Saturday 23 February 2013


CAS card using a piece of Teresa Collins Christmas home background paper and PB caroling penguins stamped with memento tuxedo black, coloured with copics. Flowers were white, coloured with copic pen so that they matched the hats. 'Harmony' was generated on my dymo letratag. This is another card for my CHNC challenge 113: one word is sufficient.

I used Hayley's sketch for Sunday stamps 36:

The blue border isn't part of the card!

This is also for:

Sunday's with Santa facebook week 6: birds
Alota 101: multiples of 3 - three penguins, three flowers
Mayzy art 11: music
Mad for markers: movies - Happy Feet
Amusing challenges (stamped blessings): colour: red, white, black
Playpus creek 26: black, white and one other colour
Clearlyistamp 69: black and white with a pop of colour
Sweet stamps 105: sweet & simple


  1. Cute image! I love how you coloured the flowers so that they'd match. Thanks for playing along with us this week over at Sunday Stamps!

  2. Love those penguins. Thanks for joining us at Sweet Stamps with your adorable card.

  3. Gorgeous card Hazel. I love your image and the background paper you used. Thank you for joining us over at Mad for Markers.

  4. I would have never thought to use that paper with a Christmas card but it works and I love it!! cute image...great one word. I wish I could work on Christmas cards more but everything else seems to get in the way....just had Valentine's and now St. Patrick's and Easter. How do you do it!?
    Thanks for playing with us at Clearly Inspired Challenges. Hope to see you March 8 when the new challenge is posted. Until then Happy Craftin!

  5. These little guys are adorable. What a sweet little Christmas card! Thank you for joining in the fun at Sunday Stamps, hope to see you back again soon :)

  6. This card is so cute with those pretty penguins...Love it! Thanks for joining us at MayzyArt this week. God bless!

    JO ANN

  7. very cute card! these penguins are adorable! thanks for making me smile!
    :) Marie


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