Thursday, December 3, 2015

CCEE1549 National Roof Over Your Head Day

To celebrate this day, Joanne, our hostess, challenged us to make a card with a house or building on it.  She said it's a day to be thankful for those of us who are fortunate enough to have a safe home to live in, and to think about those around the world who do not.



There is snow lightly sponged in blue,, and fair weather clouds at the top.

 This house has a number of stamps that go with it for other holidays.  The trick is to get them to line up...........even with my Stamp-a-majig I had trouble.  This may be the only one you will see.

Speaking of seeing.....see you next week for our last challenge for 2015.

8 comments:

Vicky Gould said...

Beautifully created...love your Victorian home!

Liz Williams said...

I love those piles of snow outside this Victorian mansion and what a glorious tree in the window.

Lynn McAuley said...

Fabulous clouds and mounds of snow with this wonderful home decked out so beautifully for the holidays!! What a great Christmas card, Anne!

Sabrina said...

What a great image, Anne. I know I have a Christmas baking magazine somewhere and it has gingerbread Victorian houses just like this - but I've never attempted one!

Ironlady said...

Fabulous winter scene that house so stylish in all that snow, it reminds me of a gingerbread house surrounded with frosting.

Joanne (jojot) said...

I can feel your 'challenge' of lining up the accessory stamps.....I can never do that right.....but I do love this image of a Victorian style mansion/house......wonderfully done

Lois said...

I have that Victorian house stamp and all the embellishments that go with it. I love your card and the layers of snow. Sorry I'm so late with this comment.

StampOwl said...

Such a wonderful Christmas card, love it