Sunday, December 15, 2019

IAR Season's Greetings Blog Hop - Hello Deerie Card


WELCOME to the I Am Roses "Season's Greetings" Blog Hop!
Season's Greetings from all of us at I AM ROSES! There will be no IAR Challenge this month but we have a fabulous blog hop for you. We'd like to THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for all your support this year! There will be THREE Prizes up for grabs!

(2x) $50 Voucher
and
GRAND PRIZE $100 Voucher

Are you ready to win some beautiful I Am Roses flowers?

Here’s how to play:

  • Hop along to each of the Designers’ blogs and be sure to comment on their individual IAR Blog Hop Post
  • There are 3 HIDDEN BLOG CANDY PRIZES up for grabs spread throughout our  Designers’ blogs!
  • Be sure to Subscribe/Follow the I Am Roses Challenge Blog
  • Commenting along the way highly increases your chance of winning a Prize Voucher.
  • Comments will be CLOSED on 11:59pm PST on Saturday, December 21st (This blog hop has a duration of one week)
  • We will be randomly selecting 3 winners from the comments made on our Designers' blogs and will announce the winners here on the I Am Roses Challenge Blog on January 1st!
Let's get this hop started!

Here's the card I created for today's blog hop. Sometimes I feel that Santa gets all the credit and the "little guys" are often overlooked. So, I decided to make his important helpers front & center of this holiday card!


I Am Roses Supplies Used

Other Supplies Used
Big Shot (Sizzix)
Maltese Lace Frame Set (Sharon Callis Craft Designs)
Honey Silk Frame Set (Sharon Callis Craft Designs)
VersaFine Onyx Black Ink (Tsukineko/ Imagine Crafts)
Hello Deerie Stamp Set (Darcie's)
140 lb Mixed Media Paper
Watercolor Pencils (Derwent Academy)
Procolor Pencils (Derwent)
Kraft Cardstock (Recollections)
Green Cardstock (DCWV)
Foam Adhesive
Patterned Paper (Echo Park)
Sprinkletz- Very Cherry (Buttons Galore)

I started with a 5.5" square card base then I layered it with a 5 5/8" x 5 5/8" piece of green cardstock.

I used the outer frame die of the Maltese Lace Die set to cut my poinsettia paper and adhered all the layers together with my Xyron Mega Runner.


Then, I used the larger of the Maltese Frames to die-cut kraft cardstock.

I also die-cut mixed media paper using the inner ornate oval frame from Honey Silk Lace set.


At first, I stamped my reindeer image (from the Darcies Hello Deerie set) into the white oval frame die-cut but then I realized I also wanted to fit the little elf on there and there simply wasn't enough room. So, after I finished coloring him, I fussy cut him out with scissors.

Then I stamped my elf onto more mixed media paper.

I used an assortment of Derwent Academy watercolor and Derwent Procolor markers to color in both images and the little banner.

And hand cut all the images.


I die-cut another oval frame out of white cardstock and attached both the Kraft cardstock frame and the white oval frame onto my card base.

I glued 2 Olive Green May Roses to anchor my corners. These roses are bold in color and size.
Then I surrounded the large May Rose with White Cherry Blossoms & Red Arabian Jasmine Roses.

Then, I added adhesive foam behind my reindeer and elf and attached them to the center of my card.


I added tiny little peppermint accents around the corners opposite to my flowers for a bit of balance.

And here is my finished card...



I thought these two were absolutely adorable... look they're even holding hands! How cute is that?!


I hope you enjoyed my card for today's blog hop and that it inspires you to create some wonderful cards this holiday season!

Don't forget to check out all my wonderfully talented design team sisters over on their blogs...

Check out the full blog hop line-up here:

Happy Hopping!!
~Mitsyana

24 comments:

  1. I always love your step by step pictorials! Cute card Mitsyana!

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  2. Beautiful card and the step by steps are awesome! Thank you.

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  3. Beautiful card! Thanks for the hop blog and great gifts!

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    1. We are totally happy you stopped in and hopped along with us today!

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  4. Fabulous little elfs , super cute card with a great sentiment ! Thank you for sharing how you created it xx Have a merry Christmas, Ill hop on x

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  5. Love the different frames around
    the reindeer and elf. the flowers
    are gorgeous. Fantastic card.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Mary!!

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  6. This is gorgeous, love it, a great Tutorial. Marlene

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  7. Just stunning! I LOVE the fancy frame and gorgeous florals around these cuties!

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  8. Agree ...what would Santa do without his helpers:-))). Thanks for the tutorial.

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  9. Очаровательная открытка!

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  10. What a cute card with beautiful images. Beautiful molds and beautiful flowers.

    Hugs, Astrid.

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  11. This is a very nice card! Thanks for blog-hop!

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  12. Adorable card! I love the images and the layering! Beautiful flowers!

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  13. Naughty work, very nice. I will also take part in the blog hop

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  14. Very cute postcard with beautiful images.Thanks for blog-hop!

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  15. Fabulous tutorial! Those images are adorable and your card is so beautiful! xx

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