Sonny Honeycloud Mistletoe

There’s a new challenge opening up today at Little Miss Muffet Stamps and the theme is “We Wish You a Merry Xmas!”  It’s never to early, or too late, to start working on your holiday cards so this is a challenge to get you motivated and inspired to create all those much enjoyed holiday greetings!  I’ve gone with a red and blue theme and did a little recycling on my project.  I’ll explain that a little later… but here’s my project for today…

The image is Sonny Honeycloud Mistletoe rubber stamp from Little Miss Muffet Stamps and was drawn by Pollycraft.  I think this girl would be great in many other colors too and having the mistletoe on her hat is cute and makes for a great card front!  The recycling portion on here are the snowflakes which I had used once before in the summer – they were originally in a children’s cup, the ones that have a double lining with water in between.  These were the floaters and when the cup broke, I just couldn’t toss them in the rubbish.  LOL

I’m excited when I use up all the papers in a theme for two reasons – one, I’m probably tired of the patterns by the end, and two, it feels good to know I’ve put it ALL to good use.  😀  This card is one of them and I think I’m more excited about my first reason than my second.  He he he

Thanks for dropping by and for your comments.  You can find this stamp in the LMMS Store and the challenge runs for about two weeks and is found on the LMMS Store Blog.

8 thoughts on “Sonny Honeycloud Mistletoe

  1. Lovely card Barbara. I'm guessing your thermometer is in fareinheit? If it were 20 degrees celsius that would practically be summer here in the UK lol ;)Have a great weekend.Jo xx

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