It's the 25th of the month which can only mean one thing - time for the Rudolph Days April Challenge. The challenge is open every month from 25th until the end of the month. So, you've got just a few days to get your entry in and have the chance to win a lovely prize.
I'm on the DT team this month and this is the card I made. I thought I'd have a change from red or green and decided to use some of the beautiful papers from a Lili of the Valley 'Frosty Christmas' paper stack.
All the patterned papers are snippets from a Lili of the Valley 'Frosty Christmas' paper pad. As Lili of the Valley have stopped selling their lovely paper pads, I'm try to make sure I don't waste even the tiniest piece! I saw a tutorial in a magazine last year to make this fold and it was on my list of techniques to try......BUT.....I discovered on Janice's blog HERE that Spellbinders make a pop-up die set, 'Happy Days', that does all the work for you! How could I resist such a brilliant set of dies? The tree is a Poppystamp 'Snow Flocked Tree' die cut, with Glamour Dust added to make it sparkle. The snowflakes are from the Memory Box 'Twilight Snowflakes' set of dies. The tree and sentiment were die cut from snippets and are attached with foam pads.
I'm looking forward to seeing all the lovely creations this month over on the Rudolph Days Challenge, so get out all your Christmassy stash and join in the fun.
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