Saturday, December 07, 2019

Vintage Rudolf

Happy Friday Cottage Cutz fans!  It's Jeanne today with a card that reminds me of the style of Christmas cards around when I was a little girl.  This card is also quick to create and would be easy to make in multiples as we get down to the wire in the holiday cardmaking season!
I cut the reindeer from white and Crumb Cake cardstock using the Reindeer and Penguin die. 
I used Copic markers to color the hooves, nose and collar, and Distress oxide ink in Vintage Photo to shade the deer; then I assembled Rudolf.
 I cut a 5.5 x 4.25 inch panel from a vintage look paper and a circle from white cardstock using the largest of the Scalloped Stitched Circle die.
Using the same DO ink, I antiqued the edges of both and glued the circle in the center of the panel.
Next, I cut Merry Christmas in Real Red cardstock that I had backed with an adhesive sheet.
I assembled the pieces....
and adhered the panel to an A2 card base.  I added gold glitter dots as jingle bells on Rudolf's collar.  This card is quick to make for a fun vintage look.


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Mary Marsh said...

This is such a cute retro looking card Jeanne

Sukie said...

Great Christmas card! The oversized sentiment looks awesome and the paper is so pretty!