I googled reindeer food and this poem popped up about a billion times. I just typed it up and die cut it into a circle. (If you click on the picture you may be able to read the poem easier.) Then added my reindeer stamp on top.
Rudolph's Spares are made from tiny round tin containers filled with Red Hots candy. I found these containers in the bridal department at Michaels.I found the Rudolph image in an online coloring page.
My Glimmer Card Stock package from The PaperTemptress store came in handy for this little project as well. I printed my Rudolph image on pearl glimmer using my computer printer and it came out great!
Today I'm sharing a card made from the Flowers and Holly stamp set. I chose to focus on the holly today because I'm really starting to feel the Christmas spirit this week! ;D
I felt like a clean, crisp design would show off this pretty sprig of holly. Because I'm a color junkie I added a pop of purple behind my sentiment.
It's so nice to be able to go to the Red Rubber Designs store to purchase your stamps... and pick pick up your card stock and other crafty supplies as well! One stop shopping is what I like. My sentiment is from the Peace on Earth stamp set.
Now for the Contest Details:
The contest for the month is to guess the total number of flowers in the floral arrangement in the attached photo. (click on phote to enlarge)
Only 1 guess is allowed and should be sent to contest@RedRubberDesigns.com. One winner will be chosen from the correct answers. If there is no correct guess, the person who comes the closest will receive the spotlight stamp " Flowers and Holly".
In case of a tie, a random draw will take place between those tied. Contest ends Sunday, December 9 at midnight CST.
This is one of the snowflake buttons I've hoarded for awhile. Hope I can find more have been in my stash for a couple years.
I simply stamped and embossed the word Joy. I then used my circle die to cut it out. Then I rolled it and inserted it into the clear ornament I found at Michaels. It can be a bit of a challenge to unroll once inside the ornament but after a little effort I think it turned out ok.
I'm thinking I'll try a transparency or vellum in the next one I make. But overall it was a fun and fairly quick project!
Ack!!! My computer crashed a few days ago... no fun at all.
But I'm finally back using a borrowed one. Too bad all the pictures of my projects were on the sick computer all edited and everything! But I finally got a pretty one re-edited and uploaded for today's post.
This lovely Joy stamp is from the Red Rubber Designs store. It makes a nice big statement on your project with the beautiful font and elegant swirls. I just added a little purple to match my ribbon and purple card stock.
These snowflake buttons have been in my stash for a couple years. Pretty sure they were a Michaels find. I hope they have more...I loved the pretty seasonal bling they added to my card!
I have a pretty ornament to match this card. I'll share it soon. ;D
One winner will be chosen from the correct answers. If there is no correct guess, the person who comes the closest will receive the spotlight stamp "Twinkle in the Eye". In case of a tie, a random draw will take place between those tied.
Contest ends Sunday, November 4 at midnight (CST).
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Also, you'll receive a FREE stamp set with every order this month."Awareness", a set of 11 stamps.
I have two sweet little CAS projects to share. Perfect to brighten someone's day and to say I'm thinking of you.