Thanks to Linda for sending me some images as this is not really my normal style of card.
I dug out an ancient piece of patterned paper for the background and made sure that I coloured in the image to match accordingly.
I made it more "Christmassy" by sticking some felt snowflakes over the top and then stickled them to make them glitter. I also glittered on the patterned paper on top of the stars to pull the card together.
I then stamped out my Christmouse message using my PSX Playful alphabet stamps - I have several sets of small alphabet stamps. I still consider them to be an essential part of my scrapbooking/ cardmaking tools, even though I don't use them nearly as often as I used to. Great to get out these things from time to time and dust them off!
I then "enamelled" the outline of the flower using the Ranger white enamel accents. It was my first time using these - they add a considerable dimension to the card, and hopefully look like snow! The liquid flowed out of the nozzle faster than I thought it would, so I would recommend caution if using them for the first time. Hope you join us in the challenge, and have lots of fun playing along!
Patterned paper: Colorbok Starry Sky
Ranger white enamel accents
Make It Yourself Furry white snowflakes
PSX Alphabet stamps - Playful