Please have a quick peek at the rules before you play.
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 Jenny from Cardsarus blog.
Jenny has made us this lovely vision in blues. The image of the children playing in the snow made my smile and think of my grankids! The blue circular mat and stitched corner triangles look to have a lovely shimmer!
I feel honoured that Jenny had time to make a card as she has been so busy caring for her husband who was recently in hospital. With her care, hopefully he will be on the mend.
Pop on over to jenny's blog to see full views of this pretty card.
Sam at Whispers Cards has two cards for us this month. The first is this adorable snowman card. This little fellows are so sweet and their clothing is coloured so nicely. Perfect with that gorgeous DP.
Sam's second card is a fabulous blue and white sweetie.Those penguins are so sweet and I am in love with that penny Black Let It Snow diecut. If you pop on over to Sam's blog, you can read all about just how she made this stunning card.
My card is another snippets one. The card base is Hunky Dory and I am not sure what they call this fold. The SE gold star DP is left over from a scrapbook page and the red glitter card for the mat and the sentiment are from my scraps files.
The image is from a bag of used cards my friend gave me. They are all from the 1950's. I cut it down into a topper and it was fun to plan a card around it.
The sentiment is a die cut from the Sue Wilson Festive collection. I placed it right over that pretty DP. I plan to write a quick note on the right side flap, and sign there too.
When you make a card of this design, do you add a velcro button closure? or ...? It is hard to photograph without it!
Our prizes this month are a choice of this Memory Box Winsome Snowflake Collage die
or this Newtons Nook, All Aboard for Christmas Stamp.