Thursday, 13 November 2014

A series of Christmas cards with deer in the woods

How are you today? I have a few cards that are similar to show you today. They enabled me to use up a few scraps and make something that looks really great. I came across some really pretty vintage washi tape at our local Office works store and I used this to finish off a couple of these cards.

The first card:

The front of the card - using up a few bits and pieces with a piece of washi tape.

Below is the inside of this card.

The second card:

I made a strip for the top of the card by using the second washi tape I purchased onto a strip of green metallic card stock. I used a white paint pen to make the marks on the deer and add snow to the trees.
I added  4 stones at the corners from some Office works D.I.Y.I Adhesive Rhinestones 100 pack.

Below is the inside of this card.

The third card:

Again a strip across the top using a little scarlet card stock and made in a similar way as that shown previously.

Below is the inside of this card:

The fourth card:

You can't see the strip across the top very well so hopefully the next picture shows this a little better.

I added one of the medium sized poinsettia flowers using the Sue Wilson dies, with holly leaves using Kaisercraft Liquorice weave card stock.

Below is the inside of this card:

Here are the main ingredients I used to make these cards:

Thanks for stopping by today and reading my post, I hope you are having a great day


  1. Hi Sally -Ann I just love your Christmas Card 's .I would never have though of using washi tape.It is also nice to have landscape ,rather than portrait.
    Ita in Ireland.

    1. Hello Ita, you live in a lovely part of the world - Thank you so much for your lovely comments they are hugely appreciated. Isn't washi tape interesting - it was purely because i needed something across the top of the card otherwise I wouldn't have thought about it either;)

  2. Hi Sally-Ann,another super card today,you sure have a lot of Sue's Dies?
    Her cards are fantastic.Can you buy them where you live??
    Yes Ireland is very beautiful,at the moment we have rain, but not to cold yet.

    1. Hello again Ita. Thanks again for your lovely comments. I agree Sue makes some gorgeous cards and Yes! I do so very much like her dies!!


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