10 November 2018

Happy Winter - coloured pencil

Rollin', rollin', rollin'.... rollin' down the hillside. This happy winter House Mouse is coloured with Koh-i-Noor pencils and paired with embossing and die cuts.

Putting It Together

I love snow. Winter is coming and I couldn't be happier about it.

I coloured the happily rollin' mouse with Koh-i-Noor pencils on Mi Tientes paper.

I embossed a panel of pearled cardstock with snow flakes and a strip with Christmas lights. I added a die cut sentiment in silver and dry fit them all with the image and three snowflake dimensional stickers long retired from Micheals.

I added everything to a white card base with a top fold.

Inside, I added a sentiment from Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps



House Mouse and Friends: Show Us Some Snow
Scrapping 4 Fun: Winter
Creative Craft Cottage: Christmas is Coming
Tuesday Throwdown: Recipe - 1 image, 2 embossing folders, and a word sentiment
Penny's Paper-Crafty: Anything Goes


  1. Such a beautiful card inside and out.
    Thank you for playing with us at Scrapping4fun challenges.
    Priya DT

  2. Super adorable mousey card, great take on the option theme Snow,
    Thanks for sharing with us @ House Mouse & Friends mon chall.

    mousey hugs Christine xx

  3. What a fun card, love how you put it all together. Love that image, perfect for the Show us Some Snow Challenge. Thanks for sharing it with us at the House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge and playing along.

    Hugs, Sue


  4. Great card. Love the embossed snow flakes ❄️ And background. Thanks for joining us at Scrapping4funchallenges.

    Varsha DT

  5. This is a beautiful creation with stunning details - thank you for joining us at Penny's Paper-Crafty this week and good luck - Michelle x

  6. Beautiful card, love the coloring.
    Thank you for playing along with us this time at Scrapping4fun.
    Majda DT

  7. Lovely card,
    thank you for your entry at Scrapping4funChallenges
    Rachelle DT


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