Monday, 19 October 2015

Autumn Deer

Hello.  Welcome.  Over at Die-namites they are having a technique hop.  Well, here's a quick technique that gives a great result. 

I used Ripe Persimmon distress ink to add some colour to a piece of card.  I made the moon by dabbing my round blending tool on the paper.

I embossed Die-namites Deer Birch Background

I cut the same die from black card.  Embossing the background makes paper piecing easy and gives more dimension that just placing the die on a flat background.  I mounted the panel on a brown base card.

Joining the fun at
Die-namites Design Team Tip Technique Hop 
Die-namites October Inspiration Challenge  inspired by the colours
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Color Inspiration
Papertake Weekly - Two by Two  two deer
As You Like It Challenge - Monochrome or Colour? Colour.  Bright beautiful colours lift the spirit

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz


  1. Beautiful card!!! Love your background

  2. Your card is so lovely!!! Super autumn mood.

  3. Gorgeous, beautiful Autumn card.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

  4. Waw this looks really lovely, gorgeous project! Thank you for joining us at As You Like It Challenge. Hugs! Mojca

  5. I love this! What a great scene. Thanks so much for joining us at AYLI Challenge. Hope to see you back again! Brenda

  6. Like this a lot! Gorgeously inky and wonderful use of colour. Looking forward to seeing what you create with your Tim stamps - I was over the moon to win them and hope to get some time this weekend to play with another one of them Karen x

  7. so pretty card! love this colour combo (and of course this panel - because deer is my obsession for now))))
    thank you for playing along with us at Die-Namites!


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