Saturday, 26 November 2016

Winter for Rudolph Day

I started making this card a couple of weeks ago for another challenge, but went down with a streaming cold, so it didn't get finished for a while. Of course by the time I did finish it the challenge was long closed!  But it is perfect for Scrappymo's Rudolph Day.

The stamp is from  Inkylicious, stamped in Island Indigo. Some sponging for the sky and fluffy stuff added for texture. The snow is Nuvo Glossy White crystal drops.


  1. Absolutely beautiful, so serene and peaceful. I appear to have lost a jar of fluffy stuff so I'll not be CASE-ing it!

  2. This is absolutely beautiful Sue and you've used one of my favourite stamps too. The texture that you've added looks amazing and I love the effect of falling snow. Happy crafting, Sandra x

  3. Hi Sue,
    what a wonderful card, and such a great design.
    Love the wonderful scene you have created.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. GD

  4. Beautiful card,love the frame round the scene

  5. What a beautiful card. Great design and lovely winter scene with the added snow. Thanks for joining us at the Rudolph Days challenge xx

  6. Such a gorgeous card with a beautiful scene! Love the snow! xxx

  7. A very pretty scene Sue and love the dimensional snow, and embellished with that beautiful colour ribbon and a great sentiment. Thank you for joining in with the November Rudolph Days Challenge. x

  8. Hi Sue.
    Wonderful card, lovely stamp, so glad you're over your cold too.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Shaz in Oz.x

    {Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

  9. Glad to hear that you are over the cold. It is a terribly busy time of year to be ill.

    Your card is ovey. that is a wonderful image and your ribbon trim and bow look so pretty here. The snow looks great. I have been trying different methods of making snow on cards this year. Yours has so much texture!

    Thanks for taking part in the November Rudolph Days Challenge.


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