Monday, October 12, 2015

Fancy Deer

Hello everyone!  Today I have a holiday card to share.  For this one I used the negative part of the die cut as my main image and was able to get two cards from one cut (I'll share the 2nd card at a later date).

Jen Carter Fancy Deer Seasons Greetings Front

I just love mint, white & kraft paired together!  To create this card I used the new Large Fancy Deer die from Frantic Stamper and cut it out of a piece of textured kraft cardstock. I added a red enamel dot to the nose for a pop of color.  I die cut the frame from the Elementals #1 set of dies to create the mint polka dotted mat which I then popped the negative deer panel up from.  I die cut the sentiment banner from the Diagonal Card Sketcher  die set and stamped "Season's Greetings" with the clear Round Christmas Vignettes stamp set.  

Jen Carter Fancy Deer Seasons Greetings Closeup

Can you see the white lumpy snowflakes on the background of the light gray cardstock?  To create this I used the Snowflake Reverse Cut die and cut a piece of white cardstock with it to use as a stencil.  I then took some texture paste (like this) and used an old gift card to spread it around on my stencil being sure to hold the paper still.  Once I carefully removed the stencil, I let my snowflakes dry and then adhered the rest of the cardfront on top of it.  It takes a little time, but I sure like the look of those snowflakes!

 Round Christmas Vignettes stamp set

Thanks for visiting!  Have a blessed day!

Stamps: Frantic Stamper  Round Christmas Vignettes
Patterned Paper: Jen Hadfield DIY Home
Embossing Paste: Studio 490
Ink: Avery Elle Mermaid


lifesabeach32940 said...

Oh, I LOVE this card!! I can't wait to see the second one you mentioned!! Thank you for the inspiration!!

Michelle said...

So cute! Love the negative space. It's pretty awesome?

Chrissy Larson said...

This is awesome, Jen!! I might just need that deer!

erzibügelchen said...

Hello dear Jen!

Thank you for the inspiration!!!
I love your card! It is so wonderful!

Hugs from Germany

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