PD Christmas Decoration

It is everyone's favorite day of the week! 

Don't forget to visit the Digi Choosday Challenge blog and grab the code for some amazing discounts today.  And while you are there enter our challenge.  Couldn't be any easier, it is always Anything Goes".

 My teamies and I were challenged this week with
 "Christmas/White on white with a touch of color"
A touch of color?  Oh my...what a challenge.  When I pick up my Copics, I love laying down color.  So what did I do?  Picked a snowman and that went over all my colors with a colorless blender to lighten everything up. 

This week I picked an image from Winnie a White Christmas download collection.  I also used elements from Festive Christmas and Winnie Winterland Collections.  Using Ultimate smooth 160gsm paper because it was the whitest paper I could find in my stash. With all this lushness I created a festive wall plaque.


The collections at Polkadoodles contain everything you need to create the perfect card.
Need a quick card for an unexpected occasion?  There are pre colored images or wonderful design sheets that take the guessing out of creating.  On many of the collections you can forget about your scissors if you have a cutting machine, 

because included are cutting files.

Want to spend more time creating?  Than choose one of the b/w images and color it up with one of your own coloring mediums.

Thank you for visiting today.  Know that all your comments are read and greatly appreciated.
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Jane Proffitt


  1. This is stunning,Jane,would love to have the same one in my craft room xx

  2. Such a festive decor idea! That little deer makes me smile!

  3. Fantastic! Wonderful piece of home décor and I do love that Rudolph! xxx

  4. Love this and beautiful colouring x

  5. wow beautiful wall plaque. Brilliant idea. Love it