Thursday, 25 May 2017

Rudolf Day for May

 It's time for Rudolf day (25th of every month) where lots of us make a couple of Christmas cards in readiness for the festive season. I love the fact that it gets me organised, although the last two months have been a bit of a disaster organisationally! Anyway, to make up for short falls I am posting three cards this month.
I don't know about you but I received quite a lot of monotone cards with a hint of red both last year and the year before. There were some M&S ones with the same colour tones and lots of glitter too.  I used memento grey flannel (London fog would probably have been better, but I only have a dewdrop pad that needs replacing) on my ink duster and a mountain valley stencil to create the background. I hadn't put away the Inkylicious birch trees stamps and thought they would make a great snowy woodland scene.The trees in the background are just second generation ink.I finished them with more inkylicious stamps and stickles in frosted lace and star dust. The red berries are garnet liquid pearls.
Do pop over to Mo's blog and take a look at the fabulous DT cards. I love the Rudolf Community - everyone is always so friendly!

16 comments:

  1. I love the splash of red for the berries. Hugs Mrs A.

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  2. The fabulous Christmas cards. I really like the misty morning look to these cards. The scenes you have created are wonderful. I like the pop of reds.

    Thanks for taking part in the May Rudolph Days Challenge.

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  3. Hi Sally,
    3 wonderful cards, and I love the super scenes you have created.
    Their designs are very lovely and so very gorgeous and your work is excellent.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. GD

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  4. Three fabulous winter scenes here Sally and I can almost feel the chill of that falling snow, and love the bright red berries on the last one too. Thank you for joining in with the May Rudolph Days Challenge. x

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  5. Fabulous cards Sally, I am quite a fan of the monotone cards with a touch of red as well and you have mastered the look perfectly. I love that tree stamp too.
    Jean x

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  6. Beautifully atmospheric, love the touch of red.

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  7. Oh Sally what three gorgeous cards, all beautifuly designed, love them, Kate x

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  8. Three lovely cards and great scenes on all of them and lovely designs.

    Kath x

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  9. Three Beautiful cards Sally, love the birch tree ( stamp may just jump into my basket at the Harrogate show in a couple of weeks LOL)

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  10. Gorgeous snowy scenes, love the red berries xxx

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  11. What beautiful winter scenes ❤️ And the red berries are a real pop of joy!

    Sally

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  12. These look so professional. I love the touch of red against the monochrome, and the birch tree stamp is perfect. I must look out for the garnet perfect pearls. My red ones are more pink and I don't like them much. Well done on a lovely trio. Kate x

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  13. What a peaceful woods, Sally! Each of these cards is gorgeous!

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  14. A really beautiful set of cards Sally. They really are atmospheric. Barbxx

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  15. These are all iconic and breathtaking Christmas scenes, Sally! The depth and details are simply fantastic!! Hugs, Darnell

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  16. Oh! My Goodness, these are so Beautiful, love how you have put them together, they would cost a packet for each on in M&S. LOVE them.
    Faith
    x

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