Friday, 27 February 2015

Rudolph Day - February 2015

Well that came round fast, it's Rudolph Day again over at Scrappy Mo's. All you need to do is to make a Christmas card and link into Mo's blog HERE to be in with a chance of winning a really lovely Memory Box die. And this month you only have until tomorrow (Saturday) to join in as it's a 28 day month!
I used:

- 4" x 4" white linen effect card blank

- red tartan paper from LOTV's 'Classic Christmas' paper pad

- snippet of white linen card topped with snippet of green plain paper from the LOTV paper pad

- then on top I just added a pre-made little Scottie dog felt topper with sticky pads (bought just after Christmas in Hobbycraft, their own brand)

I made four cards in total, two with red Scotties on and two with white Scotties on, I changed the backing to red for those, although all four card do have the lovely red tartan paper as the main background. And, as the LOTV paper pad is 8" x 8", I got four cards from one sheet too :)

But, although fine in daylight, when I've taken photos of the cards with the white doggies on you can see the shading of the sticky fixers I used - rather like little sets of underwear - through the felt :) Still, they look OK to the naked (no pun intended!) eye, it's just the camera that's acting like an x-ray machine - so that's another four cards added to the total of 2015's Christmas cards.

And, I'd also like to enter this card into Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge, where this week's theme is 'Feature a Creature' - as well as Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra for February, where it's always 'Anything Goes'.

Di
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31 comments:

  1. Love that little Scottie -- he's so cute. Of course you used tartan with him.

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  2. OMG, that scottie is adorable!!! The gorgeous plaid paper sealed the deal for me! I love this one Di!

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  3. oh love Scotties - great card.
    Ann xxx

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  4. Wonderful card...and perfect for a dog lover. I have friends that love dogs and had not thought how much they would enjoy a card like this. Thanks for that wee reminder!

    You are very industrious...4 cards...Wow!

    Thanks fortaking part in the February Rudolph DAys Challenge. Good luck in the draw...and thanks for all the info abou the Random org. I did have the info on their home page but thought it was something that I had to set up on my post itself...like a type of widget. I understand what I need to do and perhaps it will even let me take a photo of the winner and then i will stick that on the winner announcement. Time to sort out the other way before next month!!!

    Our company leaves in the morning and I am looking forward to having my craft room to myself for the future!

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  5. love scottie dogs, and the fab Designer paper, I x-stitched a Scottie many years ago for my Gran.

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  6. This Scottie is a wee cutie Di and the tartan paper is gorgeous! I will be looking for this as red tartan is my absolute favourite. x

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  7. Love your adorable card, Di. The Scottie is so cute! xxx

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  8. This is precious! Love that adorable Scottie!

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  9. Super card Di. Gorgous little scottie dog and lovely traditional colours xx

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  10. Such a cute card Die - I love the scottie dog.
    Kath x

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  11. What a adorable dog !
    Love your card !
    !neke

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  12. CUTE Scottie Dog card for Rudolph Day. FOUR! You're on a roll.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  13. Hello Di,
    What an adorable card! I'm sorry I've been MIA for a while. Just in a bit of a funk lately. I've been knitting through it all (yay). We had a snow delay at work today so I'm finally visiting some blogs and it's inspired me to get myself back out there.

    Hugs to you and Len.

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  14. Cute card with a Scottish accent! The doggie reminds me if a certain brand of handbag!

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  15. Ooooh so cute Di is your image and great backing papers too!

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  16. Love that felt doggie, a stunning card and lovely traditional colours.

    Kath x

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  17. Fabulous card, Di! Love anything with tartan and the felt Scottie dog is gorgeous. Hugs, Elizabeth xx

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  18. Loving your Radley Christmas cards. Like Elizabeth I love a bit of tartan Jock!!
    Hugs
    xx

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  19. As usual, I'm late with my visits, but at last I'm here! Fallen for this cute little red Scotty on his brilliant tartan plaid. Just very touchable in looks and love it - lots! Don't let Parsnip get jealous, now hear? TFS & Big hugs too.

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  20. Oh my goodness--this is adorable, Di!

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  21. Thanks for entering both of my CHNC challenges with your lovely crafting - hope to see you again soon. x

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  22. I'm catching up again Di it's been such a busy few days here! but fabulous cards and especially this one I loveeeeee the Scotty!!! lots of huggles Sue xx

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  23. Oh my gosh, I just love that jaunty scotty dog!!

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  24. What a great card! I love the rich colours and the little scottie dog is so cute. xx

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  25. Love your cute Scotty Scotty, and so glad my cards aren't x-rayed especially where I've 'gutted' backgrounds! Xxx

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  26. A wonderful Rudolf Day card, Di! I love it!

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  27. How cute is he!!!! Gorgeous card!! Xx

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  28. That little Scotty dog is just soooo adorable!

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  29. Love, love, love this little stitched Scottie dog! And that plaid paper couldn't be more perfect!

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  30. A lovely bright little Scottie dog with his Christmas collar on. And of course, red plaid paper is the perfect backing for him. Kate x

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