Detailed Deer Christmas Card

Detailed Deer Christmas Card

On September 1st the Holiday catalog will be coming out.  Boy are there some great things in there!  I shared the catalogs with Christmas Card Class attendees last evening and they were excited!

Check out this card we made in class last evening using the Detailed Deer thinlits dies and Dashing Deer stamp set which will come out in the Holiday Catalog.

Isn’t that pretty?  The reindeer in this set, both stamps and dies, are so elegant!  Of course pairing the beautiful dies with the Gold foil is just amazing.  I forgot to ask which card was the favorite in class, but I’m thinking from the comments, this one probably won.

We have four more Christmas Card Classes at the Library which really isn’t very many.  I hope you will make your plans now to join us for these classes!  Here are the dates so you can mark your calendar:

Card Classes at the Library

When: Join us to make Christmas cards at the Mason Dixon Public Library! Choose as many of the dates below to attend as you like – we’ll make different cards at each. We make 12 cards (3 each of 4 designs.)

  • Thursday, September 20, 6:00 – 8:00 P.M. – Christmas Cards
  • Thursday, October 18, 6:00 – 8:00 P.M. – Christmas Cards
  • Thursday, November 15, 6:00 – 8:00 P.M. – Christmas Cards
  • Thursday, November 29, 6:00 – 8:00 P.M. – Christmas Card

Where: Mason Dixon Library, Stewartstown, PA
Cost: non-refundable $18.00 – includes 12 cards with envelopes
What to bring: your favorite adhesive
RSVP: with payment, at least 2 days before the class you want to attend


  1. Thank you for sharing the “Detailed Deer Christmas Card” today, it is very festive indeed. What was used to make the deer? Have a super great weekend.

  2. I’d like to purchase the reindeer die, can you help me locate one? Thank you Ella

    • Hi Ella,

      The Detailed Deer thinlits dies will be available for purchase beginning September 5, when the Holiday Catalog begins. At that time you will be able to search for them in my online store and find them. It’s such a great set of dies, isn’t it? If I can be of further help, please do not hesitate to ask.

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