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Monday, 30 March 2020

Deer in Forest for Rudolph Days Challenge

Hi everybody.  This is another new stamp which I got before Christmas but hasn't been seen before here.  It is by Impression Obsession (F7838) but doesn't have a name on the packing but when I looked on line appears to be called Deer in Forest.


I stamped the image using Versafine Clair Nocturne ink and heat embossed it using WOW Clear Gloss Embossing Powder and coloured the background with some blended Distress Inks and matted it on to a piece of black card.  I then dry embossed the square white card with the Simon Says Falling Snow stencil and added the sentiment from the set again using the Nocturne ink heat embossed with the Clear Gloss EP. 

I've made it with a day to spare this time, better than last month anyway..lol. as this month's Rudolph Days Challenge run by Mo over at Scraps of Life by Scrappymo finishes tomorrow.  Thank you for your visit and I'll see you again soon.  Take care everyone. 







I am also entering:

The Holly and the Ivy Christmas Challenge - No. 68 Anything Christmas Goes.
Sweet Stampin' March Christmas Challenge - Clean and Simple.



18 comments:

  1. wonderful serene image, and the perfect stamp for mass producing :)

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  2. Always good to ink up NBUS isn't it? You've rocked this card with just the right amount of sun to sky colouring - splendid make

    Happy Monday - stay well

    Kathyk

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  3. What a beautiful scene, Pat! Very serene!

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  4. Beautiful scenic card Pat, I love the deer and the fabulous sky, what amazing colours.
    I hope you are coping well and finding lots to occupy you, keep safe, Kate x

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  5. A great stamp Pat which I must check out! You winter sky background is perfect for the image too! x

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  6. Hi Pat,
    this is such a lovely card and your inking of the sky looks brilliant.
    Such a lovely stamped scene and a great design.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

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  7. They must have stayed up all night coming up with the name for that stamp Pat lol! Your creativity has far surpassed theirs with your stunning background and the light coming through those trees. A beautiful scene! Stay safe and well. Vicky x

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  8. Your white embossed background so hilights the beautifully stamped and embossed image. The light inking looks so good here. Wonderful card, PAt.

    Thanks for taking part in the March Rudolph Days Challenge.

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  9. I love the sky, Pat and of course the tree stamp. I've seen skies like that around here lately.

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  10. A fabulous card Pat - I love the stamp you've used.
    Kath x

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  11. What a beautiful, peaceful scene you have created. Thanks for joining us at the Creative Challenge of Christmas at Sweet Stampin'.

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  12. Oooh, such a realistic sunset on this beautiful Christmas card! I love the image and the subtle embossing of snow in the background. Thank you so much for playing along with the Rudolph Days Challenge!
    Linda, DT
    Rudolph Days Challenge

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  13. Such an atmospheric card with delicate blending and a fabulous silhouette stamped image x.

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  14. What a peaceful scene you created here Pat... It so lovely and how I wish I could be in that little forest too.. Be safe!

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  15. I love it....fab card and your inking adds such an amazing look! love that.
    xx Karen

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  16. You've created a lovely scene, Pat and I love the embossed background which frames the scene beautifully. xx

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  17. What a lovely Christmas card, thanks for playing along with us at THAIC.

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  18. LOVE the winter sky Pat. The colours are gorgeous behind you fabulous silhouette winter scene. Love the texture of your dry embossed panel. xx

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