Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Rudolf day for March

 It is time for Rudolf day again over at Scrappy Mo's! This month I have made two cards which are both snowy scenes and feature rabbits (or hares) and trees. All the stamps are from Inkylicious.  I have been searching for a particular sentiment stamp but not found it, so at the moment they have no sentiment. Maybe it is time for a spring clean, lol!
I added glitter using a quicky glue pen and some silver liquid pearls for berries on this second one. I am still not sure if the memento Paris Dusk works particularly well (blue hares??). I think I prefer the first card with its more natural colours (Stormy sky distress ink and tuxedo black versafine). I also added a few squiggles of sakura clear stardust pen along the snowdrifts.
Do join in with Rudolf day if you can. All you need to do is make a Christmas card or two for 25th of the month, and by Christmas you will have a lovely stack ready to go!
I am also linking my cards to Merry Monday where the challenge this week is Trees. Thanks for the heads up, Di!
Thanks for looking!

30 comments:

  1. I love both of these Sally, the glitter gives a really frosty look to the trees.
    Jean x

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  2. They are both beautiful...at first I agreed about loving the second card a bit better...but then I rolled back down the page to reach the comments box and decided they are both equally beautiful. The blue one has a singular beauty of it's own. Very serene and peaceful looking!

    Thanks for taking part in the March Rudolph Days Challenge.

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  3. Wonderful cards, Sally. Fantastic scenes.

    Hugs
    Anke

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  4. Both are a delight Sal, impossible to choose a fav. And I eventually got round to joining in at Mo's.

    B x

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  5. These are both absolutely beautiful Sally! And, they would qualify for this week's Merry Monday challenge of 'tree(s)' too :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  6. Great scenic winter cards Sally.

    Watched your videos the other day . . . very professional and informative.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  7. I love both of these wonderful cards Sally, especially the glistening (glitter) of the trees.

    Sue ss

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  8. 2 Fab cards Sally - I still haven't made a single card for Mo's challenge - don't know where the days are going - I spent a day looking for a die - and I fear it might have got swept into the bin - so another day gone with no makes!

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  9. Two lovely makes Sally and I think I actually like the blue version best

    Joanx

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  10. Lovely snow scenes Sally, like the cute little rabbit

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  11. I just knew this (these) was yours before I saw who's it was, it had to be, no one can do scenes like you.

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  12. Oh wow, i love both these cards. the little rabbit is fabulous and so is the background.

    Kath x

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  13. Sweet cards..love the bunny!

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  14. Both of these are beautiful scenes, Sally! I think the sentiment on the inside will be perfect! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday!

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  15. Love both scenes you made! Doesn't look like it is going to be white her, but the cards look so cool! Hugs, Gerrina

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  16. Beautiful scenic cards, and I like the blue hare, it makes the scene more wintery!

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  17. I love your clever snow scene Sally and the little bunny rabbit is so cute in the glistening snow. Sarah x

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  18. These are so pretty and serene.

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  19. Such calm and peaceful scenes Sally, love that little hare:)
    Val x

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  20. Oh my, Sally what utterly gorgeous cards xxx

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  21. Beautiful cards! I love the peaceful scenes you've created. Thanks so much for joining us at Merry Monday.

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  22. This is a beautiful card. Love the serene, quiet scene.

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  23. Dropped by from Merry Monday to say..."both these cards are fabulous". Great scenes for winter.

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  24. Love it in both colors. The Paris dusk on #2 makes it look like a cool twilight on a snowy evening. So of course the rabbit would have a blue cast to his dark winter coat! You do these snow scenes so impressively, even down to the snowy branches. Wonderful moonlight on the snow hills - Love both of these beautiful cards. TFS & Happy wkend

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  25. Such a wonderful scene you created!! Thanks so much for playing with us at Merry Monday this week!

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  26. Sally, you have shared two beautiful cards! I love the blue and white and all that sparkle...perfect, peaceful scene!

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  27. Wonderful cards, Sally! Love the scenes you've created and the lovely trees! Thanks for playing along with us this week over at Merry Monday! :)

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  28. Two beautiful cards, only wish I could get my scenes looking so good!

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  29. Love both of your little scenes and the touches of bling that you added. Delightful Christmas cards! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday.

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  30. You really know how to make a scene. I think both color combos work well as both portray a quiet snowy evening. Very lovely!

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