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Golden Rudolph

 Hi Everyone,

I am back with a Christmas card - trying to stick with my weekly card. I got inspired to play along with the Can you handle the pressure challenge and combined it with Christmas Kickstart

I dry embossed the background and sprayed it lightly with shimmer spray - doesn't really show on the photo. I die cut Rudolph (Memory Box). I trimmed the card and added ancient Washi tape on the side. I also added some gold thread under Rudolph and gave him a red nose with a tiny gem. Added the sentiment (Darkroom Door) with foam tape and added a few enamel dots.

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting. 

Linking up with:
Can you handle the pressure challenge - anything goes with an embossing folder
Christmas Kickstart - Meidas touch (add some gold)


Flo said…
Du fängst aber auch schon früh mit Weihnachtskarten an! Die Karte sieht richtig festlich aus. Toll gemacht.
papierelle said…
Bin ganz begeistert, wie Du den Glanz auf den Fotos eingefangen hast und natürlich auch von Deiner Karte. Bezaubernd!!!
Dotty Jo said…
Love your card - such a great fit with the theme for both challenges. Thanks for joining Linda and me at Christmas kickstart, Jo x
I adore Poppy's whittle reindeer and how amazing does he look in gold?? Love this, Cornelia!! Thanks for sharing at Christmas Kickstart!!
Diane said…
This is a fabulously beautiful and creative card!!
Thank you for joining our challenge at Can You Handle The Pressure!
Diane CYHTP Co-Owner
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Vickie Y said…
Beautiful! Thank you for sharing with us at Can You Handle the Pressure Embossing Folder Challenge.

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