Monday, January 28

Rudolph day challenge [January]

Over on UKScrappers Jue Jue has come up with the fab idea of making 5 Christmas cards on the 25th of each month. That way by Christmas you should have 55 cards .... which is a pretty good start me thinks!

So I know it is early and some of you will think I am barking but Hey Ho .... or is it Ho Ho :0))

I decided to restrict myself a bit further, the cards are very simple and are all made from one sheet of lovely Christmassy paper. The Basic Grey Figgy Pudding Range to be precise.

In addition I used my crafty individuals stamp and Dawn Bibby's holly stamp.

Jue Jue this is a fab idea - pure genius - Thank you for organising me!

Rudolph5

Rudolph4

Rudolph3 Rudolph2

 Rudolph1

14 comments:

Fifi-T said...

Lovely cards, I particularly like the jumbled up holly window style card.

Linda Elbourne said...

Thank You Feef's - they are just inchie squares of paper .... really handy to do if you are low on a paper you particularly like!

Lesley said...

lovely cards Linda - I love No. 5!! xx

Linda Elbourne said...

That is the good thing about starting them early Lesley - you can remember what you did last year LOL

She said...

Lovely cards Linda. Well done you! :-) xxxx

kreativgeschwafel said...

this is a really clever idea!!! i think i'll start that on february ... 50 cards are also a wonderful stock for me ...
best wishes,
ilonka

Shaz said...

lovely cards Linda xx

craftyscot said...

great cards Linda
shazza
x

Lydia said...

Wonderful Linda! Well done you xx

daisy said...

What a great idea. The cards are stunningly beautiful Linda - I hope I'll be on your Christmas card list this year :o)

CraftyC said...

Some really nice cards!
Clairexx

EllePiggo said...

Wow - well done for getting started and well done for doing them with one sheet! :)
They're great.:)
Vanessa.

Hels said...

Gorgeous, I love these even more than M&S mini coconut choccy rolls :O))

ink'n'rubba said...

love your christmas cards, especially the last one, gorgeous stamp on that one.

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