Sunday, 25 March 2012

Happy Rudolph Day Everyone

Yep!  You saw the title correctly - Happy Rudolph Day to you all.

Those of you who find themselves occasionally on my blog will know that every 25th of the month throughout the year is known as Rudolph Day.  On this day myself and some other crafters (nutters) make a Christmas card (or two) and we link them up with my friend Sandra of Stamping for Pleasure, just for the fun of it!

So here is mine....


And in keeping with most of my cards, it is a Snippets card, which we link up with the keeper of the Playground keys, Di.  I know I usually try to keep my Snippets features for Friday, it is an awfully long time to Friday this week.



The card has used papers from the DCWV papers which I bought absolutely ages ago.  Tag was cut using the Tim Holtz die.  Gold vellum and some Ikea packaging for the corrugated card.  Twine tied around and finished off with a button from the bucket.  Various fluff tied at the top and mounted on to a card which has another piece of DCWV paper and stamping with Red Barn DI and Perfect Pearls.  Add the stamped image which is a freebie stamp from Craft Stamper, four pearls and hey presto card done.  Hope you like it and feel free to join us with Rudoph Day and make some cards nice and early (don't worry about the fact that it is soooo sunny outside and totally not like Christmas is around the corner!) - you still have a few days left.

TTFN

Hettie 

13 comments:

butlersabroad said...

This is cool, love the "fluff" at the top too! I have that DCWV stack, three of them actually!!

Hugs
Brenda

jo said...

This is just gorgeous!I think Rudolph Day is a fab idea lol!
Hugs Jo x

Di said...

Really great Sam! Another gorgeous make from you - and I think a few folk will be combining this week - Roody Day and snippets :)

Hope you had a fabby time yesterday evening.

Love, Di xx

MaggieC said...

I shall be back in the next couple of days with my Rudolph offerings. But I had to say, we remember oyster shells, but not when we last saw them. We have had about 10 years without an ice cream van until new people moved into a house round the corner. They had children, and immediately found an ice cream van and got him to come up our road again. We now have a lot of young children in the road again so he gets a lot of trade, especially when we have a get together on the grassy island in front of our houses. You will have to find the number to call someone to come up your road again. Good luck with that. xx Maggie

Bernie said...

This is just gorgeous! Great combo of colors and textures.
Hugs

Kate said...

Lovely Sam! It looks like a lot of work. So many layers!
Kate

Mary said...

Very nice...lots to look at. Aren't snippets a great way to make cards more interesting?

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

Woot woot . . . FABBY Rudolph Day/Snippets card here Sam. I like that people are combining both challenges.

I have that freebie stamp too . . .haven't inked it up yet though! Tut tut!

Great tag card.

Thanks for joining in with my challenge. Good luck in the draw.
xxx

Anita Houston said...

Love seeing Christmas in March!!! This is gorgeous...so many layers and details and of course I love the colors...lol! Lov'n some Rudolph!!!

mamapez5 said...

A lovely combination of colour and texture. Isn't Rudolf day a great idea? I love to see what everyone has made. Kate x

Karen said...

This is gorgeous Sam, I love especially the colour combination :) Luv Karen xxx

mandy said...

Another beautifull design buddy.I dont know where you get all your ideas from, but they definitely work! xx

Mrs A. said...

IU have used that free stamp too and it is a lovely one to create with. Wish I could get into the mood for making non seasonal items early but alass alack its not to be. Hugs Mrs a.