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Mona Pendleton | Friday, November 3, 2017 @ 8:14 PM | , ,

Hi there! Today I have a Christmas card to share featuring a die cut deer which I heat embossed with embossing enamel. I'm joining along with this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge where the theme is All Creatures Great and Small:
To create the patterned background, I applied ink to an embossing folder, then sent it through my die cut machine:
I'm joining along with the following challenges:
For sketch inspiration, Freshly Made Sketches:
For color inspiration: the card Concept challenge a Clean and Layered card:
and the November CAS Mix Up challenge: (stamping, glitter, heat embossing, dry embossing, a die cut)
Many thanks for stopping by ~ I hope you have a great weekend!
Be Sweet ;)
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18 Sweet Comments So Far:

nancy littrell said...

Love your pretty glittery Scandinavian background, die cut deer and Gorgeous glittery poinsettia. TFS, Mona and joining us at CAS Mix Up. Hugs

Loll said...

Hi Mona. Great background technique using your embossing folder. LOVE that Scandinavian design. Your enameled deer steals the show ... it is so beautiful!! And I love your colouring and shaping on your poinsettia. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

Beth Norman said...

Ohhh, I love this card. The bg is so wintery. Love how you added the deer in white. Good luck in your challenge.

Greta said...

Oh what a great card, Mona! I've never gotten such a wonderful result with inking an embossing folder, but think I'll try it again. The deer is just fabulous & so is the poinsettia! Enjoy your weekend, my friend!

Marjan K├╝ppers said...

A lovely and again very modern card! Love the combination of the deer and the very pretty flower!

Lisa said...

This is gorgeous, Mona!! I love the deer!! It looks so amazing against the background!! The poinsettia is a perfect touch!! Stunning card!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Jen Brum said...

What a beautiful Christmas card! I love the red and white background and that big deer! That flower is just gorgeous too! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

Cheryl W. said...

Gorgeous card! I love the Nordic patterns created with your EF. I've done a little inking on embossing folders, but now I'm inspired to try it again. It looks so amazing!

Patty O'Malley said...

Beautiful holiday card, Mona!

Bonnie said...

This deer is awesome, Mona! And he shows off so well with the Scandinavian background! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!

Maria said...

Oh, such a gorgeous Christmas card, Mona! Wonderful deer, Nordic background, and lovely poinsettia!

Robyn Oliver said...

Really lovely card Mona, the inked embossed background looks fabulous and shows off your deer and lovely glittery rose - beautifully

Samra Leshinski said...

So festive and creative! Love that background and the wonderful deer embossed die cut!
Hugs
Samra
Paper Talk with Samra

Zoey Emanuela Scarpelli said...

WOW this is such a gorgeous card!!!
Thank you for playing along with us over Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! We all hope to see you again!
x zoey

Lisa Elton said...

Love the traditional look to this Mona, very pretty!

Julia Aston said...

A beautiful ink embossed background for your stately embossed deer Mona - and then there's the lovely poinsettia in the corner! thanks for joining us in the CAS Mix Up challenge! Julia xx

Susan Powell said...

Great background technique!! (It never works for me when I do it so I'm in awe of others who can make it work) And I love the texture that shows in your deer. Great card! Thanks so much for joining us at The Card Concept.

artful-notions said...

Mona, you hit all my Christmas buttons with this lovely card! Beautifully done! And thank you for playing along at the Card Concept.


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