Thursday, June 29, 2017
Glittery Snowflake Christmas Card - Rudolph Days
I am here with a card I made for a different Christmas challenge recently, but never got it blogged! (Do you sense a pattern with all this flurry of end-of-month blog posts??? lol...) So here it is time for Scrappy Mo's Rudolph Days again and finally here is my card! Yay!!!
I used these fabulous glittery red and gold 7 POINTED snowflakes from my crafty pal, Karen Ladd. (THANKS, Karen!.....But what is with all these snowflakes having 7 points??? These and my own 7-point white ones that I still haven't used up!!!) I put the snowflakes through my Xyron Sticker Maker to make them adhere easily without gluing. (Do I get points for actually USING my Sticker Maker, instead of letting the adhesive dry up, thus rendering the entire little gadget useless??? Award them in the comments below....and please be generous! lol...)
I did a wintery white-on-white look with the dry embossed panel (Darice - Snowflakes folder) over a white card base. The sentiment stamp is a pretty one with that flourish, but I don't know what company it is from. I stamped with Versafine ink in Smokey Gray and matted the panel with a bit of red cardstock from my scrap bag. I think this makes a simple, but quite pretty Christmas card. I might make a few more of these with the other snowflakes in the pack!
Personally, I'm glad that the snowflakes are only on this card and not coming down outside. We had so much snow for so long this past winter that I honestly STILL find myself habitually looking out at night on the ground to see if there is any snow. It hasn't been very many weeks since we had several inches, so I am not completely insane!! (Emphasis on completely....Ha!) Thank you for your visit and sweet comments.
Thank you for the honor of entering this card in the following challenges:
1. Rudolph Days June Challenge at Scrappy Mo's - Anything Goes Christmas
2. Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge #339 - Anything Goes Christmas w/ opt twist of include a bear
3. ABC Christmas Challenge - L is for Love and M is for More than One (I used more than one snowflakes)
4. WordArt Wednesday Challenge #288-289 - Anything Goes Family Friendly