Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Not Just For Christmas Deer

Hello.  Welcome.  A new month.  New possibilities.  New challenges.  Over at Rubber Dance we are celebrating one year of challenges with lots of colour schemes choices and the optional theme of Celebration.

I chose to use the November 2014 colours.  I coloured the deer from Rubber Dance Frosty Friends set with light and dark brown watercolours and fussy cut.  I have used a white pre-cut aperture card.  I stamped the sentiment from Rubber Dance Happy Birthday set using Pine Needles distress and clear embossed.  Then I stamped the Vintage Script stamp.  I didn't have the right colour mulberry paper so I coloured it with the Pine Needles distress ink, ripped it, lined the aperture, then added the deer.

Why don't you join us over at the Rubber Dance Challenge.  Lots of lovely colours to choose from this month and the chance to win a grab bag of lovely stamps.  You don't have to use Rubber Dance stamps but, of course, we would love it if you did.  See you there........

Joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
The Craft Barn Weekly Challenge - Animals


  1. perfect "guy" card!!! thank you for playing along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

  2. Yup this is a pretty swell design! Perfect for a man - I always have such a challenging time with masculine creations but you always seem to know just what to do!

  3. This looks fabulous. Love the green! And that stamp....I won it in the giveaway & I think it's THE BEST one I've ever had!!!!

  4. Wow, that's amazing....thank you for joining in The Craft Barn Challenge.
    Jane x


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