This is my offering for Rudolph Day, run by my lovely buddy Sarn over HERE:
- 4" x 4" square cream card blank
- backing paper from a pack I bought in New
Mexico by The Paper Studio called 'Cozy Little Christmas', cut carefully to make sure there are four squares running each way of course with the four middle ones hidden, OCD strike again!
- square of cream card
- snippet of green toning patterned card
- Scrabble letters from a free download here - in real life they do look like wood but the light here was dreadful for taking photos so they now look pink-tinged. The sheet of letters, which I just printed onto card (another time I might cover them with Glossy Accents), happily had three of each of the letters N,O,E and L - so I made three cards the same while I was at it :)
I've seen this idea in Blogland in a few places, but it was Helen over at It's All Fiddle Fart who recently reminded me in this post. Thanks Helen!
It's also for Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra for September, where it's always anything goes.
Certainly not on a roll like Mrs A, with seven cards so far, but this is also my second Frugal Christmas card for Nessa's current challenge over here.