Coolest Yule

After waiting for a few weeks while they were out of stock, I was finally able to get my hands on the ADORABLE Coolest Yule stamp set and dies from Cathy Zielske of CZ Design. As soon as I saw the deer in this stamp set, I just knew I had to have it. I made a couple of very quick clean and simple 4 bar (A1) sized note cards so I could still use this stamp set this year even though I didn’t receive it until the beginning of December.

Mel's Card Corner | Coolest Yule

I started by stamping the larger deer using Walnut Stain Oxide ink from Tim Holtz then heat embossed it when clear embossing powder. I used the coordinating die to cut it out. To give it more of a Rudolph look, I colored a small rhinestone using the Light Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Blends marker from Stampin’ Up!® then added it to the deer as a little nose.

Mel's Card Corner | Coolest Yule

Using one of the stitched rectangles from the 4 Bar Stitched Rectangles from Lawn Fawn, I cut a layer from Whisper White card stock. I stamped one of the sentiment from the stamp set on the stitched rectangle using Candied Apple Oxide ink and again heat embossed it using clear embossing powder. I matted the stitched rectangle with some Real Red card stock then adhered it to a 4 bar (A1) sized note card make from Crumb Cake cardstock using Dimensionals. I then added the deer die cut, also popping him up using Dimensionals.

Mel's Card Corner | Coolest Yule

I decided to decorate the outside of the envelope to coordinate with the card. I stamped the smaller deer and the smallest sentiment from the stamp set on the envelope using Crumb Cake ink for a tone-on-tone look. I used the Light Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Blends marker again to add a little red nose on the deer, but this time I just drew it on the envelope rather than using a rhinestone.

Thanks for stopping by today. Be sure to come back tomorrow when I’ll share the other design I created using this stamp set.

Until next time …

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