Marianne Fisher’s adorable deer card won’t take too long to make but it will certainly leave a lasting impression
What you need...
- Dies: Frantic Stamper, Tall Pine Trees; Simon Says Stamp, Kate Snowflake
- Ink-pad: Distress, Victorian Velvet
- Toppers: Daisy Mae Draws, Christmas Friends
- Patterned papers, First Edition, Wanderlust
- Card: white, kraft
- Paper, red
- Fun flock, white
Dainty Deer Card - 1 Fold a blank, 14.5cm square, from kraft card. Cut striped paper, 14cm square, ink the edges and attach to the card blank with the stripes running horizontally.
2 Trim red paper, 11cm square, then secure to the right-hand side of the card. Attach an offcut with vertical stripes across the bottom. Cut the right-hand edge of the circular topper, ink the edges and fix as shown.
3 Stick a sentiment over the edge of the topper. Attach a die-cut snowflake in the top-left and overlap trees in the bottom-left corner. Add PVA glue to the fur and bobble of the deer’s hat, then sprinkle with fun flock and gently press. Remove excess and press firmly.
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