Hello folks (if there is anyone still out there) & a happy new year to you. Not quite sure what happened to December, things sort of ran away with me. It didn't help that my craft room is used as a dumping ground for all the last-minute-tidying-away-before-the visitors-arrive. That's going to take a while to excavate.
Which is why this post is purely digital. These cards were created using Silhouette Studio (free to download - you don't have to buy a Silhouette machine), along with Pink Petticoat papers. The reindeer is a freebie, here. I used the trace feature to get the deer outline, then subtracted it from a square & used the result to crop the papers. Any simple outline or font could be used.
|Using dottie paper in crimson from the Fairy Lights collection|
|Using berries paper in willow.|
|Using vintage stars paper in soft silver.|
The cards are sized so I can print 3 out on one sheet of A4, all one layer, easy to send. I also used this image for some of my Xmas decor this year - printed on photo paper & hung in simple frames from Ikea that usually carry other pictures:
If you know the your friends' colour schemes, you could send a card to match!
One-Layer Simplicity Challenge: #1 ~Re-stocking the shelves