Monday, 27 August 2018

Rudolf day for August

 Happy Rudolf day! August has flown by hasn't it? I decided to dig out a stamp I haven't used in a very long time. This is the Chocolate Baroque Poinsettia, bought when they were still Graphicus. I was never very satisfied with my colouring of it back then, but decided to have a go with my (now) favourite colouring medium, zig clean colour markers on watercolour paper. I added a few highlights with a white gel pen and a stardust gel pen. With the second card I added a bit of stamping down each side of the base card with Hobby Art stamps from Christmas foliage.
Do pop over to Mo's blog and take a look at the gorgeous DT cards, and there are still a few days to get working on building your Christmas card stash!
Thanks for looking!

9 comments:

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

I bought this stamp when it first came out too Sally, it's a favourite of mine and I love the two wonderful cards that you've made with it. Your colouring on these two is fantastic.

Sue xx

cuilliesocks said...

Hi Sally it's a beautiful card, gorgeous poinsettias image and your colouring is brilliant. Love the tartan behind it, well of course I would, Kate x

brenda said...

Gorogeous coluring of the beautiful Poinsettia Sally. Happy Rudolph Days - and yes I did remember this month!

B x

scrappymo! said...

Gorgeous cards!!!

i love the image and the beautiful tartan DP. You are such a good colour artist. The highlights are perfect and the blending is beautiful.

Thanks for taking part in the August Rudolph Days Challenge.

Karen D. said...

love this...the plaid is so wonderfully traditional with the poinsettia...well done.
x Karen

Whisper said...

Oooo what a rich stunning traditional card and thanks for joining us at Augusts Rudolph Days Challenge, luv Sam x

Jenny L said...

Hi Sally,
Happy Rudolf Days.
Oh I love these cards and that poinsettia stamp is gorgeous.
Your colouring if it is is excellent and I love your fab stamped designs as it all goes so well with the tarten paper.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

Linby said...

Beautifully coloured as always - what a fab traditional card.

Joan said...

Wow, that's one beautiful poinsettia Sally, love that it has the text behind it and the papers set it off beautifully

ps. I don't seem to get to grips with the Zig pens, must try harder ! I always end up going back to my watercolour paints.