21 December 2020

Rudolph and Friends


This delightful little elf and penguin dance with excitement on this magical Christmas eve. For they know soon, Santa shall be arriving with the help of the greatest reindeer of all...

I love this Lawn Fawn Magic Iris add-on. Being able to hide the mechanism really brings a different effect to the card and allows you to build a scene. 

The elf and penguin stamps I used are ancient. I am not sure who produced them. The presents are from the Baaah Humbug stamp set. For the background, I used Distress Oxide in Tumbled Glass and Faded Jeans. I achieved the snow and stars using the Snowy Backdrops stamp and Hero Arts Unicorn Pigment Ink. Finally, to create the snow, I utilized the Simple Stitched Hillside Border die set. As you can tell, I was a bit heavy on Lawn Fawn products for this card, but they all worked perfectly together. 

Of course, the real magic happens when you activate the lever, and Rudolph appears! So much fun, especially for kiddos. I must still be a kid because I never get tired of revealing the surprise inside a magic iris card. 

On the inside of the card, I kept my sentiments short and sweet. I printed it on my Epson Workforce ET-3750 in matching blue ink. Afterward, I cut it out using my largest Stampin Up Stitched Rectangle die

This card was specifically designed for a family with young children in hopes they would find a little magic of the holiday in the card. I think we could all use a walk down memory lane this year into our own childhood. 

Merry, merry, my friends! May your holiday be bright, and as the card states, sending you all warm, Winter wishes!  

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