Snow Hill Slider For Rudolph Days

this is my design team card for the July Rudolph Days Challenge, hosted By Maureen, where you have until the end of the month to play along for a chance for a lovely prize. all the rules are posted on maureen’s blog.

i’ve not had much success with slider cards, until now; i used Taylored Expressions’ discs and i’m very happy with them. i painted this sweet Avery Elle polar playtime image with Twinkling H2Os on Arches hot press watercolour paper and fussy cut it to place over the Lawn Fawn slide on over die cut hill. i used derwent inktense pencils on the house windows, a mama elephant die. the snow flurries were created by spraying a fine mist of water over a sponged distress ink watercolour paper background.

See it in action:

thanks for popping by.

13 thoughts on “Snow Hill Slider For Rudolph Days

  1. This is a really sweet card, Linda. The little critters are adorable and I love the slider action you have going on here!
    Thanks for being on my design team and creating cards that truly inspire people!

  2. Hi Linda,Happy Rudolf Days.
    oh I love your penyy slider design.
    You have created it wonderfully and your colouring is fantastic.
    Those cute little polar bears are so sweet.
    A super scene you have created in the background also.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

  3. Oh my gosh … this is such an adorable card Linda! LOVE the sweet snow scene you’ve created. The slider is icing on the cake! How fun! Loll

  4. Linda, your Christmas slider is super cute! I’ve not been by for a while and so I enjoyed a long stroll through past posts. You truly are so professional with your coloring and your cards are always incredibly crisp and clean! I’m WOWed! Keep on keeping safe! HRD! Hugs, Darnell

  5. I’ve never had much luck with slider cards so I need to check out those disks. Thanks for the tip! Your card is so delightful! A true inspiration, Linda!

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