I went digging through my snippet box and found most of the elements to make this Christmas card for the March Rudolph Day challenge. The gold foil panel was embossed with a Cuttlebug snow globe ef and the trio of MB trees was already assembled with the gold glitter paper, so I decided to put them together. I pulled some papers from a Crate Paper pad and die-cut a snowy hill with Lawn Fawn hillside dies. Whenever I have small green bits leftover, I die-cut holly leaves and toss them into a little Altoid tin. I pulled out two, covered them with green stickles and added red stickles to the 3 "berries" on top. The tiny fawns were cut with Poppy Stamps dies, and I added diamond stickles to the snowy hill border along with a few accents around the bottom of the trees. The sentiment was heat-embossed with gold on a matching strip of the cardbase color and placed between the baby fawns.
It snowed here again yesterday, but quickly melted after dumping about an inch of white stuff early in the day. Winter just isn't letting go easily this year, but hopefully today we'll have more warm sunshine for a while.
Thanks for stopping by and make it a great day!