Sunday, March 25, 2018

Keeping Christmas - Jingle All The Way

Welcome to the Keeping Christmas Inspiration Hop!  If you are looking for some inspiration for Christmas cards, you have come to the right place.  Our team has decided to do a monthly Keeping Christmas Inspiration Hop! We will be sharing Christmas creations on the 25th of each month.

The whole idea is to have some Christmas cards and projects in our stash all ready to go for December 2018!

I stamped an adorable reindeer from The Greeting Farm's Dashing clear stamp set and colored it with my copics.  All the images in this set would work perfectly for making quick and easy Christmas cards!  I sponged some Peacock Feathers distress ink onto a cardstock panel that I diecut using both a stitched rectangle die and My Favorite Things' Stitched Scallop Basic Edges Die-namics.  I diecut the deer and adhered it to the cardbase using foam tape.  I used a black glaze pen on the deer's eyes and nose and then finished my card by wrapping some baker's twine around the top and tying a bow.

Copics Used:
Deer - E31, E30, E50, R20, E02, E11, E00
Scarf - YG17, YG03, YG01

Please hop along and be sure to visit each of the blogs.  There's lots of inspiration and ideas to get your creative juices flowing!


Anita Madden (You are here)
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hugs, Anita
Stamp:  The Greeting Farm - Dashing
Paper:  Pink & Main; Neenah
Other:  Copics, black glaze pen, baker's twine


  1. This is so sweet Anita! I love the colors....Merry and Bright! Your coloring is always beautiful as well!

  2. This is so sweet!! I love the shading and the coloring of the little deer!!

  3. So so cute, Anita! I always love your cards and your awesome coloring!

  4. wow !!! beautiful and so lovely work :) i really like your good idea so much.Thank for sharing.


  5. This is just adorable, Anita! Love your coloring and the perfect sponging in the background to set everything off perfectly.

  6. Too darn your sweet reindeer!

  7. VERY eyes just love the scalloped curve, especially!