Sunday, 26 May 2019

Rudolf Day for May

 Hi there! It is  time for another Rudolf Days Challenge over at Scrappy Mo's. This month I have been playing with a lovely little set of foliage stamps from Uniko called Natures Treasures to make some single layer cards. The stamps are an absolute bargain at just £5 for the set. I started by putting a strip of masking tape across each card and then sponged Distress ink in Bundled sage. I stamped the foliage in distress ink and Versafine clair before taking off the masking tape, adding a sentiment and dotting with liquid pearls and glitter glue.
 Here is a photo of them both together.
Thanks for looking and I hope your Bank Holiday weekend is full of everything you love xxx

12 comments:

Mrs A. said...

Adding the berries has made those stamped leaves come to life. I love those two colours that you have used together her. Hugs Mrs A.

Helen said...

Absolutely beautiful cards, Sally! I agree, the berries make them!

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

The addition of the pearldrops on the foliage makes these cards look so festive Sally, I love them both.

Thank you for joining in the Rudolph Days challenge this month.
Sue xx

Joan said...

Lovely cards Sally, I struggle with small stamps but you have made great use of them, love the shiny berries


Joan

Viv said...

Brilliant cards Sally - the set now added to my (toilet roll length) wish list!

cuilliesocks said...

Such beautiful cards Sally, the stamped images and fabulous, the colours and design too Kate x x

Daffodil Cards said...

You've shown me stamping doesn't need to be complicated to be VERY Beautiful Sally, gorgeous cards.
Faith x

Lynne K said...

Gorgeous! I need that set! xx

Kathleen said...

Wow, two really super cards, love those stamps and your choice of colours, great designs too.

Kath x

mamapez5 said...

What a lovely and unusual card. All the glitter and pearl drops are perfect.
I prefer the diagonal sentiment strip, but both are great. Kate x

Sarn said...

Hi Sally . . . LOVE your masking and inking techniques on these cards. Hmmm, might have to invest in that set myself! Darn it!

Hugs, Sarn xxx

scrappymo! said...

Love the look of this method of leaving the accent bar, or in this case the unaccented bar for your sentiment. Especially love the angled one!

hanks for taking part in the May Rudolph Days Challenge.