Highland Stag – 2 Cards

Hi everyone,

I hope your week has started well. Thank you for your lovely comments on my previous posts.

I am getting to the end of my samples now. Today I thought I would share a card made with another of the new stamps from Crafty Individuals. This is another of Ellie Mulligan designs.

 

For this card I teamed up the Highland Stag  with the Fantastic Florals and added a bit of script for good measure.

 

For both of these cards I have stamped the stags head, coloured it and then cut it out and mounted it onto some gelli prints.

Crafty Individuals Stamps used:

The Highland Stag CI 526
Fantastic Florals CI 525
French Script CI 017 – Old favourite that comes out time an time again.

Thank you for looking.

Flo x

8 thoughts

  1. WOW Flo, loving your wonderful cards, fabulous stag image and coloured beautifully. Both cards have amazing backgrounds, Kate x x

  2. Wonderful cards, Flo! I like the colors you used for both – each has its own tone or mood.
    I’ve been busy uploading designs on my Redbubble shop, so thank you, sweet friend, for the suggesting it. I hadn’t heard of it before until you mentioned it some while ago.

    Hugs xo
    Marianne

  3. What fabulous gelli prints Flo and the stag is another stunning image by Ellie which goes well coloured to match each of the backgrounds. x

  4. Both are beautiful, but…I like the first a little bit more…just as much as your “blue dog”…they have something that is so stunning! Hugs, Gerrina

  5. Two great cards once again… Wonderful combination with your gelli prints, I think you’re right to just add this superb deer that really pops out!! Gorgeous work Flo, I love both cards!
    Coco xx

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