Rudolph Days Challenge May 2020

it’s time for the May Rudolph Days Challenge, hosted by Maureen, where you are encouraged to create holiday cards/projects from the 25th to the last day of each month until November.

I used a new Penny Black image for my design team card, merry making, that i painted with twinkling H2Os on Arches hot press watercolour paper;  i also painted the sky with my twinks. my purple background was created by sponging seedless preserves and chipped sapphire distress inks on Bristol smooth paper and then i sponged white gouache through a Taylored Expressions snowfall stencil.

be sure to pop by Maureen’s blog for the full set of rules to be eligible for a generous prize and have fun working ahead on your holiday cards!

thanks for popping by.

11 thoughts on “Rudolph Days Challenge May 2020

  1. Hi Linda,
    what a very wonderful card and that image is so sweet.
    Beautifully coloured also.
    Love your background paper you have created it’s brilliant and so clever..
    Great colour choices. as well.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

  2. Your card is so pretty, Linda. You always colour your images so beautifully with the Twinkling H2O’s.
    I have given them a try but do not have your skill for painting with them!

    The non traditional colours look so pretty here. It was so fun to see that both you and Jenny chose lavender in your cards.

  3. Adorable snow scene that you have watercoloured to perfection, Linda!! Love the sweet polka-dot lavender paper for your framing. Loll :)

  4. That Penny sure does know how to draw the cutest image and you did an excellent job of coloring and framing it, Linda! Take care and keep well! Hugs, Darnell

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