Once again it is time for the Rudolph Days Challenge.
Here are the rules for your perusal:
1. The Rudolph Days Challenge will start each month on the 25th, and will close at midnight PST, on the last day of that month.
2. The theme is always Anything Goes, as long as it is Christmas.
3. One entry per person and you just need to enter one Christmas card or Christmas project.
4. You may combine your entry with other challenges (maximum of 10 in total).
5. Your card (or Christmas project) should not have been previously posted to your blog. It should be posted to your blog during the current months Rudolph Days Challenge, (between the 25th and last day of the current month)
6. Please link back to or at least mention, the Rudolph Days Challenge.
7. Please leave a comment on the challenge post.
8. The winner will be selected by random draw and announced on the first day of the following month. Prizes will be mailed anywhere in the world.
Our designers have been busy making some wonderful inspiration for you all.
First up is Linda at Snail's Space
I love the sweet image Linda used here! This Santa Hedgie has almost delivered the last of his presents. This wee Hedgie is perfect with this Ho Ho Ho sentiment. I think Linda created this snowflake background. I am going to pop over to her blog and read her post to see how she made it! I hope you will pop by her blog too and leave her some compliments!
Next up is Dr. Sonia at Cards, Crafts, Kid's Projects blog
Sonia has made this delightful accordian card. I am loving the soft, non-traditional colours and the pretty die cuts used here. Methinks I now want to make an accordian card too! I am looking forward to reading Sonia's post as she always gives such clear and easy to follow directions. Pop on over to her blog and read along. I am sure she loves comments too!
My card was made at the recent Langley Stampers Card Box outing. Per usual, I forgot to write down the names of the reindeer and wreath die cuts and the embossing folder, but I do believe the red birds are Impression Obsession. The hills are perhaps Lawn Fawn or Stampin Up...?
We cut the background hill from white glitter card and then embossed another piece of it with the birch tree folder. The reindeer is cut from a silver pearlescent card. The birds, wreath and bow were cut from snippets of green and red card. We painted over them all with Wink Of Stella.
I made a boo boo on the inside of my card. I did not press evenly with the sentiment stamp and have some lighter patches. I can not try to correct it at the moment as I am not at home. I usually take an ultrafine black copic pen and sort of place wee dots of ink along where the missing bits of lightish ink are. It seems to blend in better that way as when I just try to draw in the missing light ink, it seems to stand out too much.
The prize this month is this Memory Box, Small Pine Branch