Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Seasons Greeting from Rudolph


I am not normally a last minute person, but somehow, the deadline for this week's CAS-ual Friday's CFC #31 Challenge snuck up on me.  I really wanted to play along, because I have several bottles of mist that I recently purchased, but was always too intimidated to actually use.  This challenge was just what I needed to get going.

I used my recently purchased Prancer stamp from Market Street Stamps, but turned him into Rudolph with a red rhinestone dot, just for fun.  I used Perfect Pearls Mist on a piece of  Dark Chocolate cardstock that I had run through my Cuttlebug with a Sizzix Snowflake embossing folder.

Here is a close up of the misted cardstock:

Supplies Used (PTI):
Stamps:  Market Street Stamps Prancer
Paper:  Rustic Cream, Dark Chocolate, Pure Poppy
Other:  Sizzix Embossing Folder, Mat Stack #4, Photo Finishers Die

Thanks for Visiting


  1. Joyce this is beautiful. I love the LO and the mist really does add that special something. Such a great entry for this week's CAS-UAL Friday challenge!

  2. This is really sparkly, and I have got to try some of that mist! It really looks good on that dark chocolate cardstock, love the little rhinestone on Rudolph.

  3. Lovely!
    Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!

  4. Joyce this is beautiful...
    love that embossed background!
    And how cute to add the red nose!!
    A fabby card!! :)

  5. how, that's sparkly! Love your rudolph, and that embossed, misted background is gorgeous!

  6. Love that you got inky with your new Market Street Stamps! I just love Prancer and he's awesome as Rudolph :) Thanks for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  7. This is so adorable, love the red nose. It almost looks like you used a copper paper. Im going to look at those MSStamps.

  8. Love the misting on your card! Really great job!

  9. Fantastic card Joyce, I love the reindeer and your misting does add a perfecttouch. I haven't delved into that world yet.

  10. Joyce...just too dang cute! That is one technique I have not tried yet and you did such a beautiful job.


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