Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Rudolph Day June 2016

Well I have to say that I am a little later than usual posting my RD card. I am usually a month in advance but not this time .

I have used the Penny Black Slapstick - Frosty's wish.
LOTV papers and 
Creative Expressions sentiment die.
Well while I was at it thought I amy make a few more as my Christmas cards
numbers are well down on normal by this time of the year.

So here are the other in different colour ways, did two of each.
So off to Scrappymo's to enter these cards in this months challenge and looking forward to seeing the other entries.

Kath x



32 comments:

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Oh wow what a fantastic collection of cards. I love the snowman you've used and the paper piecing that you've done as well.

Sue xx

Valerija said...

This is such a great collection of Christmas cards. Really beautiful!
Thank you for joining us at Rudolph Days Challnege. Good Luck.
Hugs,
Valerija - DT member.

KandA said...

These are fabulous cards Kath. I do love that PB snowman (it's on my wishlist) and the paper piecing of his hat and scarf is perfect xx

scrappymo! said...

The paperpieced snowman is fabulous! I love the way the paper looks like handwaven plaid. You can see the texture!

You got so many cards made and I cannot pick a fave...they are all fabulous!

Thanks for taking part in the June rudolph Days Challenge.

Kath said...

A great collection of cards - they're all fabulous but I think the lilac one is my favourite. Thank you for joining us at the Rudolph Day Challenge and good luck.
Kath x

Viv's Visuals said...

Wow Kath! What a great selection of Christmas cards..you're way ahead of me on numbers - think I've done 3!!! x

Sue B said...

This is a fab set of cards Kath… love the paper pieced snowman… he's really cute!
I haven't made one Christmas Card yet... usually do them all year round. But I've just sent for a Christmas kit of papers and toppers, so hopefully will make a few soon.
Hope you are well
Big hugs Sue B xx

brenda said...

Grief Kath, can I send my Christmas order to you please ? He's a really happy snowman and will do fine for my order.

B x

cotnob said...

A fabulous collection of Christmas cards Kath, such a fun snowman.
Pauline
x

Sandra H said...

Wow Kath what a great selection and l so adore your snowman your so creative and thankyou too for your lovely comments x

SARN said...

Wow - you've gone to town with Frosty the Snowman this month Kath. Love his cute face.

Happy belated Rudolph Day!

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Chris said...

Was wondering where your RD card was Kath!
This one's gorgeous, love the snowman in his paper pieced hat and scarf (and all his brothers and cousins!!!)
Chris
x

mamapez5 said...

What a lovely collection of cards. I love the stamp and the paper piecing, and that die cut sentiment is great. Kate x

Joan said...

Wow, what a great collection of cards, love the snowman and the lovely background papers

Carol L said...

What a great set of fun snowman cards! I love all the paper piecing you've done - they're so cute!!

Di said...

These are wonderful Kath! I LOVE the way you did the paper piecing - works so well with the backing paper the same. Tee, hee - we're almost level pegging on the Christmas card numbers!

Hugs

Di xx

Liz said...

Just fabulous, Kath. Love the stamp you've used, perfect for the lovely paper piecing.

Thanks for joining in the Rudolph Days challenge this month. Good luck! xx

aussie aNNie said...

Oh my these are gorgeous Kath..Fab paper piecing which I just love. I do agree with you re the copic drying quicker, had my promarkers for two years and only found one dry one... {aNNie}

Christine L said...

Wow..... you've been so busy Kath!! And these are all fabulous..... I have a weakness for snowmen... and this one is just the type I like!

Hugs
Christine x

meg said...

Wonderful cards , love that you paper pieced his scarf and top hat to match the papers

Jenny L said...

Hi Kath,
oh I do love these wonderful Rudolf creations.
That snowman stamped image is fantastic, and I love how you have paper pieced the hats, and scarfs.
I think I am going to have to invest in that lovely stamp.
Love all the wonderful colour plaid papers also.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

Oh My Word Kath - I don't know how you manage to make so many cards in such a short time! Perfect paper piecing (as always). Super cards, and I Love the cute Snowman too! Where has this half-year gone to - you have just inspired me to get cracking with my Xmas cards NOW, instead of doing them on Christmas Eve!
Hugs, Sylvia xxx

Bożena Adamusińska said...

Sweet Christmas card. Hat and scarf is a surprising effect. It looks great!
Hugs,
BozenA

Alison C said...

Wow, you've been busy. That should bring your numbers up. It's a great image.

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Oh my gosh! "A few more cards" indeed. You have a snowman army now. I love the plaids paired with the snowman. So wintery and happy. Makes me think of flannel sheets.

MaryH said...

What discipline you have to make multiples of this cutie! Love the snowman image, just delightful, and does he ever look all dressed up with the plaid background. How fun that you made his 'clothes' from the background DP...Like the design layout very much too. TFS & Hugs

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

when I come to your blog for Scrappy Mo's challenge Kath, I am always blown away that you really make that many cards..
I am going to have to lift my game am wa-aay behind and we are on the count down!
A great card .. thanks so much for the inspiration.
Shaz in Oz.x

{Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards}

Bonnie said...

A great job of paper piecing, Kath! Love that plaid and the beautiful font of the die cut sentiment!

KT Fit Kitty said...

Wow, you made so many cards! You are getting way ahead of the game! Your paper-piecing looks gorgeous!

LesleyG said...

Love your tartan army of snowmen, a gorgeous example of paper piecing, and a lovely batch achieved, whereas I am soooo behind target xxx

Mrs A. said...

Theres snow business like snow business. You have been busy making these adorable cards. Playing catch up as my internet is still being a pain. hugs Mrs A.

Pat said...

Gorgeous PB stamp Kath and I love all the variations on a theme and all very pretty. I always love a bit of plaid on Christmas cards. x