Sunday, 26 November 2017

Rudolph Day

Morning!

I'm back!

I met Di and Parsnip in the Snippets Playground,
only to find out this time next month it'll all be over!
However, like Di, I enjoy the leftovers and the rest!

It also mean yesterday was the last Rudolph Day Challenge,
so we have until the month end to share...


I was thinking flat for postage, using the Pine Cones set,
another fab two step one so you can create layers with ink.
Love the dinky holly leaves, and that's a gold strip believe it or not lol

Enjoy the rest of the day
Rudolph or not....

Lesley
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11 comments:

  1. Hi Lesley,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    Your card is so lovely and such a wonderful stamped design.
    Love the fir branches in the corner too.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  2. The simple ones are often the best and this is lovely and great that it is flat for posting but still interesting to look at.

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  3. Wonderful card Lesley! Very elegant. I did giggle about Parsnip and myself bringing you up with a start that this time next month it'll all be over. BUT, what's not to love about a cold pig in a blanket, turkey sandwich, homemade sausage roll with finely chopped onion muxed in with the sausage meat before baking ...... and a pickled onion. And don't get me started on gammon/ham cooked in Cola - recipe is on my blog and it's utterly fabulous, even without being finished off in the oven with a sugary crust. Drooling here!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  4. Lovely elegant card with beautiful stamping

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  5. A really elegant RD card, love the pine cone corner and the super fancy sentiment.

    Kath x

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  6. Happy Belated Rudolph Day Lesley. Awesome card. xxx

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  7. Very, very cool and nicely elegant. I should play with Rudolph, after having actually made a Christmas card this weekend.

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  8. This is such a pretty card. Love the evergreen boughs here. Just spent an hour over at my daughters house pruning all her evergreens. She has a lot of dead bits on the mugo pines and it felt good to tidy them up for her.
    I charge a large cup of good coffee and she is aces at that task!!!

    Thanks for taking part in the November Rudolph days Challenge.

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  9. This is a beauty! I love the sprig of pine and the red berries.

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  10. Gorgeous card - love the sprig with the red berries and the sentiment is lovely too! xxx

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  11. Hi again. I was so glad to see your name in the RD extra draw. Good luck in the draw and have a fab December!

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