The challenge at Make My Monday this fortnight, chosen by Sue is Winter,(wherever you are)
Having moved from a rural setting last year I chose to depict a view similar to the one from my kitchen window.Most cottages have been upgraded and extended,but little else has changed.I added the deer as the evergreens in the garden were often eaten by them when we had a lot of
snow.Digital stamp from La Pashe with a touch of watercolour to the sky and buildings.
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Your pretty card represents our Winter beautifully Meg.
A beautiful design Meg, super card. xx
This depicts such a beautiful, wintry scene. Lovely embossing and die cut details too.
A beautiful and peaceful winter scene, lovely design and great choice of embossing folder and die cuts.
Wow, Meg, I love this beautiful scene you created! I could live there, for sure! Hope you have a wonderful week!
beautiful card Meg
Stunning card Meg and I would love to live there LOL hugs Sue x
You've created such a gorgeous wintery scene here Meg! I love the added sparkle and the embossed snowflakes!!
Eine sehr schöne Winterkarte.
Danke für deine Teilnahme bei den Sweet Stampers.
this is just gorgous, wauw how wonderfully done;
Hello Meg this card is gorgeous, I love the winter scene and design, the little deer is so sweet too, Kate x
So gorgeous - LOVE that little farm cottage scene, and the "frame" you've made is just wonderful! Love all the sparkle, and that deer is beautiful! Thanks so much for playing at Sparkles!
Wow, that's a beautiful wintry scene Meg!! Always lovely to look at if you don't have to go out in it!! xx
Now that's a view I'd love to have from my kitchen window! So wintery and serene, beautiful! So glad you joined us at Creatalicious Challenges!
Beautiful Wintry scene and love the sparkle
Your scene is wonderful! I would love to have that view out my window!
That is one lovely card, Meg. A sweet scene and gorgeous embossing. Vee xx
A beautiful card Meg, such a lovely scene.
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Beautiful card and scene. My parents have a herd of wild deer that venture into their garden to prune the bushes! - rarely snow though. Emmax
A beautiful card Meg. Such a lovely peaceful scene.
A late happy New Year to you and your family.
Lovely card, Beautiful image of a rural life, I love your deer and trees to add to the winter scene
Hi Meg. A lovely card and gorgeous stamp. Beautiful desing all over...xx
Its a beautiful card and depicts winter perfectly. Must be lovely to have a view like that Meg.
Really beautiful ♥
Thanks a lot for joining us at Creatalicious! :)
Beautiful card, love the scene and the embossed detail. Anesha x
I'd love to see this view out my window as all I see is 100 tall, very tall pine trees and they are very messy!
Gorgeous scene. Love the embossed outer layer and the addition of the trees. Thank you for joining us at ABC Christmas Challenge xx Lynda/Loopyloo DT
Great scene on your card and I love the die cut deer and tree. They add wonderful texture and interest to the scene.
I love how the countryside has lots of different looks depending on the season Meg and this is a great example of a winter scene. I love the beautiful watercoloured sky and the touches of glitter. Vicky x
A fabulous winter card.
Thank you for joining us at the Sweet Stampers and i hope to see you again.
A delightful winter card! I love the image and how you framed it with the trees and deer.
This is lovely hun. I like the die cut deer. Love Dawn x
I know I've just commented on this but I've just realised you'd entered it into our Challenge. Two comments on one card. Don't tell everybody. Thanks for joining us at Sparkles Christmas Challenge. Love Dawn x
Beautiful - love the aperture in the embossing.
Thanks for joining us at the Sparkles Christmas Challenge.
Thanks for playing at the ABC Christmas Challenge!
Wonderful Christmas card. Thanks for joining us at MLCCB
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