I woke up to cold rain and wind this morning. In fact, when I looked at the weather, it's warmer in Juneau than it is in Chapel Hill this morning! I'm not complaining; the Lad is having an ice storm up in the mountains. As a momma, you know I worry about him. But...that wasn't my biggest concern. I woke up and realized, I didn't have a card for you this morning! So, after feeding the dogs and taking them out in the rain, I made myself a cup of coffee and headed for my studio.
On the window sill, I saw a leftover deer from the Detailed Deer Thinlets Dies in black and white, where I had used the negative on a card for December's Sweet & Simple Class. (More on that in a day or two). I hadn't thrown the deer away, and so I built this #simplestamping card around it. I prefer the sentiments and fonts in the Peaceful Noel Stamp Set, so I stamped that in Tuxedo Black and Real Red to match the tartan in the Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper. In just a matter of minutes, I had a beautiful card that would be quite simple to duplicate if you had a stack of cards to make.
Making Memories November VIP Tutorial
Become a Making Memories VIP. As a special November thank you, receive a FREE Frosted Floral Notecard Tutorial with all purchases over $25. There's a total of 6 notecards plus this handy notecard holder. I know you're going to love it! Please use host code Q3PYRZY7 before you check out.
Base: Basic Black, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Layer 1: Whisper White, 5 1/4" x 4 (2)
Layer 2: Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper, 4" x 3 1/4"
Layer 4: Basic Black Detailed Deer Thinlet Die Cut
Registration for both November Card Clubs ends TODAY, November 15. Email me today to reserve your place! (Personally, the Itty Bitty Santa is my favorite class I've designed this entire holiday season!) When you register for both, you receive a free pack of Suite Season Washi Tape!
Itty Bitty Santa - November Card Club
Farmhouse Christmas - November Christmas Card Club
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