Small Christmas Cards For Rudolph Days Challenge

it’s my turn to create a project for the August Rudolph Days Challenge, hosted by Maureen.

i was going to post each little card individually, but i think they show up well enough in the group photo.

i love using small images on tags but this time i made a set of six 3 inch cards and a box following this tutorial. these cute little images are from the Clearly Besotted ‘shake it up’ clear stamp set that i painted with twinkling H2Os on hot pressed watercolour paper and fussy cut. the pretty papers are from the Penny Black Christmas 6 x 6 Paper Pad Festive and Frosty and the sentiment was heat embossed with white embossing powder. i used a white gel pen for the snow and added glitter to each snow mound. the dots were made with a mama elephant border die.

remember you have until the end of the month to play along for a generous prize and, as always, it’s an anything goes christmas theme. i know, it’s summer and maybe it’s too early to think about holiday cards, but there are only 3 Rudolph Days Challenges before Christmas – will you be ready?

thanks for popping by.

9 thoughts on “Small Christmas Cards For Rudolph Days Challenge

  1. These are really WOWZA, Linda! Each one is darling, so beautifully colored and I love the bright red with the lime green pp! What great box sets these will be as gifts!! Hugs, Darnell

  2. So much love into each little card : ) I see a lot of work into this project. What to say about the detail of the dots ? Totally awesome 👏 👏

  3. This is such a fabulous little set! I love the carefully cut teensy images and they look so great on your traditional coloured papers.
    That green is the bomb! it it and the red are so eye catching…

    Thanks for another great month of designing for The Rudolph Days Challenge.

  4. Hi Linda,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    what a lovely set of adorable cards and the box finishes it off perfectly..
    The paper used is fab and those stamped images are so gorgeous and very adorable.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

  5. I love the idea of 3x mini cards, and each image is cuter than the next one! Fabulous idea to make a little matching box for them too! Well done!

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