I am taking a quick break from commenting on all the fabulous Cat Hop projects to post my October Rudolph Days card. I used a cutapart and background paper from an old Echo Park Winter Wishes collection.
When I was laying out my card, things were a bit too crowded on my regular A2 card size, so I leveled up to a 5x7 and that was perfect. I had room for the doily without covering up all the pretty polka-dotted background. I used letter stickers from the collection for the JOY sentiment. Yay!!
Supplies used include:
Echo Park Winter Wishes collection
Memory Box - Lindeman Snowflake die (retired)
Doily, ribbon, foam snowflakes and sequins from stash
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Thank you for the honor of entering this card in the following challenges:
1. October Rudolph Days
2. CARDZ-TV AG Challenge #152
3. Word Art Wednesday Weeks #515-516 - AG
4. DL.ART October Linky Challenge - AG
5. Allsorts Week #648 - Add a Sentiment
6. Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge #566
Beautiful card, Janis!ReplyDelete
Carla from Arizona
Pretty card! I need to think to do that with my letter stickers! Gret idea!ReplyDelete
Fabulous card Janis!ReplyDelete
Val S - LeighSBDesigns DT
A beautiful layered card Janis. Thanks for joining in at Rudolph Days this month.ReplyDelete
A lovely Christmas card, great to see you at Allsorts challenge, thanks for joining in this week.ReplyDelete
Many thanks for sharing this lovely festive card with us at Allsorts this week.ReplyDelete
I just finished commenting!ReplyDelete
so many awesome projects!
love your beautiful card!
Very pretty card .........LisReplyDelete
Beautiful card Janis. Love the sketch and pretty colors!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing with us at Allsorts challenge!
Beautiful card and a great design, I love the quiet colours. CarolGReplyDelete
Great card! Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas challenge. Good luck.ReplyDelete
This is so pretty and the frosty colors are great together. Loving the polka dotted paper too!ReplyDelete