Nov 10, 2020

Evergreen Reindeer Christmas Card

Happy Tuesday everyone! I'm on a buffalo plaid kick lately. Last week was red, buffalo plaid. Today I'm showing you how I created a green, buffalo plaid Christmas card.

The first thing I did was die cut the Memory Box Evergreen Reindeer from green, buffalo plaid paper.

 I was originally going to keep it as is, but I felt like the trees were a little lost so I cut it down to a square. Then I decided I wanted the deer to be a black silhouette so I colored in the deer with a black sharpie. The deer needed some more thickness so I die-cut the deer from black cardstock twice, cut the deer out, and glued the layers together. 

Next, I added foam tape to the back of the green buffalo plaid panel and decided to back it with some wood looking patterned paper.

Then I went on the search for background paper. I decided to stick with green and black.

I used the Yvonne Creations Merry Christmas die again. I don't see this die in the store right now, but Dies R Us has several that would work HERE. I cut it multiple times so I could layer them for more thickness.

The final step was putting it all together and adding a bow to the top. 

Here are the products I used:
(the one from Yvonne Creations is no longer in the DRU Store, but this link will take you to other options that will work)

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  1. This is so fantastic! I love how you created the frame using the pine tree die cut. The dimension is great too. I am inspired to try this design. TFS!

  2. I love your card. That Evergreen Reindeer die from memory box is so unique. Would make a great masculine card too.


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