Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Rudolph Day March 2017

Once again it is Rudolph Day over at Scrappy Mo's  so another chance to get a few Christmas cards under your belt.



Sorry about the wonky photo, they were all the same.
I bought  Frozen 6 x 6 paper pad whenever it was fashionable and used quite a few of the papers but I had quite a few sheets left and all with the little images on them.
So I decided this year they needed using up as they were now a bit out of date.
I stamped a Christmas corner die and heat embossed with either white embossing powder or 
Cosmic shimmer Graceful Mint lustre EP. and added a sentiment, which in hind-sight should have had a backing.
I made eight of these cards.

Another poor photo, sorry. I blame it on my camera, the weather, lighting, where I take my photo's but mainly I think it is my fault, just rubbish at taking photo's.

The challenge runs till the 31st of March so you still have plenty of  time to enter.
I meant to post this Tuesday
Kath x


23 comments:

  1. Super cards Kath - love the design! Ha! I take my photos of cards in the en suite mostly or lying flat on the desk, the cards not me! :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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    1. Lol - just got an image of you photographing your cards spreadeagled across your desk!

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  2. Ooooh wow Kathleen what stunning cards l love the snowman and the backgrounds and other images on the other cards but mostly the heated embossing is stunning sending lots of love x

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  3. Hi Kath,
    oh my word I love these wonderful cards and their wonderful designs.
    I just knew you would make more than one.
    That corner stamp is very super abd so pretty.
    Love the little images also as they look soooo! cute.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

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  4. All wonderful cards. I now need to go rub some cream into my stiff neck! hugs Mrs A.

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  5. A super set of Christmas card Kath, such a cute snowman and fabulous embossed corner.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  6. A wonderful set of cards Kath and I love the fabulous embossing xx

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  7. Fabulous set of cards Kath!

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  8. Lovely cards Kath, pretty papers (well done for using them up!) and the embossed corner is beautiful! (was wondering where your Rudolph Day entry had got too...now I can sleep tonight! :)
    Chris
    x

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  9. Happy Rudolph day! Congrats on using up some pretty patterned paper. These all look great to me.
    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  10. OMGosh, this paper is so precious! I just love the little images on each card and I totally love the corner you stamped and embossed! How beautiful that stamp is and works so perfectly with these papers to dress them up the rest of the way. A nice stash to add to your Christmas stash! Hugs, Brenda

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  11. Hi Kath, a gorgeous collection of cards, I always wonder what to do with some of the papers that have pictures on them, these are brilliant! I'm only good at taking lop sided picutres of my cards too. Have a wonderful week... Megan

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  12. Gorgeous card Kath, Lovely stamp.x ♥[aNNie]

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  13. Great idea to emboss the corner of the card Kath, it looks as though the snow is falling on the figures in the paper

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  14. A lovely design and well done on doing 8 - a great addition to your Christmas card stash.

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  15. If your paper pad is frozen, it's it really hard to work with, Kath? Oh, haha, I'm a hoot! Stop it! Well done you being so productive and putting us all on the naughty sloth step! These are amazing and adorable!! Hugs, Darnell xxoo

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  16. How busy you've been, Kath, all those christmas cards. You are so oragnaised. The weather has been beautiful hasn't it and yes, I have been in the garden, but like to have an hour crafting when it's too cool to be outside later on. That won't happen when summer arrives, lol!!
    Have a good week
    Hugs Lisa xx

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  17. Such pretty paper! I'd have trouble using it! It sure makes pretty cards though!

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  18. These are absolutely gorgeous Kath... love how you embossed the corner diecut... it really makes the cards special! Gorgeous papers of course, with those cute little images.

    Each time you say 'Rudolph Day', I have to put my hand up and count on my fingers which month it actually is right now!! That's age for you - not knowing which month it is, let alone which date! LOL

    Christine x

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  19. Oh my goodness...that embossed corner stamp is beautiful! I love each and every card that I can see, and I am sure the ones I cannot see are just as beautiful!

    Thanks for taking part in the March Rudolph Days Challenge.

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  20. These are beautiful Kath, a brilliant way to use those papers.
    Anne xx

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  21. love how you've stamped and embossed on the cute paper, and you're not rubbish at photos, it must be the weather coz I'm having the same trouble ;) xxx

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  22. WoW! Your steaming ahead with your Christmas cards..LOve your embossing Kath it's really pretty. Nice when you get to use your papers up too.
    Chrissyxx

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