Winter Whittle Reindeer
by Kim Singdahlsen

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I have having so much fun with the Whittle Forest Reindeer kit. These guys in their cute little hats make me smile the entire time that I am working.  For this card I put them in a field of snow-covered trees, also from the kit, with falling snowflakes from Adelaide Snowflakes and a big Proper Merry Christmas.

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You can see in the above picture that there are other reindeer in the kit - you can see the side views plus if you look closely because it's almost covered, there's a fawn!  They are sweet too and I will definitely be using them - but the hats go with these particular reindeer and it's the hats that are currently tickling my funny bone!

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These deer were part of the fall release so my first card put them on a hillside with evergreens.  (See details here.)  I'm already planning to do a more classic Christmas with a red-nosed reindeer.  I would have done it on today's card but I really liked the look of all of the soft blues (and no red!)

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I used all soft blues and tans.  I did add some sparkle with just a border of glitter paper and three little gems. The dies did all the work on this card - their sweet faces, the hats(!), the great font on the sentiment and those lacy snowflakes - it doesn't need anything else.

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I am obviously having fun with these guys and am already envisioning a red-nosed reindeer.  I hope I have given you some ideas for your own reindeer cards!Kim Floral Signature copy





Hi Kim, I have read your write-up on your card, which sounds amazing, although none of the pictures are showing which is a shame, hopefully it will just be a gremlin in the works.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Hi Kim, I have re-visited your Blog post, now I can see the fabulous cards, they are every bit as amazing as I first thought, the reindeer are so cute.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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