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CARDS:
4 ¼ x 5 ½ inches
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110-lb. cardstock (all card bases & cross-stitch die-cuts, except on the blue card)
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80-lb. cardstock (cross-stitch die cut on blue card, and the white front pieces)
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80-lb. cardstock (piece behind die-cuts mounted with 3M foam tape)
Bazzill cardstock (colored front pieces)
Papertrey Ink Impression Plate, Linen (front pieces)
Different cardstocks for the frames
Gina K. Cranberry Tart cardstock (frame on owl card)
Unknown wood-grain cardstock (frames on deer cards)
Textured specialty paper (front pieces on deer cards, Thank you, Jan.)
Spellbinders Nestabilities Large and Small Labels (S4-168 and S4-169) to make the frames
(All the frames are doubled up except for the owl card where I accidentally took two doubles thinking they were singles and put them together. So that one has four layers.)


FOCAL IMAGE:
My Favorite Things Cross Stitch Tag die set
My Favorite Things cross-stitch patterns (except for the Christmas tree)
Marianne Design cross-stitch pattern (Christmas tree)
I removed one two-stitch row to make it fit the die-cut.


FLOSS:

CHRISTMAS TREE:
DMC Coton Perlé #5 floss, Emerald Isle (Variations 4047) and Dark Drab Brown (610)

CANDLE:
DMC Coton Perlé #5, Red (321), Very Dark Pistachio Green (319), Evergreen Forest (Variations 4045), and Wheat Fields (Variations 4075)

OWL:
DMC Coton Perlé #5, Very Dark Cornflower Blue (791), Dark Red (498), Topaz (725), Black (310) and Blanc

SNOWFLAKE:
DMC Coton Perlé #5, Crystal Water (Variations 4230)

DEER:
#1DMC Coton Perlé #5, Sand Dune (Variations 4145) and Espresso (4000)
#2DMC Coton Perlé #5, Light Drab Brown (612) and Dark Drab Brown (610)
BothDMC black (6-strand floss) eyes and Marlitt viscose floss (893) (Thank you, Nora.)
I had to practice and practice making French knots with different threads and thicknesses of threads. For the nose, I just did four cross-stitches, one on top of the other.

TFL.
Daria


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