Monday, April 30, 2018

April Rudolph Days at Scrappy Mo's



Hi, Friends......

Quick post......I am starting to do a little more crafting and realized that I better get my April entry into the Rudolph Days linkup!

A couple of winters ago, my crafty pal Karen Ladd sent me two lovely rustic stamps. I thought they would be perfect stamped on white cardstock for a wintry look. So I pulled one out today to play with. Love the snowy village look!! Thank you, Karen!!!





Products used include:
Art-Kure - Gold Hill, Shaftesbury
Versafine Ink - Majestic Blue
Clear embossing powder
Winnie & Walter - Essentials: Katharine Cutaways die set
My Favorite Things Die-namics - Stitched Oval STAX die set
Sizzix - Fancy Labels die set
Sentiment Sticker from Echo Park - Winter Wishes collection
Weird 7-pointed snowflakes that I am stiiiiiiiiiilllllll trying to use up!!!!
DCWV papers
Thank you for stopping by and taking a look!

<3
Janis


Thank you for the honor of entering this card in the following challenge:
1. April Rudolph Days Challenge - Anything Goes Christmas

6 comments:

scrappymo! said...

This village street scene has such a peaceful feel. The blue ink you used for stamping the image contributes to the feeling as well.

You have made a lovely card with your blue theme continued in the mats and DP.

Thanks for taking part in the April Rudolph Days Challenge.

Fikreta said...

so nice card!
hugs

Jenny L said...

Hi Janis,
Happy Rudolf Days.
What a very lovely card and such a super design.
Love the colours and that lovely stamped scene.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

Teresa Doyle said...

This is so beautiful Janis. The blue for the scene is perfect for this stamp and the plaid really frames it up beautifully. Well done.

ionabunny said...

Very pretty Janis. Hugz

Karenladd said...

Oooh, this card makes the most of that stamped image and I love how it mirrors your cat meme!The blue and white color scheme is perfect for a frosty winter design and those snowflakes top it off perfectly. I bought the same stamps for myself but, would you believe it, have STILL not used them. Now that I see how beautiful that scene looks on your card I am motivated to ink mine up as well. I really like the way you stacked two different label shapes for contrast!