So - it's time for the first Rudolph Day challenge of the year on Maureen's Scraps of Life blog.
First I would like to give a very warm welcome to my new follower Swissie. I do hope you will pop in to see her lovely work.
To make my card I wiped various colours of distress ink on different parts of my craft mat then sprayed with water. I wiped pieces of white card over different areas of the mat so that I had a variety of coloured pieces then dried them with my heat gun. They were cut into pieces to be used for batch making Christmas cards.
I stamped onto the backgrounds using brown ink using a Hero Arts cling stamp then stamped randomly round the edge of each piece with a Versamark ink pad. I sprinkled on gold embossing powder and heat set it.
I stuck on the trees which were die cut from scraps of white card with a Marianne die then coloured the star with a gold Krylon pen and added some gold twine at the bottom.
The sentiments were all stamped onto strips of the coloured card and I used a versamark pen to gold emboss the edges of each strip.
I would also like to enter this card in the Pixie's Snippets Playground Week 213