I didn’t want to believe it … but my calendar never lies … it’s less than 12 weeks till Christmas *gasp*! So, since this adorable little reindeer caught my eye as I sat down at my desk, I thought it was time I got some Christmas ink happening!
The pattern paper is a really old Chatterbox double sided design, double sided. I rescued almost a full sheet from someone’s bin at a craft night earlier this year … told you I’d use it! LOL The cardstock was with it (thanks for that convenient coordination!), so all I had to add was white Blending Card. When you scroll to the bottom of this blog post you can view the video tutorial.
Let’s have a look at the list of materials I used for this project. If there are any that you would dearly (he he … deer pun) love to have in your craft collection, just message me and I will be happy to order them in!
Top Fold card base (1/2 A4 cardstock, cut down the centre long ways)
Pattern Paper + coordinating cardstock – stash diving!
Lawn Fawn – Cheery Christmas stamps
Lawn Fawn – Stitched Scalloped Border dies
Lawn Fawn – Large Stitched Rectangle dies
Lawn Fawn – Large Stitched Circle dies
Lawn Fawn – Winter Big Scripty Words + Frosty Fairy Friends (greetings)
Lawn Fawn – Just For You stamps
Ranger Archival Jet Black ink pad
Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
Craft Knife + cutting mat
Sizzix Big Shot
Mini Misti + acrylic block
Double sided tape + Tombow Monoadhesive
XPress It Blending Card
Copic markers: Lights – B45, B34; YG03, YG05; E08, E09
Deer – ears R01, R11; Body E55, E23, E57, E27
So … let’s get on with the show!