Sunday, November 18, 2012

An Amusing Noel

One of my favorite A Muse sets is Nordic Noel, and this card shows why.

I just love these clean, solid images. For anyone wondering what a visual triangle is, take a gander at the placement of the leaves and berries. Draw lines between them and you get...tada!...a triangle. Those three points sort of unify the whole design, which is further reinforced by the placement of Noel where the deer is looking at it.

Always give your creatures something to look at.

And the nine tiny blings for the berries are just so festive, don't you think?

Of course you do.

Who doesn't love bling?


stamps: A Muse
ink" SU cherry cobbler, old olive
paper: PTI white
accessories: dimensionals, rhinestones


  1. Love that reindeer silhouette!! Great card :)

  2. A perfect placing of the holly & berries under the deer's tail. Giggle, giggle. Are we really that childish? Yup! ;-)

  3. I really like that card, Susan. That deer image is the nicest I've seen! I would have been tempted to bling up the Noel as well. I'm a sucker for sparkle.

  4. So cute and elegant all at the same time time :)

  5. Great card and placement of your holly.

  6. This is such a classy Christmas card! Cherry cobbler and old olive are perfect together. Lovely card.

  7. I love the image, and your colors are delightful :)


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