Happy Thursday, or as my downline recently said in an email to me, TGI almost F! So true! It is almost Friday and for some of us, myself included, it's the beginning of a long 3-day weekend celebrating Veteran's Day. YIPPEE! And a very humbling and gracious thank you to all the military vets.
Today's challenge is a theme challenge from Jaydee at the Paper Players. The theme is "Wildlife." Anything goes, but it must pertain to wildlife. This leaves the category rather wide open.
I knew almost immediately that I'd probably resort to using my "Noble Deer" stamp set. It's one of few wildlife themed stamp sets that I own. But, it's one I love too much to part with. The base of the card is Very Vanilla and the Early Espresso matting was run through the Apothecary Accent die to make an elegant opening for the deer to show through. The beautiful die cut tree is from Memory Box (yes, there's just one tree, I cut the other down for size).
What this photo really doesn't show is the Shimmer Mist that I spritzed the entire card with, to give it a frosty snowlike effect.
Early Espresso cardstock
Whisper White cardstock
Noble Deer stamp set
Early Espresso ink
Apothecary Accent framelits
Tree die (Memory Box)
Sincere Salutations stamp set
Small oval punch
Scallop oval punch
Swirls embossing folder
Thanks for stopping by and have a S-U-P-E-R day!
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