It's here again, our chance to make a card each month for Rudolph Day over at Sarn's. It's been three weeks since I made a card, and I did so enjoy getting back into the craft room to play - if only for a short time. Why is it that, when you only have a short time to play, ideas seem to come thick and fast, then other times when you do have time to spare, the walls tend to end up being stared at a lot?
- 6" x 6" square white card blank, with the corners rounded
- image is from LOTV's 'Christmas Angels' art pad - pre-coloured and just tickled with some Glamour Dust - I adore this pad, every image is really lovely
- all patterned papers are also LOTV, from the 'Frosty Christmas' paper pad
- white card stock to back one of the papers and the image, after trimming to size and running a 'Blue Pearl' Pro Marker round the edge
- white spotted organza ribbon from my ribbon box
- star charm tied onto the ribbon bow with iridescent cord
- sentiment by Craftwork Cards, popped onto an oval which was punched using SU's large oval punch and then coloured with the 'Blue Pearl' Pro Marker
This card is also for Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Card Challenge for October, where it's always 'anything goes'.
And I'm also entering this into Sparkle Creations Christmas Card Challenge # 48 where the theme is to use a bow or bows.
Hope you remembered to change your clocks if you live in the UK :) Sigh, it's dark so early once we do that. And quelle surprise yesterday when I trotted out to the supermarket - Christmas goodies on display everywhere I looked!
Gorgeous card, Di. Really beautifulReplyDelete
So pretty - love that little charm on the bow!ReplyDelete
Simply gorgeous!!! The little charm on the bow is a wonderful addition too.ReplyDelete
That is so beautiful, lovely soft shades of blue and such a cute image too.ReplyDelete
I reccommend note pads Di. I have one in the bedroom, one in my handbag, one in the lounge/dining room. When the ideas come I quickly note/sketch them so I can go back to them at a later date, well I have admitted that I am OCD lol! xx
Wow ... that image is so sweet and adding the glitter really takes it up a notch. Beautiful papers .. love the layout and design. Your sheer white ribbon and the star charm are perfect details.ReplyDelete
We don't change our clocks for another week in Canada. But I agree, it will be dark so early in the day once that happens. The year is coming to a close! Loll xx
What an angelic card with that sweet ribbon and charm, Di!! Our clocks don't change here until November 3rd which seems really late this year. Funny how we are always shocked by how it seems to suddenly go from light one day to dark the next; you'd think we'd get used to it happening every autumn!! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
I do love your LOTV pads. They are such adorable images and make lovely cards. Well done for getting one made after all your adventures. Kate xReplyDelete
Morning Di, Such a pretty Lotv image and card so perfect for Sarns challenge it does feel good to get back in the craft room although l'm still not straight but managed to make a card for a christening today which l will share later enjoy your day xReplyDelete
2 months and Christmas will be awayReplyDelete
your card is so gentle and beautiful
have a great Sunday
For a minute I thought you had a Promarker that I didn't but just checked and I've got that colour too. Nearly had a hot flush spending spree come over me!ReplyDelete
This is so pretty especially as we both favour being pinky girlies. hugs Mrs A.
So pretty Di. x JoReplyDelete
Morning my friend . . . good to have you safely back in Blighty!ReplyDelete
I love the way you hastily nipped into the craft room to check that all was well . . . and found time to make a Rudolph Day card too! Very pretty indeed. LOVE the extra little charm at the left.
Thanks for joining in.
A very pretty card, Di. The shades of blue are lovely ... and you remembered the ProMarker trick this time :) If the weather is as wet down your way as it is here, your tumbler dryer must be working on overtime! Welcome home :)) Hugs, Elizabeth xxReplyDelete
Sorry I have not been round in ages, Life has been incredibly hectic!
Love this card, loving the soft blue and all the sparkle!
Such a pretty image. I know just what you mean about ideas!ReplyDelete
Welcome back, Di. What an adorable card - love all the soft blue and the gorgeous angel image. Thanks for adding for CHNC challenge extra for October - hope to see you again soon. xReplyDelete
what a pretty card. Love that image and such a pretty design too.
Lots of love. Jenny L.
This is adorable, Di! I think my granddaughters would love this. The little star charm is perfect.ReplyDelete
Brilliant card, love the subtle blues and the lovey layout, great papers.ReplyDelete
Being such an angel myself I have a slight aversion to other angel images.
PS Weather here been better than expected.
This is beautiful Di. So dreamy. Love it.ReplyDelete
Bet you wish you were still out in Thailand with this awful weather?
Oh she's beautiful Di, love all the papers too. Hope the worst of the storm is done now.ReplyDelete
Love the beautiful blues, the precolored image, the star charm, & of course the "bow" as it is part of challenge #48 over at Christmas Card Challenges the week! TYFS and playing along with us!ReplyDelete
Just working my way through Sarn's entries. Great card...so soft and dreamy and pretty. Don't know how I messed this on your blog!ReplyDelete
I love this card, sweet little angel and lovely shades of blue.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your comments on my blog and for joining up as my latest follower.
I will definitely try and join in your snippets challenge soon as I have tons of snippets to use. I am just a tad busy at the moment though.
so very sweet and adorable!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining in at challenge at Christmas Card Challenges!