Friday, October 29, 2010

Christmas Wishes

Hey everyone...woke up this morning and guess was cloudy out! I know you're all thinking that there's nothing new about that...and you're right, but I gotta work with what I've got! lol I was asked by someone this morning...and you know who you are...when doesn't it rain here? In the dead middle of summer when we need it of course! So I was up really late trying to finish off my newest creation. I call it Christmas Wishes because of the song that I used in the background.
Originally I was looking for Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, but apparently there is still a copy write on that song so I couldn't get it. But I figured that We wish you a Merry Christmas wouldn't be a bad least it gets the message across! I started out with my wonderful image of Rudy from the Ellephantastic shop. If you get a chance, check her out, she's got some great images...and while you're at it check out the Crafter's Digital Art'll find a whole wack load of wonderful digi's (to buy and some freebies, and some really fun challenges to get the juices flowing) and you'll meet some really great people. Anyways, to get back to the card...I found the wonderful sheet music online at They have a whole bunch of freebie sheet music to download. The paper is Cherry Cobbler and Old Olive from SU. The specialty paper used on the top and bottom of my card is by BoBunny. The green paper behind Rudy is the other side of the BoBunny holly paper. I colored Rudy in using SU water color pencil crayons and added a red nose using a red gel glitter pen I found at Micheals. All the emellishement, including the ribbon, were bought at Michaels.

Thanks for coming and visiting me here at my blog.


Shelly's Images said...

Sooo cute! And now I can see what you needed that sheet music for. :)

I love the music as the background. What a great addition!

PresentStorm said...

This is so darlin! Love that blinged up nose and the way you used the sheet music.

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