I love quick and easy Christmas cards. The Peaceful Deer bundle by Stampin' Up! creates a fun card featuring a gold deer prancing on the front. I used the Heartwarming Hugs designer series paper for the three panels. I always overthink which patterns to choose and need to remind myself that it doesn't matter that much. I could also just make several cards with different patterns, that way I wouldn't need to choose just one design!
This card could be CASED easily with your favourite Christmas paper. The card design comes together quickly once you know what sizes to cut the paper. Print off my "card recipe" for all measurement and instructions.
Stampin' Up! Peaceful Deer Christmas card
The gold deer is easy to punch out and so cute with the red rhineston Rudolph nose. Choose your favourite designer series paper to create yourself.
- Peaceful Deer stamp set
- Deer Builder punch
- Tasteful Labels dies
- Heartwarming Hugs 12x12 designer series paper
- Gold and Rose Gold 6x6 specialty metallic paper
- Basic White cardstock
- Real Red cardstock and ink pad
- Gold thread
- Red Rhinestones
Cut paper to the following sizes:
- Real Red (card base): 5 ½” x 8 ½” scored at 4 ¼”
- Basic White Cardstock: 5 x 3 ¾”, strip ½ “ x 3”
- Basic White: scrap approx.. 4 x 2 ½”
- Patterned paper: 3 pieces 1 ½” x 3 ½”
- Score the Real Red cardstock in half and fold to create the card base.
- Adhere each of the 3 patterned paper pieces onto the Basic White layer leaving an even border as shown.
- Wrap the gold thread around the Basic White layer several times and adhere on the back.
- Use Stampin’ Dimensionals to adhere to front of the card base.
- Stamp your choice of sentiment with Real Red ink on the scrap Basic White and cut out with the matching die using the Stampin’ Cut and Emboss machine. Adhere to the front as shown.
- Punch out a gold deer with the punch and adhere with Stampin' Dimensionals.
- Add a red rhinestone to the deer for a cute Rudolph nose.
Create this card yourself!Buy stamping supplies hereClick HERE to contact me with any questions.
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