Friday, December 14, 2012

Freezin' Season at Tilda's Town

I'm dreaming of a white Christmas! Seriously...where is the snow? We still don't have any signs of snow here in Chicago. But the winds are getting colder...soon enough, it's gonna be Freezin' Season!
Well, speaking of Freezin' Season... this is our theme for this week's challenge at
Tilda's Town

For my DT card, I used  Christmas Bear from the Little Christmas Collection. I colored the image with DI's. I used white acrylic paint and fine glitter for snowy effects on the edges. And I used it also on the Poinsettia and snowflakes.
DI used:
Fur: Antique Linen, Vintage Photo
Inner ear/belly/paws: Tea Dye
Scarf & Hat: Barn Door, Fired Brick, Pumice Stone
Background: Weathered Wood

Now it's your turn. Link up your Christmas creations and share it with us at Tilda’s Town Challenge for a chance to win $10 GC  at

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Thank you for dropping by my blog today!
Have a great weekend! 


  1. Wow Mae, your card is so gorgeous. Love this cute little bear and your colouring is great! Have a nice weekend! Hugs Carla.

  2. This is such a beautiful creation, Mae! Love this cute bear, colored magnificently! You always have the loveliest details on your cards....always such a pleasure to visit your site!
    Have a fabulous weekend!

  3. Fab desing Mea!!!! love this cute card and your coloring is fantastic

  4. A gorgeous card,
    HUGZ Fleur xXx

  5. Your DI coloring technique is so amazing, Mae! Beautiful Christmas card.
    Hugs, Kathya

  6. I love that gorgeous bear, so pretty, wonderful card Mae, have a very Happy Christmas
    Hugs Julie P

  7. Too cute and lovey Mae, really adorable this little bear!

    A big hug, Franz.

  8. Realy sooo cut and the coloras are so soft, wonderful Mae!



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