Sunday, November 28, 2021

November Rudolph Days


 I paper-pieced the numbers in this Woodware stamped image to create one more Christmas card. The leaves were done with colored pencils and I added red stickles to the berries and outlined the frame with a gold marker pen. I won this stamp in the playground some years ago and I still love it after using it every year to make some cards.

I'm sharing this over at the November Rudolph Days challenge to make a Christmas card. 

The pace is picking up as Christmas grows closer and I have so much to do with such little time to spare! Hopefully I can get it all finished in time!

Thanks for stopping by and make it a great day whatever you do!

Carol

17 comments:

LeAnne said...

Lucky you to have won this pretty stamp! Love the piecing and the GLIMMER!

Wendy said...

Ohhh I love this, Carol! Love how you paper pieced the numbers and the pretty colored holly leaves! Simple but really pretty! I hope you find some time to get your Christmas preparations done. I get overwhelmed at this time of year and the older I get the more I dread the holidays. Tis the season, right?!

crafty-stamper said...

Great card and stamp,love the paper pieced numbers
Carol x

JD/ Jill said...

Lovely Christmas card, great design!

Jenny L said...

Hi Carol,
Happy Rudolf Days.
What a very lovely paper pieced card.
That stamp is a brilliant one and I love your paper pieceing design.
Great papers used also.
Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

Fabulous CAS, Carol!! Love it so much! The paper pieced "25" looks really fabulous, as well the gold frame made with markers! The sparkling berries add a lovely festive feel! Very well done!
Stay strong and enjoy your days! Christmas is just behind the corner :)

aussie aNNie said...

Lovely card Carol, for Christmas love the colours and design. xx

cotnob said...

A super card Carol, a fabulous stamp, it looks lovely paper pieced as the focal point - a great win.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

R's Rue said...

So beautiful.

Faith A at Daffodil Cards said...

A Beautiful card Carol, I love this stamp and how you use it and have coloured it. I can see why you love it.
Faith x

Christine said...

How lovely to see this stamp being used so perfectly. I have altered this stamp so it reads Happy Birthday for my friend and often wondered what it looked like originally. Love the paper piecing.
Thanks for sharing

Brenda said...

Cute and festive card Carol! I can't believe the count down is on!!! I'm feeling the pressure too and still have much to do as well. Why does Christmas come with so many pressures?! lol We will get it done, or as I say, what is done is done and what is not, is not! Hugs, Brenda

Stampsnob. said...

No hiding that day Lovely card ......Lis

linda said...

Such a festive image and perfectly suited to a crisp white background, Carol! thank you so much for playing along with the Rudolph Days Challenge and for the kind words about my DT cards.
Linda, DT

Veronica Lee said...

Beautiful Christmas card, Carol.

Happy Wednesday!

Claire said...

Ooh that's a nice card and the stamp is perfect for paper piecing in those numbers which look fab in the red polka dot paper. I do like the mix of mediums you've used to create a very pretty and effective festive card x

Witchcrafted Life said...

What a fun, delightfully upbeat holiday season greeting. I adore the use of polka dots for the lettering. It's a standout touch - and a great reminder to all of us that letters and numbers can be patterned sometimes (not just solid coloured).

Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life