Saturday, 24 December 2016

Prancing deer

Here we go my last Christmas card of the year.


Tim's prancing deer with the shape echoed in the paper used for the background. I gave him a coat of aged gold embossing powder.


Tim's drippy edge die cut from card I had in my bits box which had been given a rust and patina finish to it.


A Tim sentiment and frame.....


.... and all the edges were finished with some of the aged gold frantage embossing.


It's Christmas Eve, we already have our guest arrived to spend a few days with us and we have 14 for pre-Christmas dinner tonight. I love Christmas.


Enjoy your Christmas Eve and any final preparations you have left to finish..


hugs Brenda xxx

11 comments:

Astrid Maclean said...

A wonderful final card Brenda, - love the effect of the aged gold ep!

Have an amazing festive weekend, I bet Ken will put together a feast for kings (and queens), enjoy every moment! xxxxx

Mrs.B said...

A wonderful card Brenda. Love the gold Frantage.
Have a fabulous Christmas.
Avril xx

Angela Radford said...

Another fab card Brenda. It's just reminded me seeing the image on the background that I have the stamp somewhere that matches him must have a look for it. Have a great Christmas, Angela xXx

Meggymay said...

Its a fabulous final Christmas card.
i hope you and the family have a wonderful festive Christmas.
Yvonne xx

Patty O'Malley said...

Awesome card, Brenda! Merry Christmas!

Monika Gulyas said...

Beautiful cards with beautiful golden deers! The aged gold looks amazing! Have a wonderful Christmas with your friends and family! xxx

Team Clark said...

Oh this pair looks amazing together! Love love and may have to scraplift. ;0 Big hugs, Autumn

Paper Profusion said...

Fabulous finish upper!! 14 for this evening, before the main day at all... Hope you delegate some of the courses! Merry Christmas Brenda to you and yours! Nicola x

Anita Houston said...

Gorgeous texture and layers... Love the deer. Cheers and merry Christmas!

Gio said...

So classy and elegant! Happy and peaceful Christmas, Brenda:-)

Joi at RR said...

Oh - for sure this one is one of my favorites of all the ones you did Brenda. Merry Christmas! Xj.