Saturday, July 19, 2014

Seahorse Christmas

Christmas with a seahorse,  how exciting that would be, here is my rendition of how it might look like :O)!
Doodle Pantry is the proud sponsor of the challenge at 'Send a Smile 4 Kids' and the Challenge is 'Christmas in July' .

Isn't he a marveLlous creature, he/she can be found at the Doodle Pantry shop (see here).

I merged the Santa Hat  from Doodle Pantry's ' Christmas Accessories'  stamp set) with the seahorse in Paint Net to create a seahorse with a Santa hat. (he does not come with a Santa hat). Coloured him with Prismacolor Markers and   added Stickles to his hat trim.

Card Recipe       6 1/5 x 5 inch card base
Stamp - Doodle Pantry digital stamp 'Carousel Horse'
Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug 'Spots and Dots'
Card Stock: Stampin' Up
Markers: Prismacolor
Die cut  -Spellbinders 'Resplendent Rectangles', Elizabeth Dies -'745 Merry Christmas'; Cherry Lynn Designs- 'B148 Holly Flourish', Cherry Lynn                                                                                                Poinsettia

Have a great day!


  1. Fabulous image and colours Glenda.
    Hope you are having a lovely weekend x

  2. Tooo cute! Any child will love getting this card.

  3. This is just gorgeous,fab image and

  4. Glenda this is gorgeously designed and I just adore the ornate frame.
    {Would love you to visit my blog and join my 900 Follower Give-Away. Thank you so much, if you have already entered, and good luck.}
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

  5. This is gorgeous....Looks like it is intrenched in seaweed. Love love !

  6. Awww...this is so darn cute. He is going to bring a smile when opened!

  7. Love, love, LOVE how you turned that sweet seahorse into a Christmas card, Glenda! Fab colors with the traditional red and green against the darker blue background. Lovely touch of blue on the seahorse, too. :-D

  8. Beautiful rich colors. I love it Glenda...Hugs, joann sassy raggedy

  9. very different Christmas card but love it,beautifully coloured seahorse and love the die-cut frame
    Carol x