Rudolph Day – March 2012

christmas card featuring a penguin holding a red poinsettia
i know it’s a bit early to think about christmas cards, especially with all this summer-like weather we’ve been having, but Sandra’s Rudolph Day Challenge is the perfect reminder to set one day a month aside to work on your holiday cards. by november, you’ll have a nice stash and you won’t panic; well not about cards anyway. i’m also submitting this to the ABC Christmas Challenge – ‘F is for Furry and/or Feathered Friends.’ i coloured the image with distress inks, added flower soft to his hat and layered up the poinsettia. thanks for popping by.

14 thoughts on “Rudolph Day – March 2012

  1. Totally precious – love his flower soft hat and your poinsettia looks amazing!! Depending on how many cards you send out, it is not too early to get them started!! Hugs

  2. Wow Linda – absolutely adorable! I think I might have this stamp somewhere? Love the idea of layering the flower and his furry hat is just so cute. Perfect! Di xx

  3. OMGosh, I cant believe you’ve done it again! This is precious beyond belief. the image couldnt be any sweeter and the colors together and of coure, the coloring, are so perfect. You’re the Prima Donna of card creations. Hugs, Anne

  4. Awwww…so cute!
    Thanks for playing at the ABC Christmas Challenge…hope you’ll join us for another fun challenge on Wednesday! :0)
    Helen x

  5. Beautiful card that Poinsettia looks almost real! Thanks for entering our Challenge at ABC Christmas challenge this time, and hope you will join us for our next challenge which starts tomorrow hugs Samantha :0)

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