1. The Rudolph Days Challenge will start each month (January to November) 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.
9. A special draw will be held at the end of the year, in December, for all those who submitted a card or project every month that year, January to November.
First up is Dr Sonia at Cards, Crafts, and Kids Projects
Dr Sonia has made this gorgeous snowflake cascading card. It is so delicate and light looking. I love the combination of the pretty blue background for the scene, with the white and blue snowflakes. Pop on over to her blog to read how to make one yourself!
Next up is Linda at Snails Space Blog.
Linda has made this Sweet snowman card. I think is is so fun and very, very sweet! That Merry Christmas frame die is fabulous. You can pop on over to Linda's blog to read about how she made it.
Finally, My card this month is a bit of a different one for me...no DP and lots of white space! I must admit I am still cringing a bit about all the white space. I may just make up another similar card but use a light grey, quite subtle patterned DP, over the card front...
This is a 5 1/2 inch square card with an Aqua mirri Memory Box La Rue Flourish layered with two Memory Box snowflakes die cut from Heidi Swapp white glitter card. The first snowflake is completely glued down and the second is only glued down in the white area around the large Aqua jewel.. That allows it to have a bit of movement.
The sentiment was cut from the same mirri card and is a Sue Wilson, Let it Snow die.
I went around the outside edge of the card with ColorBok Prussian Blue chalk ink, then painted on some Art Glitter glue and finally sprinkled over that with some fine white glitter.
Our prizes this month are a choice of this Memory Box Evelyn Snowflake
or this Norland Cardigan Farmhouse stamp set.