How does all this lead to a singing reindeer you ask?? Dave said we have to get a larger hard drive.. duh!!... or move some of the photos off and store on external hard drive or memory sticks... so I took a few minutes last night to start going through all my "old" card files and see what I could first remove without having to remove any Brayden pictures...... can't just blame it on Brayden... as there's gobs of card photos from years and years of stamping!!!
In the process I came across this "reindeer singing".. it's just adorable and the thing is... I have absolutely no memory of it... well, that's not actually very surprising these days... but honestly I don't remember finding this one... think I must have filed it away and I never made this card...... but never fear.. this one could show up in my upcoming December Christmas Stamp-a-Stack...or at least something close to it as many of the items used have since retired!!!
Stamps: Four The Holidays, Northern Hearts
Paper: Whisper White, Night of Navy, Bashful Blue,
Early Espresso, Chocolate Chip, Basic Black, Crumb Cake,
Real Red, Candy Cane Specialty DSP
Ink: Real Red, Chocolate Chip, Night of Navy, Bashful Blue
Accessories: Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter,
Uni-Ball Signo Gel Pen, Swirls Scribbles Sizzlit Die, Heart to Heart Punch,
2” x 1 3/8” Oval Punch, 1 3/8” x 5/8” Oval Punch, 1 ¾” Circle Punch, ½” Circle Punch
Night of Navy: 5 ½” x 8 ½”
Bashful Blue: 4” x 5 ¼”
Whisper White: 4” x 2”
Real Red: scrap to punch out nose
Early Espresso: 3” x 3” for antlers (sizzlit die)
Crumb Cake: scrap to punch out belly (2” x 1 3/8” Oval) – cut in ½
Chocolate Chip: scrap to punch out body (1 ¾” circle),
head (2” x 1 3/8” Oval) and hooves* (Heart to Heart punch)
Basic Black: scrap to punch out mouth (1 3/8” x 5/8” Oval)
Candy Cane Specialty DSP: 2” x 1 ¼” for hymnal
*For the hooves, she used the wider, right-hand heart from the Heart To Heart punch. and cut off each top of the heart to get two hooves and then cut a little triangle groove out of each.
I researched it and come to find out
it was posted on the SU Convention Display Board in 2009
and Stephanie Lumar took a photo of it and posted on her blog.