Monday, 25 September 2017

Rudolph Days Challenge

This is my make for the September Rudolph Day's Challenge

I started with a red card blank and then added a rectangle of green then red card to form layers as shown.  On the red layer I stamped the Tree stamp from the Woodware stamp set I used recently for a set of ATCs.

This holiday card is the third of four cards using this stamp set and scraps from my stash. I also stamped the Tree stamp on a scrap of green and cut out the Tree and triangles to paper piece them onto the red card.

Finally I added some pearls and 'Merry Christmas' - an LC Designs stamp on green and red punched squares.

Happy Crafting!


  1. I think I need my colour adjusted on my computer as your card is coming up as a gorgeous hot pink and aqua, and I love it! Wonderful Christmas card, Susan.

    Thanks for taking part in the September Rudolph Days Challenge.

    1. Just looked at this post on my phone rather than the computer- my card DOES look fluorescent pink!!

  2. You were quick off the mark with your card Sue, I'm only just sorting myself out after our busy weekend. I love the card and stamps you've used, but have to agree with Maureen the colour looks very pink.

    Sue xx

    1. Didn't we have a good time?
      It is actually Christmas red and green...I think maybe my phone adjusts the lighting when I take a photo when it's relatively dark.

  3. Love the stitched look.
    thanks for sharing.

  4. Oooo what a stunning colour combo and Happy Belated Rudolph Days, so sorry for the late commenting, Luv Sam x


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