Friday, 26 October 2012

Annabelle's Christmas and another Rudolph Day card

I love 'Annabelle's Meadow' paper and images, so when I spotted that they have a Christmas set of papers and images:
I used:

- 6" x 6" white card stock

- image (already coloured!) and papers from Wild Rose Studio's 'Annabelle's Christmas' paper pack. The papers go so well with the cute images - I don't think anyone could be stuck for choice :)

- a snippet of dark green card behind the image - corners on card and image both rounded off

- doily cut using one of my fave Marianne Creatables dies, and the deep red paper is from the same pack used on the rest of the card

- a little snippet of ribbon already worded with 'Joy', found in the ribbon box

- one of Mrs A's fabulous roses, this time a deep red one

- Josy Rose nail heads

So, this is another entry for Sarn's Rudolph Day challenge - remember that it's the penultimate one for 2012 as well!

Di
x

9 comments:

Annie said...

Your Christmas card box must be full to overflowing by now Di surely? So many different gorgeous cards too.
Hugs,
A x

tilly said...

this is gorgeous, wish I had a hat like this lol
Tilly

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

Oh WOW . . . that's SUCH a pretty Rudolph Day card! Love it.

Thanks for entering a second time . ..

Hugs
Sarn xxx

Anonymous said...

That's such a cute image Di, I've never heard of that range before but I really like the image and those lovely back papers too.

Hugs
Brenda

Sandra H said...

Wow Di this is gorgeous and l have just posted a card with the same papers how strange!! gorgeous though! your image is so lovely they are great these that are pre coloured l have some but my colours seem a little faint yours looks totally stunning and the lovely flower and Doily compliment the image so beautifully produced have a lovely weekend Di xx

Planetsusie said...

I love this card Di - such a brilliant image with everything co-ordinating beautifully.

Hugs to you Sue Pxxx

scrappymo! said...

This is such an adorable image...Love the coloured doily behind the image...stunning card!

Samantha Elliott said...

Very pretty card there Di. Not heard of that make before so will have to have a looksie now!
xx

Brenda said...

Love this card and love, love this image!