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Rudolph


I think it is pretty neat that I live less than thirty minutes away from a town called Rudolph. They truly go all out for the holidays!

Karen B. here from The Bald Dragonfly, and I referenced "the most famous reindeer of all" in my clean and simple card today (they are my most favorite kind to make!). I started with a small, white card base, one that is just big enough to hold a gift card inside. I then bordered another smaller, white panel with kraft and adhered both to the card base. I die cut nine antlers from the small and petite Memory Box Tiny Antler Die and adhered them in a grid fashion. I layered some Little B Black and White Stripes Washi with Ranger's Gold Glitter Tape (love the small width of these tapes!) along with a sentiment banner die cut from MFT's Blueprints #27 Die-Namic. For the sentiment, I actually typed it out on my grandmother's vintage typewriter, but there are many holiday stamps available at the store that you could use! For the final touch, I added a drop of the beautiful Autumn Red Crystal Nuvo Drops for Rudolph's nose.


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  1. A town named Rudolph, now how fun is that?!
    Your card Karen is perfect. How clever + awesome.

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  2. What a fun card Karen!! Love your little Rudolph nose and the sentiment banner flowing off the edges of the card!

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  3. Love this CAS design! So cute!

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  4. Brilliant CAS design! Couldn't be cuter! LOVE! xxD

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