Here's my entry for October's Rudolph Day challenge, hosted by our marvellous Mo over at Scraps of Life.
Once again, this card was made from stash that was found during the big clean up. I'd already covered the front of the Kraft card with the patterned paper, details forgotten, and the bauble topper and sentiment from the much used Papermania's Henbury Lane Poinsettia kit - already decoupaged during a TV watching session. All I did before putting the card together was sponge some Tim Holtz Brushed Corduroy distress ink around the edges of the topper, and then splattered it with drops of water to 'bleach' some of the colour out, to soften the white background a little. I found some wine coloured satin ribbon and card candy that made perfect embellishments.
The card took minutes to make, the advantage of having done most of the work previously, so I made a second one.
There's only one more Rudolph Day left now and I don't have nearly enough Christmas cards made yet! Must get a scoot on over the next few weeks so don't be surprised to see a few more Christmas cards appearing in the forthcoming weeks.
Hope you were able to take advantage of the extra hour this morning. Unfortunately, my inner clock woke me up at the same time as usual so there was no lie-in for me.