How is your week going? What things have you been up to. Our neighbours have finally replaced the broken fence between our properties. I have been holding back from doing any planting in our front border in case in got trodden on. Now I have the delightful prospect of working out which plants to put in.
I have challenged myself to join in with the Rudolph Days challenge every month. The challenge is for Christmas cards and starts on the 25th of the month and runs until the end of the month. I was doing quite well with making Christmas cards earlier in the year but just so much else to do I haven't made so many. If it wasn't for the Rudolph Days challenge I might not have made any. I really don't want to be making them at the last minute the way I did last year.
I was looking for something in my Christmas stash and I came across some packing for some slipper socks that I had saved. I love the snowflake border around the edge of the panels I matted and layered the panels.
I found a square image for the top of the card.
The sentiment cut with a John Next Door die fitted onto one of the flaps.
The second card was made in the same way.
I cut a sentiment with a Creative Expressions die in white glitter card.
This snowflake was on one of the panels I added a die cut snowflake over the top.
Here are both cards together both made from the same packaging.
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