I can tell you why I like this so much. My deep dark secret is that I don't love red, green and white together. Seriously! I don't love classic Christmas colors. They feel kind of stark to me. But you add in a kraft or a golden yellow or a gold - and they become rich and wonderful!! Or teal and they become trendy. Or pink and they become soft and sweet.
Anyway, I started this card with the kraft colored deer, then I was avoiding red and green because of my phobia - but it needed red and green - and then I remembered how much I enjoyed this color challenge!
Funny thing - I had actually put a red nose on this deer, then when it was all together and ready to photograph, I realized I hadn't added the antlers. Rudolph just doesn't look right without antlers!! So I pulled off the red nose and made it a her! I also added an eye. You can see that the die cuts a border, then the insides. I wanted a simple look so just took the insides and pressed them on a Versamark pad to slightly darken them. After I had it all adhered, I realized it would have been much better if I had Versamarked the border because it needed to be darker so you could see the eye details that was already part of the die cut. Luckily, there's a die in this set that adds little spots to his back to make him a fawn so I just cut one of the little spots and gave it an eye!