1. The Rudolph Days Challenge will start each month on the 25th, and will close at midnight PST, on the last day of that month.
2. The theme is always Anything Goes, as long as it is Christmas.
3. One entry per person and you just need to enter one Christmas card or Christmas project.
4. You may combine your entry with other challenges (maximum of 10 in total).
5. Your card (or Christmas project) should not have been previously posted to your blog. It should be posted to your blog during the current months Rudolph Days Challenge, (between the 25th and last day of the current month)
6. Please link back to or at least mention, the Rudolph Days Challenge.
7. Prizes will be shipped anywhere in the world.
8. The winner will be selected by random draw and announced on the first day of the following month.
Our designers have been very busy making sure you have lots of creative inspiration. In no particular order we have....
Shaz has been busy batch baking! This is such a lovely Bethlehem image.
Gloria Lee @ Gloria's Craft Room has made this bright and fun, nontraditional card.
Linda S@ Snail's Space has also made a non traditional coloured card. This wee angel card holds a tag sentiment.
Donna Rinkle @ Indiana Inking made this lovely Santa snow globe card. So festive and fun!
Dr. Sonia @ Cards, Crafts, Kid's Projects has a made a pop-up Christmas card with a slider element.She has the instructions on her post.
My card was made at my Langley Stampers Club. I do really like this card but must confess that I have mixed feelings regarding its origins. The tri-coloured red front panel started off as a paint chip from one of the large Box Stores in our area. The lady who hosted this months class, took enough chips from the store for all of our card kits. Perhaps I am a bit overly picky but I felt like I was using "hot" goods!
We punched out the trees and ran them through a manual Cuttlebug using a Swiss Dots EF. We lightly sanded those embossed trees till the white core showed through, and then swapped the placement of the darkest and lightest tree. I had some teensy diamond stars from the $ store that I added to the tops once I was home.
I stamped my sentiment and added another tree die cut to the front of the insert as I want to use the inside pages of the insert to add a bit of a Christmas letter. Once I was home, I stamped a small Imaginesque Xmas tree stamp onto the flap of the envelope.
The prize this month is a surprise! It will be a Christmas theme Memory Box die of course. I am up at Mum's again and forgot to record the name of the die on this post. Watch this blog for an update once I am home again.