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Monday, October 3, 2016

Christmas Cheer

Hello and Happy Monday Morning,

I was feeling better by yesterday afternoon, yay, and feeling much more creative, I did some stamping. I made a couple more Halloween cards and this Christmas card using the current Freshly Made Sketch #256.

I started by stamping the deer from the new Avery Elle set called Kitch Christmas and coloring them with Copics then cutting them out with their corresponding dies. Next I cut the banner and sponged it with Distress Tumbled Glass ink. I cut a second banner and cut the bottom using the Die-namics Stitched Hill dies along the bottom to create a snowy hill. I ran both though the TE Falling Snow EF for the snowy effect. The sentiment was stamped in the upper corner of the sponged banner using SU Real Red ink. I layered them together using foam tape then glued them to the card base which is covered with Lawn Fawn Christmas Plaid patterned paper. After gluing the deer in place, I added the red Baker's twine. I also used a TE White Ice Pearl Pen to add dimension to the falling snow dots.

Have a great Monday and thanks for stopping in,

Stamps: Kitch Christmas set by Avery Elle
Paper: SU Heavy Weight card stock in Whisper White, X-Press It Blending card stock, Lawn Fawn Christmas Plaid patterned paper
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Copics, Distress Tumbled Glass mini pad, SU real red, Spica red glitter pen
Other: Kitch Christmas dies, Die-namics larger banner and stitched hill dies, Taylored Expressions Falling Snow EF, Taylored Expressions Pearl Pen in White Ice, Baker's Twine, the Big Shot, foam tape


  1. This is just adorable...those little deer ARE so "kitschy"!

  2. Absolutely gorgeous Christmas card! I adore the sweet little scene you've created! thanks for joining us at FMS this week!

  3. Oh MY Goodness, could this be any cuter! I LOVE IT! Great job on your coloring and the background you created is amazing! XX


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