Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Winter Scene for Rudolph Days

Hi there.  I'm so glad you could stop by!

It's the last challenge of this year for Rudolph Days.

One of the highlights of this year was spending time in Vancouver with some crafty friends.
While we were there, Maureen, of Rudolph Days, stopped by for lunch and a visit.
She is as lovely in person as I thought she'd be.  She brought several die cuts to share with us.
This is the last of what I brought home.  Thank you Maureen!

I've placed the layers on an alcohol inked background with green and lots of silver mixative.

To add a festive touch, I spread some Dazzling details all over the trees and ground.

It's very sparkly!

Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.


Card Recipe
Stamps: Mixed Christmas Sentiments (HLS) 
Ink:   Wow Emb. pad
Paper:   Neenah, Photo
Other:  Die (???), Pewter EP, Alcohol Ink, Dazzling Details


Chris said...

It's a beautiful design Bonnie, and how lovely to use the die cuts Maureen gave you for the last challenge of the year.

Marcia Hill said...

Soooo pretty Bonnie! Love the stark white against that beautiful AI background and really like the die cut opening you used too! And of course all the sparkle!! Lovely, lovely card!! Hope you and your family have a blessed and Happy Thanksgiving!! Hugs. :0)

LeAnne said...

This is gorgeous! I would never think to use a green background but it is beautiful! That die is amazing!

Liz said...

A beautiful, sparkly winter scene, Bonnie. Super card. xx

Pat said...

What a beautiful die cut scene Loll and so lovely of Mo to bring them along for you all. I love the bit of sparkle over the trees and snow slopes, and the beautiful rich green and silver background offers a great contrast to the white. x

Pat said...

Sorry Bonnie, I just had a senior moment. I had been looking at Loll's blog and so wrote her name without thinking what I was rude, at least I got Maureen x

Carole said...

Beautiful card Bonnie. I love the sparkly scene and your fantastic background. x

Trina P. said...

Wow, that dark green / silver AI background is stunning. Such a unique and fun sky colour. Good reminder... I’ve forgotten about those white die cuts Maureen generously gave us.

Jenny L said...

Hi Bonnie,
Happy Rudolf Days.
Oh how I love this wonderful scene on your card.
Love the shape of the aperture it makes such a wonderful change from just round or square.
Beautiful colour background as well.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

Faith A at Daffodil Cards said...

Love the dark green background, it all looks wonderful.
Faith x

JoAnn said...

A beautiful scene you created with that lovely background. It just sets off the lovely trees and deer. Love it.

I Card Everyone said...

Such a gorgeous, tranquil, Winter scene, Bonnie! So very beautiful!
Happy Thanksgiving! xx

Nstiz said...

Your background is just gorgeous! The white die cut scene looks outstanding on it. Love that contrast! I love the added glitter too. Happy Thanksgiving!

Vicky Hayes said...

You've created the most gorgeous scene with your die cuts Bonnie. I love the glittery trees against the dark green background. How wonderful to have met up with Maureen and enjoyed lunch and some crafting together :) Vicky x

Christine Alexander said...

Bonnie what a great background for Maureen's die cut. That was such a great get together :)

Sandy said...

Beautifully done - loe that color green.
Sandy xx

Brenda in IN said...

That dark green AI background is so beautiful and the die from Maureen looks wonderful with it.

Papercraft Boutique said...

Love the dark green AI background with the wonderful forest scene die-cuts, Bonnie! The shine from the glitter look so pretty!
Hideko xx

BożenA said...

A beautiful winter scene. I love the glow that you added to the elements of the stage. A unique holiday card.

Susan said...

Thanks for the lovely memory of our great lunch with Maureen! A beautiful card created with one of her gifts she brought!

Loll said...

I love the deep, saturated colour of your sky, Bonnie. So gorgeous with the layered white die-cuts. Maureen is so generous and it was great to meet her in person. xx