Monday, September 16, 2019

Feed the Birds for Christmas

     I'm sharing another of my favorite images from Mo's Digital Pencil which has the sweetest little urchin feeding the birds during the cold days of Christmas.  They have a color challenge for the theme this month which includes one of my favorite color combos - purples and aquas.


I used the sketch from Sweet Sketch Wednesday.

Colored with ProMarkers
Image cut with Spellbinders die
Papers from Doodlebug
Plaid paper cut with QuicKutz dies
Snowflakes cut with AI die
Glitter added to snowflakes
White background paper textured with embossing

ABC Christmas
A Gem of a Challenge
Crafting by Designs
Crafty Creations
Crafty Hazelnut's
Cute N Crafty Christmas
House that Stamps Built (diagonal: die cut/ square card/ blue or purple)
Word Art Weds.

     Happy Crafting.  NanaConnie


Jo said...

NanaConnie that's the colours too x

jimlynn said...

Pretty color combo and I love your pretty card! Cute image and it's colored to perfection. Love it.

Lori Kobular said...

Love that color combination on your beautiful card! That image is so sweet!

Bunny said...

I love all the street urchins from Mo's. This is super cute. We feed the birds all the time. The Baltimore Orioles just came back to North Florida last week. What a thrill to see those beauties. [Bunny]``

Monica C. said...

Connie, this card is just gorgeous. I love the color combo, I will need to try it sometime. Thank you for the inspiration.
Thank you too for visiting my blog and leaving all those sweet comments. We have been RV'ing for about 3 months now.
Hugs Monica

Megan J said...

A sweet winter's Christmas card for your stash, love the colours you used. Thank you for joining us at Crafting by Designs... good luck in prize draw... Megan DT

Linda Simpson said...

You have been busy while I have been away and they all look fabulous. I love this card, the image is gorgeous. I hope you are well.
Linda xxx

Heather said...

This is beautiful!! Such a pretty image and I LOVE your color combo!! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

*Vicki* said...

Oh my your card is stunning my friend!! Really loving the color combo and that darling image for sure! The texture snowy background really adds a nice dimension as well! HUGS

Anne Buckingham said...

The urchin is darling. Love the coloring and layers of paper. Beautiful.

Esther Asbury said...

I love the colors you used on this beautiful winter card! So sweet! Thanks for playing along in the Tic Tac Toe Challenge over on THTSB!

Donna said...

Gorgeous card and coloring, glad you joined us at The House That Stamps Built!

Lindsey said...

What a gorgeous way to use the challenge colours and sketch! A perfectly sweet Christmas card. Thanks for joining us at ABC Christmas Challenge! (P.S. I think your Molly and my Duncan could be cousins! :D)

Claudia Rogier said...

Really cute card. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Hazelnut Christmas Challenge

DT Crafty Hazelnut Christmas Challenge


Hello Nana, this is a wonderful creation! I love choice of colours!
Thanks for playing at Crafty Creations Challenge.

Crafting Belle said...

Beautiful card and colour combo. Thank you for joining us for our Wk 18 'Anything Goes' Challenge at A Gem of a Challenge.

Why not join our other other challenges at Polkadoodles and Digi Choosday.

Hugs Lisa xxx

Creative world said...

Fabulous make,love the colors and design...thank you for joining us at GEM OF A CHALLENGE ,hope to see you again
Željka DT xx

Helen said...

Beautiful card!
Thanks so much for playing at the ABC Christmas Challenge!
Helen x

Grenouille Greetings said...

Another prettily coloured entry for our September challenge. Loving your paper choices! Thank you for playing along with us at Mo's

anne said...

These are some of my favourite colours too and I love your card.
Thank you for playing along with us at SSW2
Anne SSW2-DT

Suze said...

Lovely card. The colour combination looks very effective as a christmas card. Thank you for joining in at CHNC with Anything Goes Challenge and optional twist of Use some plaid, check or gingham paper. Apologies for the late comment.