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Monday, 28 January 2013

Rudolph Day Challenge





Hi All!

Woohoo! I have made my first entry for Sarn's Rudolph Day Challenge, the first of the year!

I got some lovely coloured gems and wooden snowflakes for Christmas and this is their first outing. I used a LOTV cute square and added stickles and some red cord. Papers are from Pink Petticoat. I also used a new Distress Ink Pad I got for Christmas too, it is 'Antique Linen' and is the first time I have ever used distress inks! You can't really see the result in the photo but I am really pleased with the way it turned out in RL.

As I used snippets up (red papers) I would like to enter this card in to Di's Snippet Challenge.

Another one to add to the box! This year it is my resolution to try and build up my 'pink box', the box I hold all of my cards in. Last year I had the most cards I had ever made, then sold them all on a stall so now don't have too many :-( 

I get very envious when I see other people's card stashes! I need to build mine up so hopefully you will see lots more cards from me, trying to fill up my box! What do you keep your cards in and do you have many?

Thanks for visiting

13 much appreciated comments:

Vicky said...

Beautiful and gorgeous as always hun...:o)

big hugs Vicky xx

Doreen said...

This is beautiful,lovely image and colours.xxx

ike said...

OMG how ceeeuuuuute is that ?!!! Fabulous card and I just love that image :-) xxx

Jules said...

Hi Laura

A lovely card .. .. great image and lovely use of your snippets.

Far better to have empty boxes because you have sold everything than full boxes because no-one wants them!!!! But I know what you mean. It always feels good to have a few behind you.

Have a good week.

Love Jules xx

debby4000 said...

Oh what an adorable, cute card and I absolutely love it.
luv
Debby

scrappymo! said...

Gorgeous card...love all the shimmer and the beautiful image. You have done a great job!

I know what you mean about building up your finished cards...my daughters come a raid my card box. That is of course fine with me...but with 22 birthdays in Little Miss C;s class plus a healthy group of family friend childrens birdays, my daughter needs about 60 kids birthday cards a year. Combine that with DD friends birthday as well as family on our side and her husbands side and that's another 30 or more.

Phew! I make a lot of quickie cards for the card bin...For every coloured card, i probably make a half dozen of more quick cards. I also make duplicates as i have everything out anyway...why not make 2 or 3 the same...especially on the kids ones!

Bubbles said...

Isn' it funny how the smallest addition can make a card? I love that piece of red cord - it 'ties' everything together... and the glitter :)
I've just popped over from Pixie's place to say "hello!",
TFS
Bubbles

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

What a delightful Rudolph Day card you have there Laura. Such a cute image and I like your embellishments.

Thanks for joining in. Hope your card box fills quickly!

Hugs
Sarn xxx

Di said...

Just perfect Laura - and I adore the image. As Bubbles said the red cord is a super finishing touch! Hugs, Di xx

coops said...

so gorgeous laura.fab design and i love the adorable image :D

xx coops xx

Darnell J Knauss said...

What an adorable card, Laura! Wooden snowflakes? How fab are they?!!

Tracy said...

Adorable Laura! All that sparkly is lots of fun and the cute little snowflake is the perfect winter embellie. Hugs!

Marisa said...

This image is too cute and you have coloured it fabulously. Love all the added sparkle :)

PS: Just love the picture of your kitty :)