Merry Christmas Deer Trio

Good Tuesday morning.  I love making nature scenes and especially on my holiday cards. The Impression Obsession Deer Trio are perfectly paired with the Brush Tree Line image in the background and the simple die cut sentiment made using the Holiday Bottom Word Edgers.     

KC Impression Obsession Deer Trio 9 left

I started by cutting the deer using Kraft cardstock and applying brown ink with a mini applicator.  I applied green ink to the tree stamp, misted it lightly with water and stamped it on white cardstock. The frames were cut and attached together with double stick tape.  The snow ground piece and sentiment border was attached to the back of the frame with double stick tape.  Thin strips of mounting tape were applied to the back of the frames and then it was attached over the scene.

KC Impression Obsession Deer Trio 9 center

I attached a little bit of fir sprig and a red 1/8” punched circle to the neck of the baby deer with glossy accents.  I cut the back sections of both the larger deer off so they would appear to be coming from inside the framed scene and attached them both with mounting tape. The baby deer was attached with double layers of mounting tape.

KC Impression Obsession Deer Trio 9 right

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a good day. 

Card size:  5.50” x 4.25”

8 thoughts on “Merry Christmas Deer Trio”

  1. All your cards are Great, Kittie, but this one is the kind of cards that I really love!!
    The winterscene, the colors and the wonderful frame!!
    Thanks for sharing, Eva.

  2. Good Afternoon, Kittie. this is such an awesome scene. I love how you let the deer be part of the scene and popping out. Makes them look so real. Beautiful coloring of the see and awesome accents of pine trees an snow. Oh! yes, an a good idea for the Merry Christmas words. OH! yes, and the words are perfect…..hugs

  3. Kittie,
    What a beautiful card….It’s definitely making me think of winter….. brrrrrr…lol. I love the deer…. you must have been an amazing colorer (is that a word?) when you were a child…. Thanks for sharing your wonderful creativity….


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