Tuesday, 25 November 2014

November Rudolph Day



It's time for the last Rudolph Day of 2014 and the last time with Sarn as the host before she passes over to Scrappy Mo in Canada. Thanks Sarn for all your work in running the Rudolph Day challenge and I look forward to seeing Mo's take on it.
So for now, Sarn challenges us to make two Christmas cards. I made mine with a PB wreath stamp. I stamped it once onto the base card and then again cutting out with a scalloped nestie around the outside and middle. The first one was to see how white on white worked - not too well so I changed over to gilding flakes for the second one. I've added to each some Sue Wilson holly die cuts and the greeting is by Paula Pascale.

12 comments:

SARN said...

Oh yes! Loving these 2 festive wreath cards Lynn. The gold embossing is fabulous.

Thanks for joining in with Rudolph Day.

Hugs, Sarn xxx

SARN said...

Oops - pay attention Sarn . . . not gold embossing at all . .. gilding flakes! Wakey wakey! xxxx

Sally H said...

Gorgeous cards, Lynn! I love them both, but especially the gilding flakes! Just stunning!

Kathleen said...

Two lovely cards and a great wreath and love the way you have used it.

Kath x

Ellie said...

Two beautiful cards Lynn. I do like how the white on white looks with a pop of red, but they are both gorgeous cards!

Avril Ann said...

Utterly stunning cards, Lynn, xxx

sally said...

What lovely wreaths :-)

Sally

brenda said...

Both a elegant and stylish Lynn and especially like the WOW version.

B x

LesleyG said...

Beautiful wreaths, and I like the white, but both are gorgeous xxx

Whisper said...

Both are stunning hun, Luv Sam x

Pat said...

These are both beautiful cards Lynn, and I do think the white one works beautifully, and on the second with the gilding flakes shine out really prettily too. x

scrappymo! said...

I think these are both beautiful. While you may not see the full impact of the WOW in a photo, I bet you sure do in real life. Some cards are likethat aren't they?

The second is stunning. The gild flakes really pop!


Hope you will drop by my blog in 2015. The Scrappymo version of Rudolph Days will be held from the 25th till the end of each month!