I have to admit when I first saw the Wonderland stamp set in the 2015 Stampin’ Up! Holiday catalog, I did like the trees and especially the sentiments, but I wasn’t really digging the antlers. Well, I finally caved, and ordered the set, because I thought that my son, who is a big Duck Dynasty fan, and self-proclaimed redneck, might like it.
Well, I found the cutest way to use the antlers! I’m sure you’ll agree, these antlers are not for rednecks, but for Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer!
Adorable, right? I made this in my last class and the girls LOVED it! It is so quick and simple to make too. And the folks over at Merry Monday Christmas Challenge decided this week to include a deer in your card, so I’ll be submitting this to their challenge too.
Whisper White paper cut to 2″ wide and 4-1/4″ long was shaped in the Scallop Tag Topper Punch. The Antlers from Wonderland are stamped with Soft Suede ink, as well as the To/From from Festival of Trees stamp set. The eyes are punched from Early Espresso cardstock using the Owl Builder Punch. The nose in this sample was punched with Real Red cardstock, but in my class, we used the larger dot from the Home For Christmas Enamel Dots. A little white hi-light on the eyes using the Signo White marker and your done! We added a 2-1/4″ x 4-1/4″ strip of Real Red cardstock and tied them together with the 1/8″ Real Red Ribbon. Easy Peasy!
I know you are going to want to make this yourself, but you’ll have to hurry. Stampin’ Up! just released a Retiring Products List from the Holiday catalog and this stamp will be retiring 🙁
No worries, you can still get it now, but pretty soon it will be too late, and then you’ll just be sad that you missed out. Now would be the time to snag this stamp set and stock up on the Enamel Dots and ribbon too!
Check out my facebook page; I’ve created a photo album of projects using the Wonderland Stamp set. This set is so versatile and so much fun, that I’m having a hard time putting it down! You’ll be inspired by the many projects you can make with this set.
Thanks for stopping by My Stampin Space!
Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog