Making holiday cards for people of other beliefs can be tricky, but not with this stamp set from MHK Designs, there are two greetings that don't mention Christmas and a winter picture.
Holiday Deer and has a gorgeous picture and a mix of greetings for the season.
The picture was printed in brown on to thin cream card and then distressed with Old Paper Distress Ink, a crackle stamp and a splodge stencil. All this added to a torn edge really makes it look vintage which is what I wanted for this image.
The beauty of a digital image is being able to change the size and even the colour if you play around with a photo package or just the settings on your printer.
A Kraft card blank was stamped with a pine branch and Archival Ink Coffee before adding the image layers. The greeting was die cut using a Sizzix die Fancy Charms, I used a gold pen to colour a small edge around the shape before mounting it on foam pads across the bottom of the card.
In the top corner I have added some die cut pine branches and a couple of fir cones. This style would also make a great masculine holiday card, just change the greeting to a Christmas one if you wish.
I would like to enter my Holiday Deer in the following challenges:
ABC Christmas - Unusual Christmas Colours
Christmas Card Challenges - Photo Inspiration
52 Christmas Card Throwdown - In The Wild Woods
A Snowflakes Promise - Winter / Christmas