Monday, December 18, 2017

Family of Deer


I need huge amounts of inspiration for my Christmas cards this year, thank goodness for Pinterest. This card is based on the card below but I did it my way.

 First of all I didn't have a single stag deer but the family one from Memory Box so I carefully cut the stag. I didn't want to fiddle with ink and masking off so I found some snowy paper. I think this could be papers from LOTV. My stars are Memory Box cut out of glitter card and I cut the snowdrift using either slopes and hills from Simon Says Stamp or the MFT ones can't remember now.

                                                             Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog


I couldn't throw the other part of the deer family so I made a similar card  using the same the dies. A bit of a confession the sentiments are peel offs on a fishtail banner from Simon Says Stamp.

12 comments:

  1. Such peaceful looking cards, Debby. Beautiful stars against the dsp.

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  2. This is gorgeous Debby and the snowy paper strip in the background with the white deer and snow slope works beautifully. I adore the style of stars you have been using more this year, so so pretty using the silver glitter card. x

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  3. These are gorgeous Debby, love the cas design. Very classy
    Lorraine x

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  4. These are beautiful, Debby, I love the simplicity of the design. xx

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  5. Lovely cards! I always like Christmas cards with deer on them.

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  6. Absolutely beautiful Debby, gorgeous design and pretty cokird ΓΊ,Kate x

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  7. very pretty card!
    Happy holidays!πŸŽ„πŸŽ…⛄

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  8. Beautiful and elegant Debby..I love both cards..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  9. These are both absolutely gorgeous! xxx

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