Saturday, 27 October 2012

Snowflake Splodge-A-Mask, Distress Inks and a Cuttlebug Die for...... Rudolph Day!

Yo ho all you crafty bloggers.... Three Christmas cards today so I can join in with Sarn's 'Rudolph Day'.  Please pop over and have a 'nose' (get it!) ... not long until the BIG day, so you should be knee deep in Christmas cards by now!

Have a go at making these, if you like. Very quick and easy to do. Just what we crafters need when we have lots of cards to make.
White Linen card stock, Distress Ink pads, Splodge-A-Mask Snowflake Mask and a Cuttlebug Snowflake Die. 
A few gems and some sentiment stamps from LOTV and 'Bob's yer Father Christmas'! 
Thanks for your visit to my blog today ... back tomorrow so I hope to see you again then. 
Have a good weekend.... F1 racing for me.... happy days! 
Eileen xx  

17 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Eileen, really beautiful inking. Qualifying was fun wasn't it? Of course Seb is on Pole! hugs Karen

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  2. Gorgeous cards Eileen, love the inking technique and colours. Very elegant ! Happy Weekend ! Shirleyxx

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  3. Hello Matey . . . WOW - loving these CAS "merry and bright" festive makes. Thanks you for entering them in my Rudolph Day challenge. Good luck in the draw.

    Have a fab rest of the weekend.

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

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  4. Love them, how you keep comming up with such beautiful work time after time is amazing xxx

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  5. Fantastic cards and terrific colours.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  6. Wow, these are so lovely....especially the first one, I just love the colours you've used. The linen cardstock looks like fabric, it's fab. xx

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  7. Absolutely fabuloussssssssssssssss darling lol huggles hun xxxxxxxxxx

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  8. Such great cards with this effect, love them and can see all possibilities with this! warm greet Mirandax

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  9. Wxcellent set of cards, very nice color combinations too! Love the mask with the popped up dies, very clever! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

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  10. These are so stunning Eileen, I love the colours and the snowflakes look beautiful
    Lindsay xx

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  11. Wow! I am loving these cards!! Such a cool technique!! Beautiful!

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  12. Three great and very imaginative cards Eileen, I love the bright and different colours you've chosen, not the usual choice for crimbo but the addition of the snowflakes just tie it all together xxx

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  13. Simplistic but stunning Eileen, such a simple but effective technique, especially when you have loads to make, and I haven't yet started.....panic is setting in..........Dee x

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  14. ah these are really smashing Eileen you win al the prizes for these beauties hard to pick but think being a mauve girl it just might win..great inky share! Shaz in Oz.x

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