Saturday, 25 June 2016

June Rudolph Day

This is my final Rudolph Day card as part of ScrappyMo's design team and I've used a lovely die cut which ScrappyMo sent me in a surprise package.  I'm entering this card into the Merry Monday 'Peace, Joy and/or Love' challenge where we need to use one or more of the words - I've managed two!  I'm also entering Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge 'Anything Goes' and Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra where 'Anything Goes as long as it's Christmas'.


Card blank: 6" x 6" white hammer
Die: Creative Expressions 'Christmas Tree Greetings'
Card: Green matt, red glitter
Paper: Wild Rose Studio 'Painted Poinsettias'
Other: Red nailheads

I trimmed the paper, layered it onto green card and attached it to the card front.  ScrappyMo had die cut this beautiful image from red glitter card, so all I had to do was attach it to the centre of the card. To balance the floral image on the paper I added three nailheads to the top corner of the card.

I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's entries into this challenge and don't forget there is a fabulous prize for one lucky winner who will be chosen at random - this month it's a Memory Box Holly Leaf Border die.

Kath x

22 comments:

  1. A lovely and very striking die cut image, great choice of colours as well Kath.

    Hope you have a lovely (and sunny) weekend.

    B x

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  2. Hi Kath, Really nice card.

    Hope you have a lovely weekend. Sue

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  3. Lovely Christmas tree and beautiful background paper.
    Valerija xx

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  4. I absolutely love this die Kath - it's definitely one of my favourites because it can look so different with whatever colour you use. Your card looks great. Hugs Christine xx

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  5. Oh, my! What a beautiful tree and the decorative paper is a perfect background! Love this, Kath! Thanks for sharing with Merry Monday!

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  6. Gorgeous tree die. Beautiful card Kath. Thanks for joining us this week at Merry Monday.

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  7. Fabulous card, Kath, love the die cut. I saw this die in a craft shop a while ago and resisted the tempted to buy it. After seeing it on your beautiful card, I think it might have to go on my wish list! xx

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  8. Wow, this has impact good and plenty. Love the colour you have used for the die cut and love that backing paper. You have saved the best till last. Hugs Mrs A.

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  9. Pretty backing paper, and such an elegant die, so that it doesn't need much, but you nailed it with the nailheads xxx

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  10. A beautiful card Kath, pretty papers and elegant die cut.
    Pauline
    x

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  11. Hi Kath,
    what a great Rudolf DT card.
    That die is fab,and all the lovely glitter on is wonderful.
    Fab paper used also.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  12. You have made a gorgeous card. The nailheads look wonderful and love the background paper.
    This die cut is one of my faves. I see it in my mind cut from many different papers!

    Thanks so much for being on my design team. It has been a pleasure to work alongside you on the Rudolph Days Challenge Design Team.

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  13. A stunning card Kath, very elegant.
    Janice x

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  14. Beautiful card Kath, your tree sentiment is lovely. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.

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  15. This is classy elegance with that great die and subtle background! Aren't you the lucky one to receive such a wonderful surprise gift!! You've clearly put it to wonderful use with this pretty card!

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  16. Super card Kath, the die-cut is fabulous and looks great against the WRS paper xx

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  17. Really lovely card Kath and a great die, love the subtle background.

    Kath x

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  18. You've used this gorgeous die so beautifully with the patterned paper. It is just stunning! TFS & Hugs

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  19. Love this card. The die does all the work and it is stunning.

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  20. A wonderful surprise image. The background paper is so pretty.

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