Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Sisterhood of Crafters - Stitched Dies

Hello All...
it's time once again for a new challenge over

And, the theme is:

STITCHED DIES

The stitched die I chose to use today is the


Memory Box - Dies - Countryside Fence Frame

 I've saved the larger piece that popped out of the die
and used Tim Holtz broken china distress ink
to create the background sky.
Instead of coloring all those little piece that popped out
between the fence posts, I took a scrap of white
card stock, inked it the same and attached it over
top of the upper panel from the back.

My cute little deer is from the 

Karen Burniston - Dies - Christmas Animals



and my sentiment comes from the 

Hunkydory - Moonstone Dies - A Holly Jolly Christmas

 I love how this frame die cuts in 3 different square panels!
That gives you more flexibility in design although today
I chose to use all three panels together.

 Spectrum Noir alcohol markers were used to color
my deer and Stickles was used for the accents ...
red for the Christmas hat and diamond for the snow in the sky.

 


I do hope you'll come join in this fun challenge and
if you need more inspiration ... be sure to pop over and see what 
our design team has created for you!

Challenges to share in:
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Christmas at Sweet Stampin' - Anything Goes Christmas
ABC Christmas Challenge - W for Wishes - X for Xmas
Crafting By Design Challenge - Christmas
Mod Squad Challenge - Use a Critter on your Holiday card
ScrapyLand Challenge #102 - Anything Goes (Karen Burniston, Memory Box)

Hope to see you there!

Thanks for stopping by ...
As always ...

13 comments:

Diane said...

Absolutely adorable card and I love~love your background scene/die! I have the deer die you have used, guess I had better get it out and use it before the season is over!!

Debbie Mageed said...

What a great holiday card, Darlene! I love that background die! It's now on my "must have list." Your reindeer is so cute! What really caught my eye was that wonderful sentiment - perfect for this card!!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, stop! That reindeer is too cute and I absolutely love him with the Countryside Fence Frame! The sentiment set is beautiful, too. I like how you used the square frame on a rectangle card. I shy away from squares for Christmas because I want to avoid square cards (extra postage), but it looks perfect here. Really love this, Darlene!

scrAPpamondo said...

So cute card, love that little reindeer!

Verna Angerhofer said...

What a cute Rudolph and I love the scene you made to place him in. So very fun and wonderful!

aussie aNNie said...

Cute card my friend, love the light shining down...awesome dies.xx

Conniecrafter said...

Darlene that is just way too cute, I love the little wreath around his neck and the cute hat, pretty job on the background and that is a really neat frame!

Pretty Paper Junkie said...

I'm a believer... In the magic of this card!

ankitag612 said...

Wow! Amazing. I love the spotlight you created on the reindeer. Genius ink blending! This card makes me so happy. Thank you so much for joining us on Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. xx Ankita

Megan J said...

Hi Darlene, a fun and pretty wintery Christmas card for your stash, love the little reindeer... Thank you for joining us at Crafting by Designs... good luck in the prize draw.. Megan DT

Autumn Clark - SewPaperPaint said...

It's absolutely adorable Darlene and I love the three layers of stitched frames. Fabulous colorway! Hugs, Autumn

Helen said...

Such a cute card!
Thanks for playing at the ABC Christmas Challenge!
Helen x

Gwendolyn said...

Such an adorable card Darlene and great blending!!