Ellen Hutson – Merry Christmas Reindeer Die Cut Card

Welcome to my crafty space! I’m so glad you’re here today! I have a (mostly) die cut card to share with you today that is totally adorable and super fun! I used the new Ellen Hutson Sew Cute Deer die set with paper instead of felt stitching. Don’t worry, I’ll be stitching him up in felt very soon too! I just love making those fun ornaments!

Today though, I have this really fun card to share using him as a fabulous focal point on your Christmas cards! I cut all the pieces from various cardsotck colors, using glitter cardstock for the nose. I used liquid glue to adhere all the pieces together and set him aside.

Then I cut a piece of white cardstock from the Pink & Main Plaid cover die and adhered it to a white card base. Next, I stamped the sentiment and used a Pink & Main Mod Stitched Rectangle die to cut it out. Laying the reindeer and sentiment on my card front, I decided on placement. Holding the reindeer in place, I flipped it over and made marks where I would be trimming it off. This helped me keep the foam tape inside those areas to pop him up.

So, then I added the foam tape, adhered the reindeer and trimmed the edges. I used a combination of foam squares and liquid glue to adhere the sentiment rectangle.

Isn’t this just adorable and fun!?! It would be a fun design to mass produce if you have a lot of cards to make but still give great visual texture and interest.

Products used today:
Ellen Hutson Sew Cute Deer dies
Ellen Hutson It’s Christmastime stamps
Pink & Main Plaid cover die
Pink & Main Mod Stitched Rectangle dies
Liquid glue
Foam tape

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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