Saturday, December 20, 2014

Merry Kissmoose Door Hanger

Merry Kissmoose Door Hanger
Well, to have that Christmas feeling is not enough by just one door hanger, right? So, I made another Christmas door hanger for my son's room. This time, I made a little cuter and more kiddy look since my son is just three (3) years plus old. 

Close-up: Moose with Christmas hat

The moose is stamped on a white circle. A Christmas hat is added to its head to make it more Christmas feel. The images are colored using Copic markers. Then, the edges of the circle is distressed to tone down the whiteness. It is attached onto a yellow scalloped circle. Two (2) giggle eyes are added to the moose and one white gem is added to the hat to make it a bit sparkle.

Close-up: Sentiment
The sentiment is stamped on a tiny die cut fishtail yellow banner but on the reverse direction from the previous. The mistletoe is created using the same way.

For my son's door hanger, I die cut a light blue tag and trimmed away the right side of the hanging hole. The scalloped circle is attached to the door hanger follow by the sentiment banner in which I use foam tape too so that it will have some dimension.

This door hanger is entering the challenge(s) organized by :
1) Lawnscaping Challenge 96 - Merry Christmas (ends by 24 December 2014)
2) Crazy for CAS - Challenge #60 Anything Goes (ends by 02 January 2015)

Stamps and tools used :
Copic marker used : E08, E13, E25, E27, E29 and R27


Christiana said...

Aw, what a cute little guy he is! Thanks for playing with us at Lawnscaping! Happy Holidays!

Ellen said...

Fabulous door hanger, thanks for joining us at Crazy for CAS.

Gerdine said...

Lovely idea! Thanks for joining us at CFC!

Anja Curvers said...

Such a great project love that image and the sentiment. Thanks for joining us over at CFC.

Susan Hogan said...

Kissmoose! Love it! Such a cute door hanger. Hope the jolly old soul came to your son and he was delighted! Such a cute image and beautiful sentiment. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Eclectic Ellapu!

Lisa Winnard said...

Great make!
Thanks for sharing at Eclectic Ellapu.
Lisa - Eclectic Ellapu DT.

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