Friday, October 27, 2017

Not a CREATURE was stirring

This week at Jingle Belles we're breaking out the ANIMALS.

It could be a sweet little sheep next to the manger, a cardinal in a snowy tree, or perhaps one of Santa's reindeer ... okay, or even a Monster (or a Yeti) if you're in a Halloween mood and want to stretch the theme (and your name is Lauren).

Here are our Creatures for this week.

Stephanie says, "I couldn't wait to break out my Coolest Yulest Stamp set with this adorable reindeer.  I also used a page from a tiny dictionary (with the word reindeer) that I found at a used bookstore on my recent travels.  Rudolph does have a red gem nose, although it's a bit hard to see in the picture."

Lauren says, "My name *IS* Lauren, lol, so YES... of course... I've got MONSTAS! :) :) :) These guys are sporting some pretty fab accessories, too! all of which are Eyelet Outlet brads. I managed to work in quite a few styles, including Santa Hats, Elf Hats, Mittens, Antlers, Holly and a Candy Cane, woohoo!"

We can't wait to see the entire herd & gaggle of creatures and critters in the gallery.

Link up here by 6pm (EST) on Wednesday, November 8th. Keyword for galleries and Jingle Belles Flickr Gallery is JB:17:22. 


Nancy Soetaert said...

Great cards!

Marianne said...

I may have to go and buy the adorable reindeer that Stephanie is using, and Lauren's monstas are fun as always. I think I have some NBUS santa hat brads in my drawer.

Tammy said...

Two fabulous cards! I love the dictionary page and the monsters are so cute!
Tammy x

Darnell said...

That's a hoot, Lauren! If we can use non-traditional colors on our Christmas cards, why not non-traditional critters?? And I love your "reindeer" dictionary page background idea, Stef! Thank you for another fun challenge!! Hugs, Darnell

Sybrina K said...

Another great challenge and two more fab cards! Gotta say that monster card is too fun... and my Christmas card stash is getting bigger and bigger. :)

Inkyfingers said...


I'm sorry but I added my card #30 in error. Could you please remove it?