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October 29th, 2018

This weeks product spotlight: Dashing Deer

  This is only a small sampling of the stamps and thinlits that come in this beautiful bundle.  I’ve made a few more cards with this set that I’ll be posting this week. I may make some of the catalog samples too, it’s always fun to see those in person.1aWMdd1 Collage

I used the Stamparatus so I could get a deep color of Soft Suede since I was stamping on DSP. Next, I dabbed some of the Copper Shimmer Paint right over the residual soft suede ink using a sponge dauber…I’m happy with the result! Here’s some general instructions:

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Boo boo’s are learning opportunities…and I love it even more when I don’t mess up beyond repair!

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To order use Hostess Code at check out:

U9BUNTSK

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(October 1-31st, 2018)

Coming November 1st – 30th…or while supplies last!

Click on the picture to see details of this showcase:

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Price: $110.00

 

4 Responses to “Dashing Deer”

  1. Denise Bryant

    Gorgeous card! Love the deer!
    We don’t have as many deer hanging around our yard as we used to. I see maybe 3 or 4 here regularly. I have spotted as many as 13 at one time, but that was a few years back!

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      • Denise Bryant

        It’s really fun to have fawns in the yard. We had one a couple of years ago that was really little, must have just been days old. Her mama parked her in our backyard under a tree, but it was out in the open! We were worried that something happened to the mama, but by morning, the fawn had moved. We saw her later in the yard after she got a little bigger. I didn’t realize the does would leave the babies for such a long stretch at a time, especially when they are so young!

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