Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Christmas card

Hi Everyone. Here I am with my GDT post for Deedee's Digis with, would you believe it, a Christmas card, now that is something I don't usually do this early LOL.  I thought this magnificent Stag / Moose coming out of the forest looked so peaceful, it had to be the Peace on Earth sentiment included on the Winter Woods kit.

I printed and cut out the stag and background and printed his head and antlers again, which I cut out and 3D layered on the background layer, I added lots of glitter - of course.

I cut a 3D frame & box card on my Cricut with a file from Shirley's cards, I think it suited the image coming out of the woods.  I cut some snowflakes and added bling to the centre and a bow to one of them.   The sentiment colour was matched to the image and I embossed it in PS, the DP by A Heimann in 2012 was also matched from it's original colour to the image. I cut the included box and added the DP and a snowflake, plus a label for the addressee. I forgot to take a photo of the card in the box with the ribbon around it duh!


  1. This is wonderful Faith! I love the soft vintage blue and browns, so perfect for a country scene! Your box frame is so creative, wow! Love the glittery snowflakes too! hugs :)

  2. Looks great Faith and thanks for the plug - I have now added the photo to the Gallery on my website.

  3. Beautiful box card Faith.
    I am a fan of Shirley
    Hugs xx

  4. Faith, this is breath taking beautiful! What a gorgeous scene you created. Love all the wonderful dimension on here and the colors. The snowflakes are just sensational too! SO beautiful!!

  5. A fantastic card Faith, very wintry looking and beautiful too.

  6. Oh Faith, this is such a fab winter scene! I love all the delicious dimension!!

    love Mags B x

  7. Oh wow Faith, so much work here and such a pretty Xmas card too.Such a clever little scene, love the stag and his beady little eye too ;) Viv xx

  8. Wow! Love how this frames itself and the scene is peaceful and serene! I can almost hear the snow crunching under his feet!


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