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Sunday, October 29, 2017

Krafty Stag

I've had a lovely crafty afternoon trying to make some 'masculine' Christmas cards...


Kraft card base with corrugated kraft card matted on white. A square of brown tartan patterned paper then a white die-cut stag mounted with foam pads. The greeting is in Copperplate Gothic font and I've added a tiny red pearl for the nose.

I'm entering this card into the challenges at: 

Christmas Cards All Year Round - monochromatic browns - TOP 3!
Allsorts Challenge - Christmas creatures
Hiding In My Craft Room - any holiday
Jingle Belles - not a creature was stirring
Through The Purple Haze - non traditional Christmas colours

Thanks for visiting

Sharon
x

8 comments:

  1. Love those neutral masculine tones with the little pop of red ... so very glad you joined us for our *creature feature* at jingle belles.

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  2. A very stylish Christmas creation, many thanks for joining us at Allsorts this week.

    B x

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  3. oh my goodness that is a PERFECT masculine holiday card, i love that plaid, especially! (& of course the reindeer is very handsome as well!) so pleased you could join our "creature feature" fun at JINGLE BELLES! ♥

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  4. This is a fabulous Christmas card, I love his red nose x

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  5. How very elegant, perfect for a dad! Thank you for sharing with us at Allsorts in our Christmas Creatures challenge this week.

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  6. Superb masculine card.
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts 'Christmas Creatures' challenge and good luck x Susan x

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  7. Thanks for sharing your talent!!
    Thanks for joining us at Hiding in my Craft Room
    Cheers Jennie DTM
    Jenscrapstoo

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  8. Gorgeous!!! Thanks so much for participating in our CHRISTMAS CARDS ALL YEAR ‘ROUND challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!! *If this comment is late I apologize! I’m having major issues lately trying to leave comments due to the stupid ROBOT silliness!!!
    Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper

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