This deer is my favorite part of the Santa's Sleigh stamp set. He's usually paired with a sleigh full of toys, or some trees. But today, I wanted him to stand alone, all all his regal majesty. Usually, I can start and finish a card in one sitting, but this one took a few tries as I worked to get him just right.
This week, we CASEd this card from the 2017 Holiday Catalog. It has a clean and simple design and I really like how the oval die on the front of the card provides a nice picture frame for the image.
To really add some subtle, yet sparkly color to my deer, I mixed a few drops of Wink of Stella and Sahara Sand ink and "painted" him with my Wink of Stella Glitter Brush. After all, what kind of holiday would it be if it didn't sparkle? (You can see how sparkly he is below.)
Come play along with us! CASE-ing is a great way to improve your stamping and challenge yourself to try new styles. Create a card based on the above pattern and then post it on the Facebook Post. Or, if you post it elsewhere on Facebook, you can use the hashtag #CASEingtuesday124.
What is CASE-ing? CASE stands for Copy And Share Everything. When you CASE you can change nothing, just a few things, or everything! Play along and join the fun!
Base: Whisper White Note Card, 5" x 3 1/2"
Layer 1: Year of Cheer Designer Series Paper, 4 7/8" x 3 3/8" (with center die cut with largest layering oval)
Layer 2: Champagne Foil (die cut with largest layering scallop oval and 2nd largest layering oval to form the scalloped frame.
Sweet & Simple Card Class, featuring the Half Full Stamp Set. This card was so popular at my craft fair on Friday night, I took orders to make a dozen more for people! Don't miss your opportunity to make this sweet and simple card, plus 3 more this Sunday, December 10th at 2 pm. RSVP by Thursday, 12/7 to reserve your seat.
Just 6 seats remain for this year's New Year's Bingo. This is one of the best events of the year with fun, food, stamping, and prizes featuring lots of great NEW products! RSVP no later than 12/15. Bring a friend and get two Bingo cards each!
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