CARD: Rudolph the Red Nosed Penguin – Snow Way!?!

stampin up snowplace - joszetteNow here’s an “outside the box” fun card!It’s Ruddy the Red Nosed Penguin. He’s a penguin pretending to be a reindeer. Too flipping adorable. The antlers are the best, they were created with the Tree Builder Punch of all things.

The penguin and words are from the Stampin Up Snow Place stamp set, and cut from matching Snow Friends framlits (save 15% when you bundle together). 1/2″ Circle punched from Red Glimmer for his nose and the window comes from the Hearth and Home framelits. The Red Glimmer bow comes from the Mini Treat bag thinlits die.

This was a popular choice from my Onstage Event swap card share video.  Designed by Joszette.

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Comments

  1. Tami I LOVE the penguin. How clever to use the tree punch for antlers. I had to make a card right away using that idea. I participate in a weekly challenge with other demonstrators with the same upline and the penguin was going to fit in very well. I also used an idea I had seen on your blog recently – the brick wall. Thanks for the inspiration.