Today is Sarn's final Rudolph Day Challenge, where we have to make not just one but two cards:
- 6" x 6" square white card blanks
- backing paper from Wild Rose Studio's 'Annabelle's Christmas' paper pack
- white sparkly ribbon from my ribbon box
- printed panels to match the paper backing, just die cut with a Spellbinders die
- sentiments by Craftwork Cards
Quick and easy cards today - thank goodness for papers with matching toppers :)
I'd like to say a HUGE thank you to Sarn for all her hard work! It's been such fun playing along, as well as getting a head start on Christmas cards. The very first time I played along with Rudolph Day was back in July 2011- that shook me I must admit!
I expect most of you will also know that the lovely Scrappy Mo is taking the Rudolph Challenge over from Sarn, so it will continue after Christmas - yay!
I'd also like to add these cards into Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge, where the current theme is 'Getting Ready For Christmas' (posting cards and dressing the tree is a most important/essential part of pre-Christmas activities) - as well as Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra, where it's always 'Anything Goes'.
Those printed panels are so cute. And what a great way to make a couple of adorable cards quickly. Especially since time is at such a premium at this time of year.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous printed panel and I love your backing papers with a festive and sparkly ribbon, An easy and quickest way for making couple of cards!ReplyDelete
Both are gorgeous Di although the top one is my favorite ;-)ReplyDelete
Hugs, Veerle xxx
Two lovely cards Di..hope to join in the snippets chalkenge next weekReplyDelete
Such delightfully pretty cards, and that sparkly ribbon looks delish! xxxReplyDelete
Gorgeous, beautiful cardReplyDelete
Both cards are gorgeous! Like the bottom one best though!ReplyDelete
I love the way the panels match the backing papers on these. It doesn´t happen for me because not many companies will post paper pads out here, so I try to pick up one or two when I am visiting family. I thought at first these were LOTV images. The style is similar. I have just bought a pack of those which will make my final big batch or card quite quick and easy to make.ReplyDelete
I love the reds in your first card. For the second one I would have added a dark mat to lift the image from the busy background, but that is just my opinion - no criticism intended.x. I wonder whether any little girls ever wore hats that big. I thought the same when I was colouring the huge cap on the little boy in my card!
Loving your cards Di as always well presented too! xReplyDelete
Wow - I thought they were LOTV at first glance. Thanks for the info! Love that Wild Rose produce matching papers for their images. These cards are so sweet.ReplyDelete
Thanks for being a Rudolph Day stalwart Di. Much appreciated.
Hugs, Sarn xxx
Such pretty cards Di - I love the Wild Rose papers. They also make some lovely dies too!ReplyDelete
Very pretty card Di, and so perfectly coordinated too.ReplyDelete
What a pretty little miss!ReplyDelete
Great cards there Miss. Love those images and like Sandra I thought they were LOTV first off.ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous, Di. I like the way the papers match the toppers and the cute kitten in the second is a clear winner for me! Oh, alright, the puppies are adorable too :) Hugs. Elizabeth xxReplyDelete
These both look too pretty to be that easy! Love the toppers and I'm thinking I may need to look into them!ReplyDelete
Those images are just precious, and I love the perfectly matching papers and sparkly bows! Those tiny sentiment panels really caught my eye too!! Cute cards!ReplyDelete
what wonderful cards.
Love your super design of these wonderful creations.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.
Two sweet images and lovely matching papers Di and both finished with pretty sparkly ribbons. I love the shape of the toppers too. xReplyDelete
Am playing catch up again Di - so forgive me for my lack of commenting - been at the National Presentation this weekend and spent yesterday recovering... LOLReplyDelete
Two lovely cute cards... xx
Great cards Di, such cute imagesReplyDelete
Lovely cards Di, I love the sweet images and the matching papers. I especially like the reds in the first one, gorgeous sparkly ribbon too.ReplyDelete
Two gorgeous cards with lovely images. Great papers too. I have so enjoyed finding Sarn and Rudolf day through your blog, Di, and joining in too!ReplyDelete
Both of cards are beautiful, I do not know which is more delights me:-)ReplyDelete
Stunning cards Di and fabulous hats on the Ladies in the fabulous images and I just love those papers, Christmas papers have been rubbish this year.ReplyDelete
Hope you got your boiler serviced, I wonder if they go in alphabetical order.... W is pretty close to the end.
Enjoy the rest of your week.
Precious cards and so beautiful! Yep, it's almost time to get the tree up and all the festivities to begin.ReplyDelete
Well done for being first for the last and with such cute cards.ReplyDelete
Two gorgeous cards. Love the cute images - and the die you've used to cut them out. xxReplyDelete
Two super great cardsReplyDelete
have a lovely day
Two beautiful cards, Di. Thanks for entering both of my CHNC challenges with your lovely crafting - hope to see you again soon. xReplyDelete
Gorgeous images Di love these cards! huggles Sue xxxReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, these two Christmas cards are just beautiful Di! I love the images, they are so sweet and adorable. Fabulous papers too! Hugs, BrendaReplyDelete
Two stunning last entries Miss Pixie! They both are stunning. I made sure to create two so that I could play along with Sarn's final challenge. Love your quirky Christmas card above too - fabulous image Karen xReplyDelete
These are really sweet and look so good with the matching papers.ReplyDelete
hugs Mrs A.
p.s. do you have enough c cards now then! I'm already making for next yr.
These are just adorable, love all the sparkle :-) xxReplyDelete
Those images are adorable as always. I love their images!ReplyDelete
The die you used to cut them out is so pretty with these!
Hope to see you at my blog, for the January Rudolph Day Challenge.
Great card - thanks for sharing it with us at Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra.ReplyDelete