Merry Moose

During the 2019 Holiday Season Stampin’ UP! released a new Stamp & Punch Bundle called Merry Moose. This stamp set was so popular it sold out….like almost immediately. I was never on the Moose bandwagon so while I had customers who were disappointed they couldn’t get their Moose on, I wasn’t.

Merry Moose

Stampin’ UP! brought the Merry Moose back this year in the Aug-Dec 2020 mini catalog and wow were folks happy so I decided to also purchase the bundle. This is my first card using it and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.

Merry Moose

Moose aren’t fussy animals so I didn’t want my card to be overly busy so I kept the stamping simple and only one piece of DSP. I did have to do some dry embossing and die-cutting.

A few details

  • The branch die from Forever Flourishing was cut using shaded spruce then sponged with more shaded spruce ink.
  • The patterned paper is from the Heartwarming Hugs Designer Series Paper Pack. In looking through the other papers in my stash I think many patterns in the Tis The Season DSP would work just as well.
  • The moose was punched from Gray Granite but I turned him around so he was facing the left instead of the right.
  • I used the small circle die from Tasteful Labels die set for the sentiment with a Layering circle die in Real Red behind.
  • The shaded spruce cardstock is embossed with Tasteful Textiles – my new favorite embossing folder.


The card base for this card is only 5-1/2 x 8 and scored at 4, so slightly narrower than a standard card base. Shaded spruce layer is 3-7/5 x 5-1/4, DSP is 3×5 and the whisper white is 3 x 3-1/2.

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.


  1. Love this Christmas card using the Moose. Bought this stamp set and punch last year and made many Christmas cards with it. Love it. Really liked your Christmas card using the Moose, easy and can make lots in very little time. Thanks for sharing. Found you through Mary Fish

    • Thank you Maureen. This will be one of my holiday stamp a stack cards for sure this year. Thank you for finding me and for your comment.


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