Friday, 31 October 2014

October Blog Hop

Hi there!! It's Lexa here..welcome to another fun Lawnscaping Challenge FIT blog hop. It's end of October already..time flies.

This October blog hop is sponsored by Spectrum Noir. And we are inspired by REDS and GREENS. 
When I heard those colors combination, first come in mind is Christmas!!  Yeayyy! The happiest holiday for me. 


Here is my very first Christmas card I've made this year. He he. Usually I make ones from mid of year, around July or August except this year.. :)



I turned the gnome from Lawn Fawn into a santa clause, it's so fun and I lovethe result. Oh and don't forget the candy cane from Sweet Christmas stamp set. 

I free draw the white line on the Santa's clothes using Ranger white gel pen. And some clear Wink of Stella for some sparkly details. 



I die cut the Doodlebug white glitter paper as stitched hill & forest border. And it's sparkling....I love it! 

Hope you enjoy the hop, don't forget to leave this awesome DTs some sweet comments for a chance winning TWO SETS of Spectrum Noir's markers!

In case you're lost, I'll give you all the links to the hops.

Tracy G : http://www.tracymae.com/
Sabine : http://sweet-buttons-and-tiny-bows.blogspot.co.at/
Isha : http://hobbyandideas.blospot.ch/
Kari : http://www.kwcarddesign.com/
Lenny : http://getinspiredandbecreative.blogspot.com/
Samantha C : http://www.samanthacasey.blogspot.com/
Roxanne : http://projectorganizedchaos.blogspot.com/
Lexa : http://rainbowjellomakesmehappy.blogspot.com/
Marina : http://www.polishandcraft.com/




26 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, your santa gnome is too cute! Love that glitter paper:)

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  2. Like the Santa with multiple Tags Tag w/ sparkle.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  3. Cute i really like the sparkle :)
    Kate xx

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  4. This is way toooo cute! Your design and coloring are perfect! Pinning!

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  5. Cuuute Santa and the sparkly snow is so Christmassy, love this :)

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  6. Super, super fun!!! Love how you turned the little gnome into Santa!!
    Love the sparkle too!

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  7. Super cute! LOVE how you turned the gnome into Santa Claus hehe :)

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  8. LF and SN = a wonderful pairing - and you've certainly made this clearly evident in your sweet card! Your "Santa" scene is darling! I don't have any SN markers or pencils yet, but I'm "this close" to investing; after seeing your card, though, I think 'going shopping' is in order...
    ~c

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  9. This is way too cute, I love the glittery background with the little pine trees!

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  10. So cute!!! Love all of the glitter. TFS

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  11. OMG~ This card is super cute! Love all the sparkle!!

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  12. A gnome becomes Santa Claus? How cute is that?

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  13. Your card made me smile, so cute!

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  14. I Really really love this card. Super adorable. Thanks for the inspirations

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  15. Oh this is so, so, so cute! Love the sparkly paper! Love it!

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  16. Love all the sparkles and the Santa gnome, he's so cute!

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  17. omg soooooooo adorable!!! great job!

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  18. What a cute idea for a tag! Love the glittery Santa!

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  19. I saw this guy over on instagram earlier, and thought, I MUST FIND IT! So glad I found it on the blog hop ;)

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  20. Love how you transformed him into a Santa!

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  21. Ho Ho Ho what a CUTE Santa. Thanks for sharing your wonderful card.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot
    dmcardmaker {at}{AOL}{dot}{COM}

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  22. your tag is absolutely amazing, I love the sparkle!!!

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  23. This is gorgeous! Love all that glitter (glitterholic here!!)

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  24. Wow, simply wow, love all the wonderful details.

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  25. Sparkly and sweet, a really fun tag. The notebook paper is a great detail!
    Ps: wanted to let you know you've got word verification turned on, in case it's not intentional.

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