Hello and Happy Sunday Everyone,
How are you? I hope you're doing okay during this difficult time. We've been locked in at Level 4 since Friday and hubby, who loves taking us out on little road trips, is clearly finding it difficult being so confined - he's showing signs of developing cabin fever.
Me? After weeks, months, of not feeling too good, finding it a trial just doing the simplest of tasks, and feeling miserable because of it, a mental pep talk sees me spending more time crafting, and blogging. About time too. Which brings me to the reason for today's post - the Christmas Cards Club challenge for today. Gwen has set us the theme of 'Deer' and I've managed to make the following two cards.
Materials used:- plain whte cardstock for card bases and topper base- tartan patterned paper - 'Plaid Tidings', 6"x 6" pack from Stampin' Up!- a scrap of bright green cardstock embossed with a folder from Craft Concepts, 'Silver Fern' - ancient but still gorgeous.- stamp - deer from Crafter's Companion's Signature Collection- Stickles, 'Cinnamon, for deer's eyes- tiny red gems to embellish- scrap of tree embossed card - source forgotten- scraps of orange (die-cut deer), dark green (greeting), gold (greeting and snowflakes) cardstocks- dies - Creative dies (deer and gold snowflakes), Tonic Studios (Merry Christmas), Tattered Lace (Happy Christmas)