Thursday, December 6, 2012

Christmas Memories

I love the image on this card as it reminds me of my two children many, many, years ago.  Although we didn't have a fireplace mantel to hang stockings from, my daughter would always be there to help her younger brother with all of the Christmas decorating, and their faithful sidekick, Blueberry, would always be by their side.
This is "Joy Filled Christmas" from Penny Black stamps, and the creative talents of Mo Manning.  I have colored the image with Copics, then fussy cut and mounted it on Spellbinders Label 15 mats.  The dp is from Authentique's Festive collection and the ribbon is from my stash.
Bronte and Bella's Challenge - #164 Anything Goes
Penny Black At Allsorts - December - It's Your Choice
Ladybug Crafts - Christmas or Winter
Mad For Markers Challenge - Christmas Australian Style
Natalie and Amy's Challenge - Christmas or Winter Inspired
The Pretty Little Ribbon Shop - #17 It's Christmas


  1. Wow! This is a little masterpiece Shari! Love every single detail and the sentiment is too cute!

    Thaks for joining us at Mo's Challenge this week :)

    Hugs, Franz.

  2. It's a totally delightful image Shari and like you remind me of my own children when they were young.

    Thanks so much sharing with us at Pretty Little Ribbons and Penny Black and More challenge this month.

    B x

  3. An adorable card. I love the image. It was lovely to see your card over at Mad for Markers.
    Merry Christmas

  4. a very sweet card! i love all the red and green and the quilt-like paper. thanks so much for playing along with us at penny black and more challenge this month.

  5. SWeet card such memories it brings back love it

  6. So wonderful, Shari!!
    Thanks for joining us at Pretty Little Ribbons challenge this month.

  7. Gorgeous, thank you for playing along with Natalie & Amy's Challenge xx

  8. Beautiful card, love the traditional stamp the true spirit of christmas.
    Thank you for joining the Its Your Choice challenge over at Penny Black and More @ Allsorts and good luck x Susan x