Thursday, 9 October 2014

Cute kitty Christmas


At this rate I will have my Christmas cards done before much longer. The image is by Penny Black and coloured with watercolours. The flower was die cut using Tim Holtz Tattered Poinsettia die and embossed with Cuttlebug dot embossing  folder. 


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For though wisdom your days will be many,
and years will be added to your life.
Proverb 9:11
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12 comments:

Tamago said...

This is such a cute card! Love the flower very much!

Jacee said...

Such a lovely card, I love the image, such a cute Kitty!
hugs Jacee
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Heather said...

A fabulous Christmas card Anesha, a lovely design and papers. I love your adorable PB image and a beautiful poinsettia!!

hugs
Heather xx

Stef H said...

this is sooooo festive and i love wednesday's card too! i've been working on xmas cards. first time i'm not "in a crunch" on them and i'm having a ball.

be well.

hugs :)

Lorraine said...

This is so cute, a gorgeous Christmas card.
Lorraine x

coldwaters2 said...

Oh this is absolutely gorgeous Anesha, I love that wonderful, cute image also the lovely red papers, a superb clean and simple style card.
hugs
Lorraine x

brenda said...

I am running very late this week Anesha, but so pleased not to miss this beauty.

Thanks so much for sharing your creativity with us at Penny Black and More challenge.

B x

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Adorable kitty card, the flower looks beautiful with it. Cheers, Shirleyx

Milla said...

Gorgeous card! So elegant and fun!

Whisper said...

Aaah absolutely stunning design and layout and what an adorable image too.

Thanks for joining us at Penny Black & More this month and we would love it, if you entered our Candy giveaway too and i have some too, that you could win, Luv Sam x

Tracy said...

Aww this is gorgeous.Thanks for joining Penny Black & More challenge. Good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Beccy said...

This is so cute Anesha! The image is adorable and you've done a fantastic job with the colouring. I love the background paper and the addition of the poinsettia flower in the corner. Fabulous!
Cheers,
Beccy