Thursday, April 25, 2019

April Rudolph Days Challenge

Time again for the April Rudolph Days Challenge. With that in mind I decided to use a stamp set I recently used before for a Christmas card but this time I went for a totally different look. I love the elegant simplicity of it. With the aid of my Misti and the Kaleidacolor Fruitcake rainbow pad I managed to make a pretty design with the stamp images from the Inkadinkado Christmas Silhouette stamp set.


I die cut the stamped Gina K. Designs Ivory card stock panel with the MFT Die-Namics Wonky Stitched Rectangle Stacker die and then I placed it onto a Gina K. Designs Plum Punch card base. I finished the front panel by adding some gems in coordinating colors. I also die cut another panel to put inside the card.



I really enjoyed working with these solid images. I think the elegance of the designs really make for a gorgeous card.

Well, that was fun and I thank you for the visits. Almost to the weekend again. Predictions are for us to get some snow Saturday. We shall see and if so, hope it is not very much.

Take care and God bless,
Verna

16 comments:

Liz said...

Lovely CAS Christmas card, Verna. I love the changes in colour of the sentiment and the wonky stitched border. xx

Leslie Miller said...

These beautiful Inkadinkado stamps are perfect for the Kaleidacolor pad and it's a good one for Christmas! You easily made a gorgeous card to add to the pile. You're getting there! I hope you don't get snow. I'm sure you're ready to be done with that!

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A fantastic card, I love this gorgeous stamp that you've used.

Sue xx

Diane said...

Beautiful Christmas card with the fabulous stamps you have used, really love the colors!! Snow...acck, what a BAD word lol....we are to get it too on Saturday night, great after I have spent ALL week uncovering my gardens!! Glad you received your prize from DD (finally), sorry I was so late in mailing it, but after I lost my cat I just spent several days being 'bummed' and prior to that went to town TWICE and forgot to take it both times...old age ya know!!

Lisa Babitz said...

I love the multi-colored look that you achieved with the rainbow ink pad. You framed your greeting beautifully with the holly images and gems, and it all looks great on the white. Beautiful card!

laurie said...

Very pretty stamping Verna! I love that stitched frame,too!

Kathy Krug said...

Lovely, Verna. Love the stamps with the different ink shades. Great CAS design.

Kathleen said...

This looks very effective Verna, lovely die, super CAS card and images.

Kath x

Carol L said...

This is a beautiful Christmas make and I like all that sparkly bling!

KT Fit Kitty said...

So pretty, Verna! Love how you stamped it with the Kaleidacolor ink, so cool! Awesome card for Rudolph Day and I'll be posting mine later today as well!

Sheri Gilson said...

Beautiful! Love the fabulous CAS design...I really need to learn to make one layer cards! Great job!

Whisper said...

Oooo what a lovely CAS card and thanks for joining us at April's Rudolph Days Challenge, Luv Sam x

scrappymo! said...

Wonderful card, Verna. I too have this stamp set and love what you did with the holly stamp. It looks great with the multicoloured sentiment!

Thanks for taking part in the April Rudolph Days Challenge.

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

I am a big fan of Kaleidocolor inkpads - your card is wonderful!

Lisa said...

This is gorgeous!! Love the design!

Dandi93 said...

Awesome holiday card Verna, love your use of the Kaleidacolor Fruitcake rainbow pad bringing in all of the colors for the sentiment.. Well done my dear

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