Monday, 16 October 2017

Pink Christmas

It's time for the annual Pink Christmas challenge at Jingle Belles,  where Lauren and Stephanie donate to Breast Cancer research for every card in the gallery. And it gives me a chance to air my Funky Hands "Funky Little Christmas" download which often seems a bit TOO pink for Christmas cards. I've used one of the background papers from it for this card.

With paper as in your face as that, there's little more you can do - some die cuts, some twine and a button and the job's a good'un.

Naturally I am sharing this with Jingle Belles - Pink Christmas
and also with
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge - Stripes/anything goes
Allsorts Challenge - Think Pink  


  1. Super card, love that paper,I need to find more pink Christmas paper, gorgeous silhouette of the deer and a great design.

  2. Great card! Love that deer!
    Hugs, Liv

  3. Love card, great papers and a fabulous reindeer, like the black against the pink.
    Thank you for joining our 'Think Pink' challenge this week at Allsorts.

    Kath x

  4. A great card Jane, love the idea of a pink Christmas, it's perfect for our Think Pink theme at Allsorts challenge, many thanks for joining us.

    B x

  5. Wonderful card, loving the design!
    Thanks so much for sharing at Allsorts challenge!

  6. Beautiful pink Christmas card love the paper and the black stag really pops against all the pink
    Carol x

  7. Definitely pink, lovely Christmas card with a twist of pink, I like the deer against the pink

  8. Where did you get that fun little download ... I love it ... so glad you joined us as we celebrate a ♥Pink Christmas for the Cure!♥

  9. Super card, Jane. A pink Christmas - what a great idea!

  10. Hahahaha... I do not understand this concept "too pink" of which you speak! :) :) :) This is just so totally GLORIOUS (& wow, i love that cool texty background!) Thanks very much for helping us raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Fund at JINGLE BELLES! ♥

  11. Love this contemporary card x


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