Thursday, 26 September 2019

Rudolph Day - September

Hello Everyone

This has to be a super quick post today as the computer is still acting up. It looks like it needs a bit of TLC so will taking it to an IT expert tomorrow in the hope that it's fixable. In the meantime I have this month's Rudolph Day card challenge at ScrappyMo's Scraps of Life to share with you.

Once again, apart from the base, all supplies are from my stash.

Supplies used:
- white 5"x 7" card blank
- cardstock; orange/red satin finish card; snippets of white card for greeting, flowers and leaves
- embossing folder: Sizzix Hero Arts 'Christmas Words
- die: Scandinavian Christmas 'Merry Christmas' wreath from Crafters Companion's Signature Collection
- inks: ColorBox 'Frosty White' & 'Green'; Memento 'Rhubarb Stalk'
- stamps; Christmas Stamps set from PaperCrafter Issue 13
- yellow enamel dots 

Oh dear, the fan is making too much noise so I better not stay on much longer.

Take care and have a great day.


Jenny L said...

Hi Elizabeth,
Happy Rudolf Days.
what a very wonderful card and such a fab design too.
Love the embossing and the beautiful wreath and poinsettias.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

Sandra H said...

So pretty Elizabeth is your card love the red embossed folder and your poinsettias xx

Catriona said...

Love the simlicity of the card. Did you sand the embossing-like the effect.

cuilliesocks said...

Lovely card Elizabeth, super in festive red, Kate x

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A beautiful card Elizabeth, I love the embossing folder you've used.
Thanks for joining in with the Rudolph Days Challenge this month.
Sue DT x

Rita said...

Hello Elizabeth. I meant to be in touch before now but have had a busy few weeks. Love your very festive card, The flowers looks so pretty too. Guess what I bought a table runner kit to quilt for Christmas so may need your help if I get stuck. Hugs Rita xxx

scrappymo! said...

Hi Elizabeth! Your card today is so pretty. I am loving the Christmas word embossed background with the stark pop of white with the wreath!

Your poinsettias look really pretty here. too.

Thanks for taking part in the September Rudolph Days Challenge.