Tuesday, November 10, 2020

CASology #378: Stag

Hello. Hoping all is well in your world. We have a new cue card for you this morning. This should be a fun new challenge for us all. Our sponsor for this challenge is STAMPlorations. I am using their Yuletide Deer set on my card today.




My card is a simple one layer card that I masked and ink blended pale pink and coral dye ink. Then heat embossed the Yuletide Deer and greeting in gold detail powder. Finally I stamped some small snow flakes in the coral ink.


One more card with this great set. I stamped the stag on real birch bark and heat embossed with gold detail powder. Glued it to a white panel and splattered with metallic ink. Then stamped and die cut the greetings and mounted with foam tape. Then to finish off I added some gold liquid drops.
Manly birthday...check.




With Christmas right around the corner I thought I should work on Christmas cards. I am looking forward to seeing what you create with the "stag" cue.


5 comments:

  1. What a treat to see your second card, Sue! I love the pink & gold pairing on the Christmas card and am just blown away by the birthday card. The gold embossing on the birch bark is just stunning.

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  2. wow I love this stamp-so graphic and yet appears so soft. Love it with the coral but have to say I adore the second card-what an amazing idea-looks so earthy and using the torn edges like this looks stunning-hope to this in the gallery at Time Out x

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  3. I love that fractal deer... so cool!

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  4. Thanks so much for the opportunity to join such an illustrious group of designers for this STAG challenge!
    BOth versions of your cards are great...what fab stag stamps!
    Chrissie Guest Designer

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  5. Fantastic designs. I am partial to the second. Very rustic. Thanks for playing at Time Out.

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