Wednesday 29 January 2020


Hello Everyone,

I nearly forgot about the Rudolph Days challenge this month and have made this card with that and a few other challenges in mind.

I have used an old stamp from the Christmas Visitors set by Sheen Douglass and coloured it with copics.  This card has turned out totally different to what I originally intended, but I think that quite often happens when you're not happy with how it looks.

I've used a Tattered lace rectangle for the mat and the same pattern for the sentiment.  The blue paper is a snippet of a free paper from a magazine and the embellishments are clear gems, two snowflakes stuck together and also two trips of white ribbon, one plain satis and a sparkly one on top.  I've also used liquid pearls for a bit of embellishment to the white area.

I would like to enter:

January Rudolph Days - Anything Christmas
Allsorts - Take Flight
Pixie's Snippets Playground - snippets used were the blue paper, die cut mat, sentiment and snowflakes.
Creative Inspirations - Something Old (stamp)

Thank you for visiting and I will be back tomorrow with a DT card.

Lynne x


  1. Sweet and lovely card!
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts;-))m

  2. Beautiful the die cut mat it is just gorgeous I

  3. Such a beautiful card, the blues give it a cold Christmasy feel.

    Sue xx

  4. I love it! The image is beautiful and this card would be so perfect for a gardener. I think everyone of the members at my garden club would be pleased to have a card like this!

    Thanks for taking part in the January Rudolph Days Challenge.

  5. Your card is stunning Lynne. Love the design and you have reminded me that I have this stamp set somewhere!! Beautifully coloured too. Big hugs, Carol

  6. Gorgeous card Lynne love the image and beautiful dies
    carol x

  7. Gorgeous stamp, so unique and the colouring is beautiful.xx

  8. What a pretty Christmas card Lynne, it's a super Robin image and reminds me of my Dad, he somehow 'tamed' a Robin who used to join him in the garden and he always kept a spade in the ground for him (named Peter) to sit on. And when Dad had a rest Peter would perch on his knee.

    Thanks so much for sharing and joining in with our 'Take Flight' theme at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

  9. Such a wonderful project. Thank you for sharing with us at Allsorts this week.

  10. A pretty card Lynne, such a sweet Robbin.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

  11. This is absolutely beautiful. I love those dies too. [Bunny]

  12. Wonderful card Lynne - and I always love your beautiful colouring.


    Di xx


Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment, I do love to read them. Lynne x