Friday, 26 May 2017

Rudolph Days - May 2017

It's Rudolph Days again over at ScrappyMo's - and this is the card I made:
I used:

- 4.25" x 5.5" white card blank

- snippet of white card, trimmed to slightly smaller than the card front and set aside

- Penny Black Stickeroo from the 'nature's splendor' sheet. Stuck the stickeroo onto a snippet of white card and then die cut it using a die from the 'Stitched Squares' set of dies, made by The Works (8 dies for £6 a set!)

- then I spotted a snippet of turquoise Core'dinations card still lying on my desk from another project - which was already backed with Stick-It adhesive sheet, wahoo!

- die cut the turquoise layer using a Spellbinders die from the 'Lacey Squares' set

- worked out where I wanted the sentiment to go and stamped it onto the 'set aside' piece of white card using the Misti, Memento 'Tuxedo Black' ink and a stamp from the Inkylicious 'Seasons Greetings' sentiments set

- glued the stitched edge die cut image onto the turquoise square and then glued them onto the white panel

- backed the white panel with white fun foam and glued it onto the card front

A fast and simple card as time isn't really on my side at the moment, but I couldn't let one of my favourite challenges slip past without making a Christmas card to play along. Plus it all helps with the total I'm aiming to make this year.

You have until the end of the month to join in with Rudolph Days - go on, you know you want to :)

37 comments:

  1. Love this, Di, a beautiful scene. The turquoise framed image really stands against the white. Think I might need a trip to the Works sometime soon to see what bargain dies they have. x

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  2. This is very pretty Di and I love the stickeroo topper, and the lacey squsres die cut frame, and the bright and beautiful colours stand out really well against the white card.

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    1. Sorry Di, with my GD hat on I should have thanked you for joining in with the challenge. x

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  3. Beautiful. I love Christmas cards. The cardinal is really nice with the snow.

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  4. A lovley Card. Only yesterday I bought a pack of cirle dies from the works for £6.00 I havn't tried them yet. I hope they cut ok xxx

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  5. Another one for the Christmas box - great!

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  6. LOVE this Rudolph Day card Di. What a bit of luck to find the turquoise snippet already sorted for you. PERFICK.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  7. This card looks so lovely, Di.That is such a beautiful image on that Stickeroo.
    The blue matting and die cut mat you chose, really pop off the white background.

    Thanks for taking part in the May Rudolph Days Challenge.

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  8. So pretty. It's unexpected to see those pastels on a Christmas card, and that topper had me thinking you'd been sponging for hours.

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  9. Hello Di,

    What a lovely card. I love the pop of reds with the simple white background. So elegant looking.

    Hugs,

    Kay

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  10. Hi Di,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    what a brilliant card and such a lovely and super image.
    What a great design, and thsoe dies were a bargain.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  11. Beautiful card, there was me thinking you'd spend ages getting that beautiful colour blend and then you revealed your secret! Still looks stunning.

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  12. A beautiful card Di, I love the colours in the Stickeroo image and the blue frame looks lovely.
    Jean x

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  13. Love that stickeroo and I see you found the dies at The Works LOL - makes a great border.

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  14. so beautiful, I love your scene.

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  15. Amazing scene, so sweet, and love the turquoise scallop frame!

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  16. This is a super card Di, love the PB stickeroo, a really great make.

    Kath x

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  17. A beautiful card, its a lovely little scene ( Think I have that image as a stamp ? )

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  18. Love your pretty card, the turquoise pops! No idea what a stickeroo is, I obviously need to get out more! Xxx

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  19. You are the best Stickeroo Designer in the Universe, Di! Seriously, Penny should hire you to market them!! This is seriously pretty and delicate and lovely!! Hope your back is better! Hugs, Darnell

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  20. So beautiful Di!! Love the frame you've used around that gorgeous main panel. xx

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  21. Quick and simple can also be stylish and this certainly is. I love that main panel. The colours are gorgeous. Xx

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  22. Oh Di, I really love this card, well done, you remind me ( I already had it on my list I need a card fir Mos challenge. No ideas but have need of masking and stamping I think... mm we'll see what happens.
    Have two oxides only but oh are they gorgeous. When off my buying ban will get some more. Teeth and house bills draining budget fur unnecessary items at minute. Hope you're well. I've been very busy not time to pop around much but just sight up on your blog, like to gave a good look around.
    Hugs and prayers Shaz.xxxxxxx

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  23. gorgeous card !
    have a nice day

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  24. Another beautiful card Di. I love that sentiment stamp. Kate x

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  25. Oooh Di! That is gorgeous! You know I am a sucker for anything with a bird on it! LOVE it... off to look on the works website for stitched square dies - thanks for the tip off xxx

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  26. Just popping my head in the door for 10 seconds Di! Gorgeous card - need to get those dies. Were in your part of the world last week - came home now away again tomorrow - Cornwall, then Devon!!! Hope all Ok with you and himself (and of course Parnsip) and I am MISSING BLOGLAND!!! xxxx

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  27. What a really pretty card for Christmas, I like it! And quick is always good!

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  28. A very pretty Christmas card Di, I love the colour blue you have used. Something different from the traditional colours.
    Janice x

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  29. Beautiful card, Di. The Stickeroo topper is very pretty and looks great cut with a stitch die too. The turquoise frame really compliments it too. Hugs, Elizabeth xx

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  30. I love this card Di, the scene is so peaceful and reminds me of dusk after it has snowed a foot or so and you can see the silhouettes of the bare trees. It is so peaceful and serene and beautiful as is your card. Hugs, Brenda

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  31. Oooo gorgeous & what a bargain with those dies too & thanks for joining the Mays Rudolphs Day Challenge, luv Sam x

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  32. Beautiful card, the stickeroo is gorgeous! I found some dies in the works, so inexpensive and work well! xxx

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  33. Beautiful Christmas card, love your take on the theme x Amanda

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  34. This is lovely with that stunning background. I love the frame you used as well. Your Christmas stash is growing.

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  35. Pretty card Di, the turquoise frame really sets it off.

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