Sunday, 27 June 2021

 These Rudolph days are really sneaking up on me, can't believe this month has gone so quickly.

So it is time for me to pop over to ScrappyMo's with my entry for June.

Three cards using the Woodware - Snowman Family, quite an old stamp but one that never dates. I love stamps like that.

On a personal note, I saw a new, youngish Dr on Thursday and it looks like there may be some movement, pity about the mask though as he seem pretty good looking and intelligent. Really concerned, which is a bit worrying. I have been thinking about these 'Old Wives sayings" and one of them has come to my mind.

I am at the end of my tether, What the heck is a tether?  

Thanks for popping by and any comments you are kind enough to leave. 

Happy Rudolph Day.

Kath x


Claire (Mrs H) said...


meg said...

Your stamped image is wonderful,love the style of the snowmen

Sarn said...

Fab trio of Rudolph Day cards Kath.

Hope the new Doctor can help you feel better.

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Sandra H said...

What a fabulous card great snowmen ⛄️ xx

Crafting Queen said...

Great image, three lovely card. Anesha

brenda said...

Lots of fun Snowmen (or are they snow people theme days?) on your pretty card Kath. Fingers crossed the new GP will get you sorted.

B x

brenda said...

'these' days even!

B x

chrissy xx said...

Sometime the old ones are the best! A smile to put anyone's face.
Great scene Kath. Another three Christmas cards to your collection.

Linby said...

A lovely stamp and it looks great on your cards. As you say a timeless image.

cotnob said...

A fabulous set of Christmas cards Kath, such a fun snowman image.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

These snowmen are so cute and fun, I understand why you love this stamp

Sue said...

Such a fab image the snowmen are so clue what a tether is Kath lol hugs Sue x

Vicky Hayes said...

Thanks for reminding about these snowmen Kath - they are on my 'to hunt for' list! They're so cheerful looking aren't they. I do hope your new GP is able to help you. The end of my tether refers to the practice of tethering or tying a horse or other animal to a stake in the grass so that they can graze but not wander off. When the horse wanders too far, he is pulled up by being tethered and can't go on. Vicky x

Di said...

Also, at the end of his tether he'll have gobbled up all the grass around him and can't reach any more. Who knew?

Super cards Kath - and I've been looking at your recent makes - really lovely work.

You not too well it seems. Take care honey!


Di xx

HilaryJane said...

What a great little collection of cheery snowmen. I agree it is a timeless stamp so one that will get plenty of use xx

Sandma's Handmade Cards said...

Gorgeous cards Kath, the snowmen look so cute. I didn't know that you were seeing a Doctor, so I hope that everything is okay. Take care of yourself. Crafty hugs, Sandra x

Jenny L said...

Hi Kath,
Happy Rudolf Days.
Oh arn't those snowmen so cute and I love the way you have coloured them and given them sparkle.
So sorry we seemed to have locked horns in the Rudolf Challenge again not at all sure how this is happening.
Luckily Maureen saw my email again quickly this time.
I do hope you re-enter this very pretty card again.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Rainey's Craft Room said...

A lovely, fun row of snowmen, a great stamp for batch making those Christmas cards.