Tuesday, March 3, 2020


Good Morning. 
 It's foggy here today, but temperatures are on the rise
 and the snow is nearly  all melted, but lots of puddles........

I was on Amazon ordering something for my husband when this stamp popped
up as something you might be interested in.  And as you can see, I was.....

I had to play with the deer stamp a lot before I liked the results.  It's red rubber
and wood mounted from Inkadinkado.

Other stamp used, Nellie Snellen-Winter Waterfall (WT004)
Dies- Circle-Spellbinders, Snowflake die Amy Designs-Snowflake Swirl Round(ADD10122)
Corner Dies Spellbinders S5-342 Tiara Rondelle
Papers white, blue and blue glitter dotted paper.
Small white flower embellishments on snowflakes-Bling Stickers by Darice
Colored with Copics
Did you notice that the markings on the deer are pine trees?

That's it for me today.  Going to go to my local stamp store for a look around 
and drop some cards I made for her.

Have a wonderful Tuesday.
Thanks for stopping by
Until later.........


Sue said...

Hi Sue, Another lovely card.

Hope you are having a nice day. Sue

KarinsArtScrap said...

wow gorgeous card and use off dies Sue and a fab deer
Gr Karin

Bunny said...

A beautiful card. Love the deer and the great dies. [Bunny]

cotnob said...

A super card Sue, such a majestic deer - Amazon is very clever isn't it, I have been persuaded to purchase paper pads on several occasions, or perhaps it is just us that is easily tempted!
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

cuilliesocks said...

Gosh he is magnificent Sue, no wonder you had to have it. It's a wonderful card, beautifully created scene and fabulous colouring, Kate x x

Sandra H said...

So beautiful

Donna Ellis said...

Sue, this is oh-so-majestic! I just love the regal feel to your card, those rich colors, and the glittery background! Who would think soft blue, ornate die cuts would go so beautifully with these other elements? It's a gorgeous creation! hugs, de

Patti J said...

Gorgeous card! That animal is so muscular and beautiful! The soft blue is a perfect frame for him! Great job, Sue - as always!!!