Tuesday, 8 November 2016

LS Building Snowman in the Snow

Hello! Today is the start of challenge #28 at Lemon Shortbread Challenge Blog. The theme is Anything Goes. I've created a Christmas Shaker card as inspiration for this new challenge. I've used a Lemon Shortbread's digital stamp called Building Snowman.

I've coloured using Spectrum Nior Markers and Rembrandt Aquarell Pencils. I've made a shaker card with white and clear sequins to represent snow. In the background I've added some sequins to coloured paper. I've cut up some Xcut Woodland Flourish die cuts as embellishments. The sentiment is from Desert Diva Blog.

I'm going to be adding this card to the Lemon Shortbread Facebook Group. It would be lovely if you add any creations you have made using Lemon Shortbread images to this group for us all to see.

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges 

I'd like to thank you for stopping by my blog today.


  1. Gorgeous shaker card Victoria. Lovely cute image and great colouring. Thank you for joining us at Unicorn and we hope you will come back again soon. Jennifer Dt member x

  2. Such pretty colours and design!
    Thank you for joining us at The Pencil Case! Jane (DT) xxx

  3. An adorable shaker card thank you so much for taking the time to join in with us over at The Pencil Case.

  4. Thanks for entering your lovely crafting for CHNC challenge 306 – you could also enter this into my CHNC challenge extra for November - I'd love to see it there too x

  5. Thank you for Joining us at our Anything Jo's Challenge over at Jo's Scrap Shack, your card is stunning.

    DT Jo's Scrap Shack

  6. Oh WOW, love this! Very bright and cheerful!!!

    I'm a fellow stamper who makes blank general and thank you pet themed handmade cards and donates them to animal shelters and rescue groups for them to write messages of gratitude. I've recently started a new blog for this purpose, Sending Paw Prints. If you have a stash of pet themed cards you'd like to donate or are interested in making pet themed cards to donate I hope you will visit Sending Paw Prints!


    Thank you!
    Karen Howard