Monday, 26 September 2016

Rudolph Day - September

Well here we are at Rudolph Day again, and I dont want to frighten you but there's only another two before Christmas! For my card I used the faux vellum technique from Inkylicious.

 

I had seen a few of these in blogland so went to their website to see how to make it and found instructions,but they also sold a kit to make them which just happened to fall into my basket! This was the first one I made and I was really quite pleased with the result.  the second one wasn't quite so succesful, as I tried to make a landscape not quite A5 card with the offcuts. All ws going well till I smudged the white ink, which I couldn't disguise. So at the moment the bauble has been cut out and is waiting for me to be inspired, as to how to use it! I'm also entering this into Make My Monday challenge which is "No Patterned Paper"

19 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful! I'm going to have to have a look at the inkylicious site now, I feel strong sense of NEED
    Jane

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  2. Hi Sue,
    what an excellent and gorgeous card.
    I too love these designs, and have been wanting one of those kits.
    Thanks for joining the Rudolf Challenge with this.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. GD

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  3. This is totally fabulous, a really lovely image and a super CAS card.

    Kath x

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  4. This is stunning Sue. I love it. Barbxx

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  5. This is a stunning card and an amazing design. Wish I could enlarge it to see it up closer. I love Inkylicious stamps and bought a couple at the craft fair I went to a few weeks ago. Hugs, Carol S.xx

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  6. This bauble looks great in white with the kraft card in the background Sue and I love that cute little house with the trees and falling snow within the bauble, just so pretty. Thank you for joining us for the September Rudolph Days Challenge. x

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  7. I love this technique and did have a practice but never made it to a card, I really want to try this now I have seen your brilliant card.

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  8. This is just stunning..

    Hugs Babs x

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  9. This is gorgeous Sue. I'm a great fan of this technique and you've done a wonderful job here. I just love Kraft card and white ink as it makes the image stand out so beautifully. Great job, Sandra X

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  10. Gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing with Make My Monday.

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  11. Beautiful! I have the stencil and ink but not used it so far , your card is fabulous, especially for a first attempt.

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  12. I really like this technique as well and your card is a beautiful example.
    Jean x

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  13. This is so stunning. I love the image within the bauble and I love the look you have achieved with the falling snow.

    Thanks for taking part in the September Rudolph Days Challenge.h

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  14. Wow, I truly love this card. It is so stunning and really grabs your eye. Soft image with the use of vellum and I love the kraft paper. Great card.

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  15. Wow, this is beautiful!!! Thanks for joining us at Make My Monday.

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  16. This is GORGEOUS, Sue! I want to try this! WOW!

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  17. This is really cool! I saw the technique demonstrated on the telly and you have achieved an amazing result! xxx

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  18. Gorgeous Sue, you sent me scurrying to look for this technique... very interning have items I could use for this! So don't need to buy which is plus! Shaz in Oz.x

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  19. Oh Sue this is so pretty!! Seriously, the monochromatic design is so serene and beautiful. It looks like one of my vintage ornaments and I love it.. This card is fabulous. WOW thank you for joining us MMM it has been a pleasure.
    Cyber Hugs,
    Shawna DT

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