Wednesday, 25 November 2015

The Last Rudolph day of 2015 and Merry Monday

Amazing - can you believe that it is only one month till Christmas? Are you ready - I'm very definitely not! Anyway here is this month's Rudolph Card for the challenge at ScrappyMo's.

And by a sheer fluke it also fills the bill at Merry Monday where the theme is blue, white and texture. The snow is embossing paste and there is a lot of dimensional snow underneath the houses, although it doesn't show very well in the photo. I hope the pop of red is allowed! Im also popping over to the Snippets Playground to see how the rehearsals are going! I imagine chaos is reigning there as Miss Di is not mobile enough to keep everyone in check.
 

23 comments:

  1. Love the sky and the snow is brilliant. Gorgeous card. Hugs, Carol S.xx

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  2. Hi Sue, your card is very pretty. I particularly like all the snow texture . I'm sure that lovely blue sky will be just fine. Thank you for poppy by earlier. Barbxx

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  3. Great snow effect! Brilliant card.

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  4. Fabulous card, the background is stunning and love the little image with the tad of red and black.

    Kath x

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  5. What a lovely scene! I love the pop of red. Beautiful card. xx

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  6. Love your winter scene! Great background!

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  7. I love the pop of red on your card!

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  8. Gorgeous - the red of your "one horse open sleigh" brings the whole scene to life! I've got a note for my Mum for the playground nativity play, as I'm off to Mexico for my holiday this weekend (Oh, I've just thought, isn't that where poinsettias come from? I hope they are *everywhere*!) - I'll get in touch about getting together again when I come home
    Jane

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  9. Hi Sue . . . this is a fab scenic Christmas card and well done on your double up of challenges (something I hardly ever manage!).

    Hope you manage to get on top of Christmas soon.

    HAPPY RUDOLPH DAY.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  10. Oh I adore this card Sue - and the pop of red is a perfect touch, brings it to life so well.

    Don't fret over not being ready for Christmas - I'm waaay behind on preparations and to be honest some of my happiest Christmasses have been make do and mend ones.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  11. Beautiful card and a lovely scene with the red sleigh.

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  12. Love the textured sky and the two toned Santa die cut. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday.

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  13. I can feel the whirling snow, it's a gorgeous card Sue.

    Love and hugs
    Maarit

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  14. I had to come and look at this card, as I could see it peeking when I looked at the top one.
    I love this. It is so pretty.
    Now what I want to know is if I am Joseph (so Mrs A has told me) then who is Mary? Is it you?
    Hugs
    xx

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  15. This is such a pretty winter scene, Sue! Love the snow falling and that red sleigh! Thanks for sharing this with us at Merry Monday!

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  16. Very pretty. I love how you created the snow...brilliant idea! Your dies look perfect, nestled into this pretty scene.

    Thanks for taking part in the November Rudolph Days Challenge. Good luck in the prize draws.

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  17. Lovely winter scene. Ready? Nah! Xxx

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  18. Love the little scene you created. Beautiful job.

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  19. What a gorgeous scene and a great idea to use embossing paste for the snow.

    Sue xx

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  20. Such a pretty winter scene - love the background, too! Thanks so much for playing with us at Merry Monday this week!

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  21. Perfect Christmas card...love this charming scene and the choice of making that sleigh red.

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  22. Delightful winter scene, with the paste snowfall. Well done! Also loving the snowhills with Santa & his sleigh. Great idea to have his sled a red silhouette and the deer in dark shades. Very pretty card, brilliant use of your dies & supplies. I LOVE it! TFS & Hgus

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