I saw this card several places on Pinterest and knew immediately that I would have to make it for my GREAT kids! So, I case'd (Copy and Share Everything) the card. I listed below what supplies I used to make this card. Thanks to all who shared this card!!!
The only thing that I did different was to add the holly leaves and the white center eyes.
Card Base - 5 1/2"x4 1/4" - Stampin' Up Real Red Cardstock
Front Panel - 5 1/4"x4" - SU Whisper White Cardstock
Head and Muzzle - SU Soft Suede Cardstock - 2nd & 4th SU Ovals Collections Dies
Nose - SU Red Glimmer Paper - SU 1 3/8" Circle Punch
Ears - SU Soft Suede Cardstock - 2nd Smallest SU Leaflets Framelits Dies
Antlers - SU Chocolate Chip Cardstock - Largest (Oak) SU Leaflets Framelits Dies
Eyes - SU Whisper White Cardstock - SU Large Oval Punch
Eyes - SU Basic Black Cardstock - SU 3/4" Circle Punch
Eyes - SU Whisper White Cardstock - SU Itty Bitty Punch (Retired - About 1/4" across)
Stampin' Up Stampin' Dimensionals were used to attach the nose to the muzzle, the muzzle to the head and the head to the card base.
For the Holly - I hand cut some small oval shapes from SU Mossy Meadow Green and Old Olive Cardstock. I used the Itty Bitty Punch and just 'chomped' out 1/2 or less of a full punch along the edges of the ovals.
For the Holly Berries - I used SU's Handheld punch and punched 3 small circles out of SU's
Real Red Cardstock.
I went around the Holly and Berries with the SU Wink of Stella Brush for some shine!
How is that for quick, easy and cute!
Please come back tomorrow! I'll be sharing a SNEAK PEEK from the 2016 Stampin' Up Occasions Catalog. Woo Hoo!
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Just a reminder, the last day to order from the Stampin' Up Holiday Catalog is January 4, 2016. The clearance rack has been updated with new items and the retiring list is available, all with deep discounts.
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