Using clear embossing powder mixed with dazzling diamonds glitter, I created twinkling stars and a snowy landscape - I'm not sure if you can see this in the picture. I also added a little bling to his antlers, which is what I imagined doing the very first time I saw this stamp. Colours are Not Quite Navy, Chocolate Chip, and Whisper White.
Then I thought I should try to go a little bit "Christmasy" with my colours, so I trawled through my papers to find something red and green, and came up with this one. This card was supposed to be different, but I had a disaster with the ribbon that was unfixable, so it changed to what it is. There are green hills this time, and sparkly antlers.
Because I hadn't meant to do so much colouring-in, I decided to move onto a more plain layout, and came up with this one, using silver embossing powder. I made the bow using a fork, as I learned in one of my technique classes (thanks, Manda!) I quite like this card. But maybe it is TOO plain?
Then, because I am running out of black cardstock, I went looking for another colour to work with and found Almost Amethyst. With the paler colour, it needed more matting to get an impact. I don't mind this one's design either, but if I repeat it I'll neaten it up.
So, that is where I am up to so far. I'll keep working on it. By the time I find a design I'm happy with, I might have made enough cards to send to everyone anyway!
I'm loving Dasher, I hope you like him too.