Thursday, November 15, 2018

Holiday Card 17 - O for Owl

Hi there!  It's me again!  Here's my third card as promised!  We've received a winter storm alert for tomorrow, with snow and ice pellets, so I'm sharing my cards now in case we lose our power.

Today I'm sharing another holiday card!  Inspiration has come from the alphabet prompts over at Beccy's Place - she is having her sixth annual Month of Holiday Cards Challenge. Thank you, Beccy, for the daily inspiration!  I'm jumping ahead to Day 17, which should be "O", and I went with Owl.


The cute owl image came from a holiday matching card game (Dollarama).  The patterned paper is from Basic Grey Aspen Frost 6x6 paper pad.  I used a sentiment stamp, doily die, and red snowflake sequins from my stash.

I was inspired by Sketch 539 at Sketch Saturday:


I would also like to support the following challenges:  Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper November UE; Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas AG Optional Use a Button UE; Just Keep on Creating November AG UE; Word Art Wednesday AG w Uplifting Sentiment 4/5 wk2

Thank you for looking at my card! Wishing you a joyful day!

18 comments:

cotnob said...

A super card, such a sweet owl.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Bunny said...

O is for Oh My Gosh this is cute. Love that doily, too. [Bunny]```

jimlynn said...

Hope you don't lose power tomorrow. Stay safe and warm!!
Cute card. Love the little owl and he seems perfect for that sketch.
Lynn

Liz said...

Fabulous owl card and a great take on the sketch. Fingers crossed you don't lose your power. xx

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

:D Such lovely card with this cute owl! You has been so clever using a matching card, how creative!! Adorable colours combo and that doily is just delicious! Another very well done card!!!
Take care, my friend! Sending you positive thoughts across the miles!

Beccy said...

I hope the storm isn't too bad for you Kitty, "ice pellets" sounds rather destructive. I'm guessing it's a bit like hail?
Gorgeous card, the owl you used is so cute... love his spotted pants. I also like the way you've tucked the die cut doily behind the patterned paper. Well done!
Cheers,
Beccy

Scrapper69 said...

So CUTE!!! Adorable Owl! Hope you stay safe and warm with that winter storm coming! Have a wonderful weekend!

Theresa

Barbara Godden said...

Super cute Owl card, great use of the sketch and that doily, Fabby job and great you are keeping up with the holiday challenge. We are getting snow, it's a couple of inches deep right now, it's hubby's fault he got the snow shovels out of the shed on Wednesday, salt trucks have not been out and no one remembers how to drive in snow. lol.

Suzanne H said...

I love how you see a Dollarama game and make it into such a beautiful card. Such a cute idea.

KandA said...

I'm here playing catch up and having a look at all your fabulous christmas cards. Love all the fabulous designs and this little owl is so sweet. Glad the snowflake dies have been of use.

Hope all is going well at home. Give Brian my best wishes and remember to keep laughing. Take care xx

Linda Simpson said...

So cute, love the beautiful design. Sending my best wishes to you and Brian and hope he is doing okay. Take care!
Hugs
Linda xxx

Patti said...

How sweet!! I love the face on that darling owl!

I hope your storm turned directions!! Stay warm!

Patti

Verna Angerhofer said...

Such a cute owl and all decked out for Christmas too.

Claudia Rogier said...

Awesome card. I love it. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Hazelnut Christmas Challenge

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Claudia
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Fikreta said...

Its so beautiful card!
hugs ❤

Gail said...

I like the added doily on this OWL card and I did an OWL too!

La Papera Gialla said...

Thanks for joining us at CraftyHazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge for November!
Monica - DT

suzARTe said...

Such a cute owl image on the card and I love all the elements as well.Thanks so much for sharing your creation at the

November 2018 Anything goes link-up at Just Keep On Creating.