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Wednesday, 31 October 2018

October Rudolph Days Challenge

Hi everybody.  It is time again for the Rudolph Days Challenge, and I am just rushing in through the gates and late again.  I will try to be more prepared next month as it will be the last one before Christmas.  This challenge is run by the lovely Mo, and although there is no point at all me suggesting that you do the challenge this month as it is about to close, but maybe next month, or certainly start the new year with the resolution to keep making your cards so that there isn't that sudden rush and panic come Christmas.


Anyway, here is my card, the quickest card ever I think.  This is another upcycling of a card using the whole card front as the design, cut with a scalloped die and added on to a piece of dark blue card.  The only extra embellishment is a little white snowflake which I found in the bits bag that I keep with old cards and embellishments I have made and not used.  Not much imagination used here but really wanted to enter the challenge albeit rather late,  as I have managed every month so far, and hopefully next month too to make the whole set...lol.

Thank you for visiting today and I hope to see you again soon. 

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful up-cycling of that wonderful scene Pat

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  2. A lovely card and great upcycling too.
    Kath x

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  3. Lovely scene Pat - re-cycling at it's best! x

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  4. Gorgeous card Pat, brilliant upcycling with this one, is a perfect scene, Kate x

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  5. WOW what a stunning snowy scene and thanks for joining in October's Rudolph Challenge, so sorry for not leaving a comment sooner, only I've not been well, Luv Sam x

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