Christmas Shepherd

I love Christmas and feel that those who say that it’s mainly for the children are missing out!  I make lads of Christmas cards each year but I do like sending ones which have a reference to the ‘reason for the season’.

I made this Christmas card using a rubber stamped image coloured with Promarkers and a sentiment stamp from the same set.  I bought the set for last Christmas but didn’t get around to using it.  Having see the stamped results, I think I’ll be making a few of these this year.


  I am entering these challenges today:

Christmas Stampin’ All Year Long – Anything Goes
Daring Cardmakers – Clean and Simple
Fairy Tale – Clean & Simple
Frosted Designs Friday Challenge – Include Stamping
Craft for the Craic – Craft Item You Have Never Used Before
As You Like it Challenge – Favorite Season and Why
Penny’s Paper-Crafty – Christmas or Children
Simon Says Stamp –   Anything Goes
Hiding in my Craft Room –  Freestyle!
Crafting At the Weekend –  Anything Goes
Crafty Calendar – Anything Goes
Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas – show people
Leona x x


10 thoughts on “Christmas Shepherd

  1. I really like this. When I first saw it I thought it might be a Bugaboo stamp.Thanks so much for joining us at Penny’s challenge. See you Wednesday for a new challenge 🙂


  2. Absolutely lovely! Your coloring is fantastic. Thanks for sharing with us at CSAYL this week. Hope to see you playing along with us again soon!
    Tracey, DT


  3. Wow. I love purple but never think to use it for Christmas. Beautiful sentiment and image – the real reason for Christmas, I love it. Thank you for joining in our challenge over at a Craft for the Craic.


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