Monday, 28 September 2015

Rudolph Day!

I can't believe another month has gone by.

Here is my card for Scrappy Mo's Rudolph Day Challenge and I'm so glad to be taking part again this month.

Mo holds her challenge on the 25th of the month and always offers a lovely prize to the lucky winner.

It's an A6 parchment card that was pretty quick to do.  I put a bit of green behind the leaves,  a little pink Sakura stardust on the bell and enamel dots for the berries.

The heart brad holds the parchment onto the backing card.


21 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Barb. A very elegant card. xx

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  2. This is awesome, Barb! Beautiful bells and that bit of color adds extra elegance!

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  3. What a beautiful, stunning creation! I love the colors and the parchment look - it's amazing!

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  4. Wow Barb what a work of art, love the design, pop of color and parchment.

    Hugs Diane

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  5. This is so very pretty. I love the overall look of it. I have read about this technique before but never tried it...Now I want to!!!

    Thanks for taking part in the September Rudolph Days Challenge.

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  6. Beautiful! The parchment work is gorgeous and the brad really sets it off
    jane

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  7. Simply smashing, looks so elegant

    Kathyk

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  8. Wholeheartedly agree with Kathy K's comment above.
    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  9. Ooh Barb, that's gorgeous.....you must be so patient.
    hugs Jo x

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  10. Wowsers Barb, you are so casual saying it was pretty quick looks really wonderful. Vellum is such a graceful medium isn't it??.
    Thanks for the inspiration one day I am going to try parchment craft ( okay along with a host of other things :D)
    Shaz in Oz.x

    {Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

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  11. Wow, this is stunning, Barb! Is parchment the same as vellum? Love the white embossing - a very beautiful card!

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  12. I'm impressed with your parchment card, I tried it once but lost the will to live. Not enough patience.
    A beautiful and delicate Christmas card.

    Hugs Erika. x

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  13. Gorgeous card, love the image and the way you have used the parchment card, something I have no success with at all.

    Kath x

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  14. Beautiful card, fabulous image with the lovely touch of colours xx

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  15. This is gorgeous! I admire your patience with the parchment card too! Chrisx

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  16. So elegant and beautiful! Love it!

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  17. oh wow! This is just beautiful. I tried parchment many years ago, but it is not for me. Every time I thought I was done the tutor kept telling me I needed to rub some more!
    Thanks for visiting my blog.
    Linby x

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  18. beautiful parchment card xxx

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  19. Had to miss Rudolph Day for Sept., but glad I get to see your incredibly beautiful card--love the elegance!

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