Well thank you to everyone who took the time to leave such interesting comments on my post yesterday. There is a lot of agreement that it is a shame that blogging isn't as popular as it was but I am so encouraged that so many of you do love blogging and want to continue. Many of you also feel it is a shame that challenges have declined. I am now on just 2 DTs, LOTV and Pink Gem and am very happy that way. I also removed the blog ranking numbers a while ago. Blogging isn’t a popularity contest after all is it. Your comments have helped me to feel more motivated about blogging too especially when I had people comment who don't normally comment and I am now following them.
I hadn't realised that some of my visitors like a lady called Christine don't have a blog but love to visit. Christine said she doesn't comment as she reads the comments and feels she would be saying the same thing and I wouldn't want to read it. Well if you are reading this then I would love you to comment as I always take the time to read and truly appreciate every comment. So I am back today with a card to share.
I always seem to leave Graham's card to be the last Christmas card I make. He really liked a card I made recently using these new MFT deer dies but without the little hearts. I started thinking about the layout for his card and had the idea of using lots of dies and embossing folders. The hearts look really sweet on the antlers but what a fiddle as they are so tiny.
Paper - Making Cards freebie
MFT dies - stitched mountain range, rolling hills, deer love, layered snowflakes
Trees - Marianne, Elizabeth craft 5 part pine, Frantic Stamper tall pine trees
I used various embossing folders on the trees for added texture.
The Cutie Pie stars and/or snowflakes
Creative Inspirations Winter/Christmas
Simon Says stitch it
Noor! Design UK anything goes
Really looking forward to something today which I shall tell you more about tomorrow.