Thursday, 30 April 2020

April's Rudolph Day

Good morning and happy Thursday. As always I'm scraping in by the skin of my teeth with my Christmas cards this month! It seems like the more time I have to go into my craft room the less I get done. But, I've been reading (real hard-backed books, not my kindle) and my isolation crocheted blanket is coming on really well so I'm happy.
As always the challenge at Rudolph Days is 'anything goes', and this month ABC's Christmas Challenge is H for hand-drawn (I don't think so!!!) and I for inside (phew that's better), so here are my cards.

These are all cards made mostly from kits that I've had in my stash for many (many) years! They are either Kanban or Hunky Dory kits bought when Dawn Bibby was on QVC! I loved them at the time, but after making a couple I would get bored 'cos my first love has always been rubber stamping, but I have these kits, and I'm not going to throw them away so I need to use 'em! To be honest, I could live till I'm 150 and I'd still not use them up as these kits are HUGE, but at least I've made a start!
I hope you have a happy day whatever you are doing, take care, and thanks so much for looking x


  1. A wonderful collection of gorgeous cards. Thank you for joining in Rudolph Days Challenge this month.

    Sue DT xx

  2. Well done, Sue!!!
    Three lovely more Christmas cards in your basket, yeah!! :)
    Ang good if you have time also to read some good books, and do crochet too. Lucky girl, with no teenagers isolated at home haha :)
    Coco xx

  3. You're getting ahead of the game with some lovely festive cards. Great to be using up long-buried kits and bits too.
    Alison x

  4. A beautiful collection! I need to follow your blog!!

  5. These look so good.

    Didn't April zoom by!
    Can't believe it's now May!

    My good wishes.

    All the best Jan

  6. Love all of them, Sue.
    Thanks for playing along with us at ABC Christmas Challenge this month.
    Dorte x


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