It is time for the Rudolph Days Challenge and I am looking forward to seeing all your lovely cards and Christmas projects! Don't forget to leave a comment on this post, as it comes in handy to use that to contact you if there is a problem with your Mr Linky entry. We do try to visit every entry, but sometimes we are not able to leave a comment. Some blogs seem to not allow comments for some reason.
Our designers and I have been busy creating some inspiration for you.
First up is Jenny L at Cardsarus blog. Jenny has made us two beautiful snowflake cards! The first has a a white snowflake backed with a stunning blue colour. The blue is also used for the background mat and the stamped sentiment colour. The snowflake is a lovely large one and really catches the eye!
Her second card is another version of the first but this time the blue takes center stage as both the snowflakes main colour, as well as the main colour of the accent pieces. Jenny's cards are always pretty on the inside too...if you pop over to her blog you will sxee what I mean. I hope you will leave her a comment while you are there.
Linda at Snail's Space blog. Linda has also made us two cards. These are such adorable cards with the cutest wee critters. While her darling reindeer take center stage, Linda has chosen snowflakes for her secondary theme. She and Jenny must have had snowflakes on their minds! I love the design papers that Linda has chosen and think these cards are so adorable. The sentiment looks like an Elizabeth die that I own as well. I love these slim Elizabeth dies as they are handy to tuck in when I forget to plan a space for a sentiment! I can not wait to check on Linda's blog to read how she created these cute wee critters. I hope you will pop over there too and leave her some nice comments.
Since the image was stamped onto kraft card, I was a bit stumped as to how I would create snow. I finally decided to use Stardust stickles painted on with a fine tipped artist brush. That brush allowed me to get the stickles right up to the edges of the image! I think the frame die is Tutti Designs, and I coated it with the same stickles to give that Christmas snowy, icy feeling.