Kraft Christmas Card For Rudolph Days Challenge

can you believe it? it’s time for the monthly Rudolph Days Challenge, hosted by Maureen at scrappymo’s, and it’s my turn to encourage you to create your holidays cards on a monthly basis.

Kraft Christmas card featuring Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer copyright linda

this was a fairly QAE (quick and easy) creation; I spent most of my time sponging brushed corduroy distress ink around Rudolph, CZ Design, the edge border and the sentiment, all of which was cut from Kraft cardstock. I LOVE the Taylored Expressions Snow Day background stamp – it has a variety of detailed snowflakes and dots and it’s a good quality red rubber stamp. I used hero arts white pigment ink and just let it air dry while I cut Rudolphs – I’ll have a set of 8 when I’m done; I ran out of time to finish by this post. I added cranberry stickles to the nose on the left but it was much easier for my hands to just cut the nose on the right from red glitter cardstock.

I hope to see you join the challenge over at Maureen’s where you can enter for a chance to win a lovely prize.

thanks for popping by.

12 thoughts on “Kraft Christmas Card For Rudolph Days Challenge

  1. What a fab Rudolph and I love how you used him with the patterned paper, they look great, especially the sparkly nose!

  2. Those little reindeer peeking through the windows are so cute! I love the white snowflakes on the kraft for backgrounds and those big red noses too! Adorable! Happy Rudolph Days!

  3. QAE card. How fun ! They look magical, Rudolph is so cute with or without the stickles ; )

  4. Hi Linda,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    oh isn’t he the cutest Rudolf he looks adorable.
    Love your cards and their wonderful design and that background stamp finishes it all off perfectly as well.
    What a great way to use up scraps of paper too.
    Lots of crafty love. jenny L

  5. These are so darn cute, Linda. Love these reindeer with their quirky little faces. Your shading here is great BTW.
    I did not realize that you hand-stamped the snowflake paper. You are one talented lady…of course, that is why you are on our Rudolph Days Design team! Thanks for all your hard work for us.

  6. That Snow Day background stamp is amazing Linda and I love that you cut a window in the panel to allow Rudolph to peek through. Is that paper behind Rudolph? It goes beautifully with the panel. Vicky x

  7. Lovely design, the pretty papers look great with the Kraft card- and that’s one cute Rudolph die!

  8. Your twin reindeers peeking through that fun snowy pp are just adorable, Linda! What a great design ~ love the border detail! Hugs, Darnell

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