Hey everyone! I am back with my last Christmas card for this year! The current challenge over on the Polkadoodles challenge blog is Anything Goes. So for this card I reached for the Work & Play 5 Hollybobs Collection. In this collection you will find some extra digital images aside from the main characters and that is where I found Rudy, this gem of a reindeer! You will also find all of the patterned paper I used on this card in that collection as well! It really is a fantastic holiday collection.
The image was printed out onto kraft coloured cardstock and coloured with my Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils. I didn’t write down the colours I used as this was one of the first images I coloured up with them and I wasn’t entirely sure that it would turn out (that will teach me to always write them down!)
I used two of the lovely patterned papers from this collection and layered them on kraft and white cardstock. I had this wood veneer in my stash (probably came from Micheals) and painted it white then cut my image down to fit inside of it. The twine and lace are also from my stash.
Thanks for stopping by!
15 thoughts on “Rudy”
lovely card Jessie
just absolutely stunning just love that frame. have a fabulous christmas and new year
Aww this is so cute and pretty…Merry christmas x
Jessie!! You did a fabulous job with this card!!your coloring is amazing!!
This is gorgeous! Love that frame. Merry Christmas xx
Wow! This is lovely and that frame is amazing. The colouring is gorgeous.
Mia – Polkadoodles GDT
Jessie I love this so much, you’re colouring is amazing!
Adorable card, Jessie! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas, teamie!
Just too stinking cute. I’m sure if you added a battery pack you could make his nose flash Jessie lol. Merry Christmas x x x
I love your colouring and the gorgeous frame. Have a wonderful Christmas, Jackie x
I love this reindeer! Great card!
Such a great card, it’s so striking.
Love love love how you showcased this image! Stunning work!
Stunningly coloured and love the entire make xx
So cute and love how you have framed the image x