Saturday, 25 May 2019

Rudolph Day Card for May - Little Robin

Happy Rudolph Day

And happy Saturday to you all. It's raining here so no gardening for me today. Instead, it's been the perfect day for staying in and making this month's Rudolph Day card for Maureen's challenge over on Scraps of Life by Scrappymo.
This entire card is made from snippets and leftovers - my self-imposed challenge for this year is to use up as many scraps as possible. A few weeks ago I test stamped the  robin on a branch on to a tiny off-cut of white cardstock but then it didn't get used. Now it's been water-coloured and cut out - painstakingly, I should add - and it's made a lovely little topper for this card. The greeting was cut twice from scraps of red card and layered up to create more dimension.

That's all from me today - short and sweet.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend.


cuilliesocks said...

Just lovely Elizabeth, can't go wrong with robins on Christmas cards. Beautifully designed and coloured.
Lovely to meet with you and Alan, now back home for a rest,Kate x x

Sandra H said...

Oh this is gorgeous Elizabeth anything to do with robins l just love gorgeous layout too x

Mrs A. said...

Your Robin was well worth the careful snippity snipping. You have made a lovely card here. Hugs Mrs A.

Rita said...

Wonderfulcard Elizabeth. Love Robins at Christmas time. Speak Soon. Hugs Rita xxx

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

I love to see a robin on a Christmas card, there's just something about them. This one is gorgeous.
Thanks for joining in the Rudolph Days challenge this month.

Sue xx

Kathleen said...

This is so cute, a really lvoely card and just love that robin.

Kath x

scrappymo! said...

This card is so lovely, Elizabeth. The pops of red look fabulous and your wee robin is so sweet. Well worth the fussy cutting!

Thanks for taking part in the May Rudolph Days Challenge.