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Friday, December 4, 2009

Seasons Greetings From Rudolph

When I saw this image from Stamping Dragon Designz for their challenge all I could think of was the TV show of Rudolph and when he was learning to fly and kept landing on his you know what!!!!!!! So I flew with this idea for my card!!!! I put our little guy on a sheet of ice and his is landing on his soft spot! This challenge was so easy peasy if I am to use the phrase I see on so many blogs. Everything I needed was given to me. I have never downloaded the paper before, first time for me. All I had to add was my IMAGINATION! I colored the image with chalk and copics - now I know you haven't heard that from me before. I glazed his antlers, feet and of course his beaming red nose. I finally went to the art store yesterday and purchased some stickles and my gosh are they fun to use. So stickles it is on the vellum I used as ice,on the brim of his hat and a bit on the poinsettia. So here is the finished piece of art and I am on my way to Mr. Linky at Stamping Dragon's Monthly Challenge. Remember you can get all of Stamping Dragon Designz this month at 50% off at Digital-Ink Co.. What a deal!!!!! Wish me luck!

5 comments:

  1. Kym I love this card and I love how you put the ice under him....Great job

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  2. How precious that is adorable Kym the Ice is great he always has been a clumsy one it fits him perfectly :)

    Thankyou for playing I hope to see you next month :)

    Hugs Janette
    Stamping Dragon Designs

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  3. Oh me too Kym, how ingenious you are...that takes all the guessing out of it lmao...beautiful card my dear...good luck with Janette's challenge
    hugz
    stitchy

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  4. Awww Kym,

    You made that little guy looks so lovable. I just want to squeeeeeeze him!! Super duper job hun!

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  5. Hi Kym! I love how you added ice under him! What a great idea and so very cute!

    hugs
    Mary

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