Three Cool—The last card with a white card base has a Sahara Sand pattern of Peaceful Prints DSP for the card front.
Dear Friendship—I stamped a different sentiment in Garden Green ink at the bottom. I stamped the snowy ground image, deer and antlers in Soft Suede ink and colored in the deer with Crumb Cake Blends again. I finished by matting the layer onto Sahara Sand and popping up.
Four Cool—The last three cards from this class feature a Basic Black card base with a little bit different measurements. I cut the card stock in half, then trimmed off a 3-1/4" piece from the end, making a card base measuring 5-1/4" x 5-1/2". I scored that at 4-1/4" along the shorter side for the card base. The trimmed off piece was then cut down to 3-1/4" x 4-1/4" and will become the mat layer for the focal point! You could use any color for your stack of cards with the same measurements.
Like the previous cards, I adhered another pattern of Peaceful Prints DSP to the back of that shortened card front and added a strip of Be Dazzling Specialty Paper.
Best Time of Year—I stamped the three Peaceful Deer tree images across a 3" x 4" piece of Basic White, stamping off on some for depth. The sentiment was stamped at the bottom in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. The focal point is layered on that Basic Black piece, then tied with the Black & White Gingham Ribbon and popped up.
Five Cool—I added a Real Red snowflake DSP pattern to this card…ohh, that is my favorite print from this pack!
From All Of Us—I stamped the sentiment in Real Red and added the two large deer images at the top in Memento Black. For the smaller deer, I stamped the image in Memento Black onto a leftover scrap from the same DSP pattern, trimmed it out and popped it up. It's tied with more gingham ribbon to finish.
Six Cool—The final card features the last of the six DSP patterns and another Peaceful Deer sentiment, inked in Real Red. I stamped the jumping deer in Memento Black onto Sahara Sand cardstock, punched it out and popped it up. I stamped the antlers onto the white piece before adding the deer. I also turned this one into Rudolph with a Real Red Rhinestone. I'll add a couple of those to your kit, so you can have some Rudolphs, too!
I hope you love this fun & easy layout as much as I do! Remember, if you don't have the Peaceful Deer stamp set, you can always substitute with any holiday stamp set you have on hand. And, use the same layout idea with other stamp sets and DSP to make a quick stack of birthday, thank you or even sympathy cards. Have fun stamping your stacks!