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Muse Christmas Vision #43

Hi Everyone,

I am playing along with the Muse Christmas Vision and our Muse is Kimberly Wiener from Wiener Honeymooners, yeahh!

Here is Kim's card:

You can see I went with the deer and the color theme. Stamped and heat embossed two of them in silver and die cut one in red. The stamp/die set is by Hampton Arts - got it for cheap in my Michaels :) also added some tiny silver stars and Wink of Stella on the sentiment.

My stash of Christmas cards is growing steadily - how about yours?

So, are you inspired? I bet you are! See you at MCV!

Also linking up with:
Christmas Card challenges - photo (went with the red)
Wow embossing powders - use heat embossing


Kristie Goulet said…
LOVE this, Cornelia! I want to CASE your card exactly! So perfect. xoxo
Pam A said…
Fabulous! Love how you layered the deer.
Mac Mable said…
Such a classy and contemporary Christmas card. That silver embossing is really wow with the red deer x
Lori said…
I love this card! The silver embossed deer along with the red one layered on top - fabulous!
cm said…
Gorgeous! Red and silver...swooning!
conil said…
Yep, most definitely a winner and my Christmas stash is growing nicely, thank you very much. Red and silver always says Christmas to me.
Rema DeLeeuw said…
Fabulous cards! Thanks for sharing at Christmas Card Challenges.
JoAnn said…
Great card. Love the trio of deer heads with the red one and the silver embellishments. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Christmas Card Challenges.
Susan Powell said…
Love, LOVE, love this card!!! The trio of deer is fantastic - and love that two are silver embossed! Beautiful!! Thanks for joining us this week at Christmas Card Challenges.
Ardyth said…
You always go in a direction I wouldn't have thought of. This is fun, funky and festive - perfect!
Jenni's Jems said…
Love the silver embossed stags with the pop of red !x
Monika Reeck said…
realy coool interpretation from Kimberly card
your red one is funtastic
great xmas card Cornelia
Fab!! I love how everyone is being so creative this challenge!!! So HAPPY you joined in Cornelia!!!
Catchy Sketch said…
Love this vivid red color!
Suchi said…
How many awesome things can I miss when away from blog-world! :( This is reallly elegant! :)
Suchi xx
Chriss Blagrave said…
I love your graphic interpretation of Kimberly's card! Truly fantastic! ❤️
Kim Heggins said…
Wonderful your sweet and festive deer.

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