Simple Deer

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Simple Deer

Other Products: White cardstock, 6 x 7.5" white card base, green pearl string – Hobby House, Copics: C2, C4, YG97, YG67, YG63, hot glue, foam pads, black versafine, Merry Merlot & Early Espresso ink pads – stampin up!, double sided tape

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Instructions: Cut a piece of white card and a dark red paper to 7.25 x 5.75", adhere centrally to the tent fold card base. Cut a pale paper from the collection approx. 5 x 4" and adhere to the card base, slightly to the left, to create a background for the deer.

Cut a piece of white card 5.5 x 7" and adhere a striped paper measuring 5 x 6.75" to the centre of the card. Die cut a rectangle from the centre of this approx. .75" from the left of this piece of card. Adhere to the card using foam pads.

Die cut the large eyelet frame from white card, and diecut the smaller frame inside of this. Use dries clear adhesive to secure to the aperture on the card.

Stamp the deer using black versafine ink and colour using copics for the grasses area and watercolour pens on the stag. Colour the doe using Merry Merlot ink and daubers. Die cut and edge the deer with the Merry Merlot and Early Espresso inks. Secure under the frame using hot glue.

Cut the sentiment from the paper collection and adhere using dries clear adhesive to the top right of the card.

Run a thin line of double sided tape across the bottom of the card and a think line of adhesive on top of this. Adhere the string of pearls across the adhesive and tape line and press down well to secure.

Created By Cheryl Morgan