For today’s card I have joined together a few different products.  I love using dies with other stamps and paper than the ones they are designed with.  It is another great benefit of Stampin’ Up! products to play mix and match.


Stampin' Up!, Peaceful Deer, Cabin Dies, Peaceful Prints, Jackie Beers



My Rudolph is from the Peaceful Deer Bundle.  It is a punch bundle, so one I had to have.  Rudolph is stamped using Cinnamon Cider Ink, punched with the matching punch, and then gone over with Wink of Stella for some shine to his coat.  And surprisingly it really brought the words out more than they were without it.  That’s a Win/Win.  His antlers are punched as well and are added with a single glue dot.  It is placed at the top of his head and then both are pressed onto it.  And I had to give him a Red Rhinestone nose!!

Dies and Paper

The trees are from the Cabin Dies from the Peaceful Cabin Bundle.  They are one long piece that fits perfectly to the size of the card.  Of course in the woods with Rudolph I needed some snow.  This gorgeous piece of DSP is from the Peaceful Prints Designer Series Paper.  It is one of the FREE items (with a $50.00 purchase) in the Sale-A-Bration catalog.  To match the brightness of the colors of the DSP, I chose Shaded Spruce for the trees and card base.  I haven’t used it in a bit and here it was the perfect choice.


  • card base of Shaded Spruce is cut 5 1/2 X 8 1/2
  • White layer is cut 5 1/4 X 4
  • DSP is cut 5 1/8 X 3 7/8
  • For trees scrap is 5 1/4 X 2 1/2
  • Deer scrap is 4 X 2 3/4
  • scrap of Soft Suede for antlers.


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