Oh Deer
by Marybeth Lopez


Hello , Marybeth Lopez  here with you, again today. Yesterday was a Halloween card. I am sharing some of the brand new Poppystamps Holiday products.

Today I have this sweet :Nordic Deer card. The Nordic Deer die set has so much in one set. I also used one of the birds from the : Flock of Birds set. The deer is darling all by itself but decided to use one of the new Simple Rings die so that I could add just a bit of background  .


I love the woodgrain cardstock , gives it just a bit of texture and feels a bit woodsy.


Not the best picture but this is how you line up the second set of legs.  I wanted to show you the back side of the die cut. Just match up the belly and front of the deer , it also helps to look at the picture of the package. When matching up the sweater just look at the placement of the one sleeve. Simple.


The greenery is also part of the Nordic Deer set. The woodgrain panel is from memory box . Most of the brown cardstock is from memory box Earth Neutral 6X6 cardstock.Using the East Neutral set helped with the browns blending together.



I didn't add a sentiment to the outside this time. I will add it to the inside. I didn't want take away from the simple screen.

Thank you for stopping by.  So many cute new Christmas , Holiday products.

God bless you.




Hi Marybeth, This is such a cute deer, I love your background paper and the woodgrain paper and I love, love, love the birdie sitting proudly on the deer's tail. I love this.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Hi again Marybeth, I almost forgot, I absolutely adore the deer's Christmas Sweater, it is darling.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Oh deer, this is sooooo cute!

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