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Sunday, 26 November 2017

Last Rudolph Days For 2017

First let me say sorry for being absent for the last couple of weeks, what can I say except I've been off enjoying myself. First at Craftaganza, held by Crafters Companion, which was up in Durham. Then the following weekend I attended a weekend workshop held by Clare Chervill from My Creative Spirit, this was making a beautiful Graphic 45 project. I'll show you photos later. Now onto today and its time for the final Rudolph Days Challenge for this year. I managed to take part every month except May when I was out of the country. This has meant that I have managed to make quite a stash of cards already to pop into the post next month. I would like to thank Maureen for holding this fun challenge every month, it certainly helped me build my stash up. This year I have enjoyed playing with my embossing folders and distress inks to make some of my Christmas cards. Some of the folders have been new and some I've had hidden away for a while, they are great for batch making. Here are four that I had fun with.






Thanks for taking the time to look and your kind comments which are always appreciated.

Sue

18 comments:

  1. Stunning cards Sue, I am loving those two Merry Christmas dies...not seen ones like that before really nice. Beautiful colours too. xx[aNNie]🎄

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  2. Embossing folders used to very good effect here - love them all but think my choice would be the ones with words (just love text for design)

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  3. Gorgeous cards and backgrounds, the embossing folders have added great dimension and texture. Happy Sunday xx

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  4. Absolutely beautiful Sue and I've really admired how you've cracked on with your Christmas cards this year. I really must try to make more each month. Pleased to hear that you've been enjoying your crafty adventures and I can't wait to see what you've made. Crafty hugs, Sandra x

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  5. What a super collection of Christmas makes Sue, I particularly like the bold blue and silver combo on the first. Pleased you enjoyed your crafting retreats.

    B x

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  6. Hi Sue,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    what very brilliant cards and such lovely designs too.
    I really like all the super colours and embossing.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  7. Love your cards, they are great designs

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  8. Lovely cards Sue, great use of your embossing folders and I love that
    Merry Christmas die.

    Joan

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  9. Good to hear you have been enjoying yourself, Sue! Your cards are all wonderful! I too am feeling happy with my sizeable stash of Christmas cards this year

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  10. Beautiful cards Sue, fabulous backgrounds - so pretty.
    It's nice to hear that you have been enjoying yourself recently.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  11. Super background and some fabulous sentiments and images.

    Kath x

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  12. Fabulous cards Sue, I love the dies you have used. It sounds as though you’ve been having a lovely time crafting.
    Janice x

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  13. What a lovely selection of cards!

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  14. Gorgeous cards, Sue. I especially love the embossed backgrounds on the Merry Christmas cards. xx

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  15. Beautiful inky combos, beautiful effect from your embossing folders, and very beautiful cards! I can not pick a fave as I love them all...

    Thanks for taking part in the November Rudolph days Challenge.

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  16. A gorgeous selection of cards Sue. It sounds as if you've had a fun couple of weeks. Well Done You! Barbxx

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  17. Really love the colours you have blended for the backdrop to the word dies - fabulous cards Sue. x Anne

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  18. Wonderful Christmas card designs. I love all the pretty colored backgrounds.

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Thank you for taking the time to look, and your kind comments which are always appreciated.