I needed a quick and easy card for my youngest granddaughter, and this is what I came up with.
I started by cutting a circular mask and adding it my white card base to form a moon. Then I began sponging Broken China distress ink on the white cardstock, not worry too much about how smooth it was. That was because I wanted it to look like there were some clouds in the sky.
I took a retired SU Christmas set and stamped trees across the bottom of the cardstock, making sure I left room for the sleigh. Every second tree was stamped using second generation stamping, to give it more depth.
Last of all I added the Santa sleigh and reindeer die, making sure the moon was behind the reindeer.
That’s it – all done.
This will possibly be my last post before the New Year, and more than likely my last before Christmas. In addition to preparing for Christmas (I will have twelve here!), I am also relocating my craft room. It’s being moved from what used to be a tiny spare bed (then craft room), into our family room, which is basically an ironing room and dumping ground!
The move is done, but I’m now sorting out all my supplies and am trying to find the top of my work bench!!
I would like to wish you all a wonderful Christmas, and a prosperous New Year. I will try to sneak in another post next week, but we’ll see how that goes!
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This is a wonderful Christmas scene. I always like to see Santa and his sleigh images.
Thanks so much, Verna. Having Santa and his reindeer seems traditional to me.
I love this card Cheryl
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