Sunday, 25 February 2018

February Rudolph Day

It's time for another Rudolph Day over on Mo's Blog.

This month I got to finally use a TH die that I bought before Christmas. I can see lots of uses for it apart from Christmas. I used some wood effect paper so that it looks like one of the old cars with wood panels. The background is a Penny Black die that I actually bought while shopping with Mo when we met up a couple of years ago. It will always remind me of that wonderful trip.

I've always loved the "Driving home for Christmas" song and thought it would make a good sentiment to go with this scene. I've used my new found bouncing calligraphy skills - first attempt at this style. I also went over the writing with one of the dual ink pens.


Daffodil Cards said...

Everything about this card is WOW Linby, love how you have put it all together.

brenda said...

Great card for Mo's challenge ans thanks for the reminder, confess I had forgotten - again.

B x

Jane Willis said...

WOW! I see what you mean about calligraphy - that is amazing. There's no way I could produce that without a stamp. The style is perfect with the retro car too, it all adds up to a stunning card.

Jenny L said...

Hi Linby,
Happy Rudolf Days.
what a super card and your design is brilliant.
I love that car and the gorgeous wood panels you have created.
The background is so lovely and glittery also.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

scrappymo! said...

What a fabulous card. I have been eying up this T Holtz die as well. I love the way you made it look like a wood trimmed card. I think they used to call them Woody's.


Thanks for taking part in the February Rudolph Days Challenge.

cotnob said...

A fabulous card, a great idea to use the wood effect paper - this is a super die.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Kathleen said...

What a brilliant card, so very different and a great way you have done the sentiment, super image too.

Kath x

Verna Angerhofer said...

Great Christmas card design. Love the layout!

Chris said...

Fabulous card, great design, love the die cut car, but mostly I'm lost in admiration of your calligraphy wish I could do that it looks fantastic!

Carol L said...

What a fun Christmas card with all of this great texture! I love the woodie look of the car too! (that's what we called them back in the day)

Sandma's Handmade Cards said...

Great effects on your image and I love the font on your sentiment Lynn x

Joan said...

Love that car and your calligraphy wording is fabulous