November Rudolph Days 2018

it’s the last 2018 Rudolph Days Challenge over at Maureen’s blog so by now you probably have a nice stash of holiday cards ready to mail.

Penny Black hedgie stocking copyright linda snailzpace.com-1

or maybe not, in which case you have until November 30 to be inspired and play along.

this cute penny black hedgie and presents were painted with twinkling H2Os; the coordinating hedgie die was a gift from Maureen for being a design team member. i was so happy that it allowed me to fit him in the window without having to fussy cut. i added a sentiment and two die cut frames were layered on top of my bokeh background that i created with sponges and distress inks; you could also use a circle stencil.

i’m also playing along with these challenges:

As You Like It Challenge Do you prefer rubber or digis? I prefer rubber stamps because I enjoy the process from inking a stamp to painting it and trying to figure out how best to showcase the image. Besides, I watercolour almost all images and printing on 140 lb. watercolour paper is not practical.

Stamping Sensations  – Get ready for Christmas

thanks for popping by.

Penny Black stamp 30-448 merry delight
Penny Black die 51-387 merry delight cut out
Lawn Fawn Say What? Christmas Critters sentiment
Memory Box Love and Laughter stamp (large present), coordinating die
Memory Box Bunny Gift stamp (small present), coordinating die
My Favorite Things Die-namics Blueprints 29 (frame)

16 thoughts on “November Rudolph Days 2018

  1. How very pretty the design is Linda and such fu as well with the sweet PB’s, thanks so much for joining in with our ‘Christmas’ theme at Stamping Sensations challenge.

    B x

  2. This is so sweet and I think the stamps work really well with the die cut that you’ve used. ‘Get Ready For Christmas’ theme challenge at Stamping Sensations and good luck. Sandra x

  3. This is a really pretty layout. Not seen those split panel dies before. H2 0’s were amongst the first stash that I aquired 2nd hand. More stash over the years means they have been pushed to the back of the drawer but you have inspired me to go and get them out. I had forgotten how pretty they can sparkle. Hugs Mrs A.

  4. Cutest card Linda, I love the three windows and how you’ve fitted these die cut windows together to display your images

  5. Forgot to say thanks ofr all the beautiful work you do to inspire the Rudolph Days Challenge entries. Your work is much appreciated, Linda. I have special prezzies for all of you ladies and hope you will like them.
    Hope they won’t take too long to get to you!

  6. And I have every H2O colour they made at the time, in the sweet little pots. Perhaps I should treasure them all the more Linda! i wonder why they changed? More cost effective I expect? x

  7. I love this card. The background colours are so pretty and your design is gorgeous. Thank you for joining in at As You Like It. Lynne DT

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