Hi there stampers and happy Monday!  I have another quick and easy holiday card for you today that could be mass produced.  I got this great Hampton Artnstamp set with the coordinating die from Michael’s a couple weeks ago on sale for $3.50.  I’m not sure if it was a mistake on their part but I am not going to complain about getting that kind of deal.  

I started with a piece of whisper white cardstock that I embossed using the On Point Embossing Folder from Stampin Up.  I then used my brayer to apply mossy meadow ink on the background.  I added some ink splatters of mossy meadow and gold using my acrylic block.  

I then stamped the deer onto some crumb cake with early espresso ink and cut the image out using the coordinating die.  I heat set the sentiment in white embossing powder onto some cherry cobbler cardstock.  I die cut a stitched circle out of some birch wood from Altnew and then used the Pretty Pines Thinlits to die cut out the pine needle images.  I adhered all these together to create the focal point for my card.  The entire panel was adhered to an A2 top folding card base made from mossy meadow cardstock.
You can watch Day Two of my Holiday Card Series video HERE on my YouTube Channel, or below:

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