Sunday, January 19, 2020

Happy Birthday deer...

Hello and welcome crafty peeps!
Popping in with a very CAS card for me. (You know
how I love my layers!)

This is even, almost, a one layer card. Who am I?!!

I masked off the top and bottom of the card, then sponged a couple green inks
through the tree stencil. I bought this stencil about a year ago, (I looked it up),
 and I can't believe this is the first time using it. (I checked my blog. Yep, first time!) 
Before I removed the masking tape, I lined the top and bottom with a copper marker, 
using the edge as a guide. I stamped, colored and fussy cut the deer and adhered
 with foam squares. Finished with a simple sentiment. A very CAS guy card!

Well, the breakfast dishes are calling. and the maid needs to get off
her butt and wash them. (Yeah. I'm the maid. sigh)

Have a great day, and thanks for visiting!

I'd like to enter this at:
CAS Stencil challenge - use a new, or new to you, stencil
TGIF Challenge #247 

Stamps: STAMPlorations - Woodland Friends, Sketched - Simple Gift
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Rich Cocoa, Cottage Ivy, Northern Pine
CS: SN; Thunderbolt
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers & Aged Copper Metallic marker; ARTplorations - Christmas Tree 1 stencil; Picket Fence Studio blending brushes; MISTI; Post-It masking tape
Adhesives: SA by 3L - 3D foam squares


  1. Love your stenciled trees and your stamped, colored and fussy cut deer, Chris. TFS and joining us at CAS Stencil Challenge. Hugs...Nancy

  2. Your lovely deer is perfect with your stenciled trees, Chris! Beautiful color palette, too! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CAS Stencil!

  3. Love the off white base with this sweet scene. The stencilled trees look fabulous, bet you use this stencil again soon, it's great! Thankyou for playing along at Seize the Birthday and CAS Stencil, Cathy x


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