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Monday, 25 May 2020

May Rudolph Days

Wow I can't believe that it's time for the Rudolph Days challenge again already. It seems to have got here very quickly. For this card I followed a tutorial over on a friends FaceBook page, It was easy to make and used a leafy stencil (free on the front of a magazine)and two Lavinia Stamps plus the Christmas stamp (which also came from a free set on a magazine sometime ago). The berries where coloured with a red pen and then I popped glossy accents over the top to give them a shine.


I now have four of these cards to pop into my box for Christmas, which is rushing towards us.


Thank you for taking the time to look and your kind comments which are always appreciated.

Take care and stay safe
Sue

20 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

This is so beautiful and love the most gorgeous colours.
The lavinia stamps look great on here Sue. x

Aquarius said...

Great effect here with the leafy stencil and the vibrant berries. Here's hoping Christmas won't be cancelled this year!!

brenda said...

These are so very elegant Sue and how well the soft stencilling words in the background.

B x

cotnob said...

A beautiful set of cards Sue, you have created a lovely image and your CAS design is the perfect way to display it.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Crafting Queen said...

Love this card, very elegant.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Beautiful set of cards for the holidays.

Jenny L said...

Hi Sue,
Happy Rudolf Days.
Oh I love your wonderful design it's gorgeous.
The gold matt works so well with your lovely stamped and stencilled design.
Great colouring also.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

scrappymo! said...

Love this card, Sue. It is stunning. The use of the shadowed stencil behind the images looks wonderful/. Of course the mirri card looks good...is it a sateen look?
Hope you are both well. We are doing good here. Al has been busy enlarging our cement patio area by adding a bricked edging to it ?He had to remove some of the river rock we had previously put down around the big planters, so it has been a lot of heavy work. His new work gains some extra space to the usable area of the patio. Perhaps enough to add a hot tub!!!

Thanks for taking part in the May Rudolph Days Challenge.

Liz said...

Wonderful cards, Sue. I love how you've used the stamps and stencil. xx

Jules said...

Hi Sue

Such a beautiful design .... ... I love it!!

Love how you have built all the different layers up. Simply gorgeous!!

Love Jules xx

Mrs A. said...

Oh goodness me no. I learnt my lesson when those wretched penguins turned up last Christmas. Now that just made me think. would rather be putting up with penguins than this rotten virus!!! How the world changes in such a short space of time. I love these cards that you have created. Hugs Mrs A.

Valerija said...

Such a wonderful image and super Christmas cards.
Valerija xx

Carol said...

I love this card, Sue. So striking.
Carol
xx

linda said...

A beautiful christmas card! I love the layers, starting with the soft grey and ending with the bright pop of red berries! The gold frame is so elegant and ooh, look at that textured paper! Love it. Thank you so much for playing along with the Rudolph Days Challenge.
Linda, DT

Darnell said...

This is excellent inspiration for what enormous impact a simple stenciling behind a main image can add to a design! Thank you, Sue! It's really stunning with the shiny gold mat!! Keep well! Hugs, Darnell

Janice said...

Super cards Sue, such a lovely way to combine the stencil and stamps.
Janice x

Sarn said...

I spy the wonderful Eileen's inspiration for this card Sue! It's a really lovely gorgeous Christmas card and I love the colours you've used.

Have a good weekend.

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Karen Dunleavey said...

Hi Sue

Lovely to talk to you again. Lovely card as always x

Mrs A. said...

These do look classy . Spending as much time as possible out in the garden. Hugs Mrs A.

rachel said...

These are super stylsh Sue - really very pretty! Huge hugs rachel xx