Merry Christmas Reindeer Card

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Created by Brenda 

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This cute little reindeer card is easy to make and your kids can even help. 

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Materials Needed:

Glossy card stock

Light blue card stock

White Card stock

Sticker pack from Santa’s Christmas pack

Wobbles

Surfboard blue hybrid  ink

New life changing brushes

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Instructions:

  1. With piece of light blue card stock cut 8 1/2” x 5 1/2” score it in the middle at 4 1/4” and fold and burnish the score. With a piece of white card stock cut 5 1/4” x 4”, lay it on your surface and with the new brushes listed above and surfboard hybrid ink from scrapbook.com. Rub the brush in the ink and adhere a light layer over the card, then with a smaller brush make darker strips from the middle outward. Adhere this to the middle of the card base.
  2. Then all I did was add a sticker from the Santa’s Christmas pack, I did the reindeer.
  3. Add a piece of white card stock to the inside that measures 4” x 5 1/4”.
  4. Now choose a sentiment sticker and add it to another piece of white card stock and cut out around the edges. Add a wobble behind it and then attach it to the card.

ENJOY!

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Bring Joy with Brenda

Card Making, scrapbooking, paper crafts

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Brenda Wilkinson

Email: [email protected]

Blog: www.bringjoywithbrenda.com

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Reindeer Wobble Card

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Created by Brenda 

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Dasher, dancer, vixen, cupid but who knows which one he is but he is sure fun to make and to give. Try getting your kids to help and maybe even make lots for your kids class or co-workers at the office.

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Materials Needed:

Art impressions reindeer wobble stamp set

Small jingle bell

White Card stock

Black stamp pad, I used scrapbook.com

   hybrid ink

Gray card stock

Santa designer series paper from Simon

   Says Stamps.

Wink of stella clear

Markers to color in the reindeer

Adhesive tape by Kokuyo. 

Glue dots

Spring wobbles

Bone folder

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Instructions:

  1. With the gray card stock that is cut 11”x 4 1/4”.  Then score it in the middle at 5 1/2”. Fold and burnish with a bone folder, then add a piece of white card stock that measures 4” x 5 1/4” to the inside.
  2. With a piece of 5 1/4” x 4” designer series paper of your choice, add it to the front of the card.
  3. On a piece of white card stock stamp the  reindeer, the reindeer butt and the sentiment. Color the reindeer and his butt with markers of your choice and then cut them all out. Add wink of stella to the nose and jingle bell on his butt. 
  4. Adhere the reindeer to the front of your card with the sentament. Then add your wobble piece to his butt and then onto the card over his behind. 
  5. Lastly add a small jingle bell if you wish to the one on his butt.

ENJOY!

Now that you are done be sure to visit my blog at www.bringjoywithbrenda for more great projects.

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Bring Joy with Brenda

Card Making, scrapbooking, paper crafts

     and more 

Brenda Wilkinson

Email: [email protected]

Blog: www.bringjoywithbrenda.com

                        

                   

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