I am going through my bone pile these days so I consulted the bone pile first and found the embossed snowflake panel, the sponged sky panel, the green pine tree and deer die cuts and the sentiment panel. Because of these pieces, this card took a different direction from Brent's card, but it still has the woodland feel and the deer.
This is also the first Christmas card I have made in 2020 so I am thrilled to have made the first one.
This card also qualifies for the letter W Alphabet Challenge for the Winter Woods stamp and die set used.
Thank you Ardyth and Ann for the wonderful challenges, and thanks for looking! ~Karen.
Congratulations again Brent on this well-deserved honor and enjoy your week in the spotlight.
Date: Monday, February 10, 2020 GMT Views: 634
Stamps: StampinUp Winter Woods; Ornamental Pine (sentiment)
Paper: Georgia Pacific 110 lb White CS; StampinUp Mossy Meadow and Real Red; The Paper Studio Gold Mirror Paper
Paper Size: 5x7" Card Base
Ink: StampinUp Mossy Meadow and Real Red; Tim Holtz Tumbled Glass Inks
Accessories: StampinUp In The Woods Die; Gina Marie Designs Stitched Rectangle Die; Taylored Expressions Birch Tree Accessories Dies (deer die); Crafter's Companion Snowflake Embossing Folder; American Crafts Twine
Techniques: Stamping; Die Cutting; Sponging; Inking Up Embossing Folder
Registered: April 11, 2016 Location: Fairyland Posts: 15137
Tue, Feb 11, 2020 @ 12:50 AM
What a great case of Brent’s card. I’m loving reading that again you found items in your bone pile. Your scene is beautiful and I love the twine underneath the sentiment. Hugs and keep working that pile. Happy day
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Registered: March 13, 2011 Location: Langley, B.C. Canada Posts: 18235
Tue, Feb 11, 2020 @ 6:36 PM
How wonderful to see you have added another card to your gallery today, Karen. You seriously make the best Christmas cards. I love the woodsy and wintry feel of this card. And oh my goodness, you have the best bone pile too. (I have never heard it called this before.) The mossy green embossed background is awesome looking. Love the trees, the deer and the added twine. Such good finds in your bone pile to make a spectacular looking card!