Sunday, 26 March 2017

March Rudolph Day

It's Rudolph Day time again over at Scrappy Mo's blog. For my card this month I used an embossing folder for the door and surround which was a free gift with a mag. The wreath was part of it too - I began to give up when I realised how many times I needed to cut it out - but got there in the end. I mounted it onto a piece of card with a snowfall embossing folder from CC and then used CE Glitter Kiss over the top - leaving it a little random so it looked even more like snow.
That was going to be it - but then I decided to use one of the TL lady dies and a sentiment which I drop shadowed.

13 comments:

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Oh wow this is stunning, I love the gorgeous reds you've used. This card will certainly be a stand out card.

Sue xx

Jenny L said...

Hi Linby,
oh my word I do love this gorgeous card.
You have created it beautifully, and the colours are so wonderful.
Love that beautiful red mirri door, and the wreath.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

scrappymo! said...

This is a stunning card!!!
I am in love with that door and door frame. Especially the way you have done it up with the mirri card. Your TL lady really suits this door card. She is so elegant!

Thanks for taking part in the March Rudolph Days Challenge.

Juls said...

Loving the shiney red door xx

julie_woolston said...

Absolutely gorgeous Lynn very elegant.
Hugs Julie xxx

cheryl said...

Oh just love the reds hun really love it hugs cheryl xxx

Liz said...

What a fabulous card! So elegant and classy. xx

Sandma's Handmade Cards said...

I almost bought the mag with this embossing folder but I'm trying to have more self restraint. Unfortnately, I'm kicking myself now as it looks absolutely fabulous. I love your use of the colour red in this card and you lady looks very classy, I bet she will be getting a Sable left under the tree from Santa! ;). Crafty hugs, Sandra x

Carol L said...

"Behind the Red Door" came immediately to mind when I saw this card. I think that was an old movie title if I'm not mistaken? The vintage lady and pretty wreath are just gorgeous with that flaming red door!

Daffodil Cards said...

I almost bought the mag too, BUT din't! now kicking myself. Love your door and it's wreath and finished off beautifully with the Lady.
Faith
x

Barb said...

Wow she really is a glamorous lady. A really beautiful Christmas card Lynne. Barbxx

SARN said...

BRILLIANT! Love all the shine. Very nice Rudolph Day card xxx

Kathleen said...

Wow, what a stunning card, love the gorgeous red against the white and the red and green Lady.

Kath x