I stamped my moose on a piece of white cardstock, using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I colored him in with colored pencils, and then masked him off. I inked the background with Broken China, Chipped Sapphire, and a bit of Black Soot Distress inks, then removed the mask. I die cut that with a Spellbinders "Labels Eight" die, and also die cut a frame from green cardstock, with that die plus the next largest.
For the background, I cut a piece of patterned paper from My Mind's Eye's "Cozy Christmas" 6x6" pad to 4.25x5.5". I also cut a piece of vellum the same size. I taped the vellum over the patterned paper, and ran that through my die cutting machine with the larger "Labels Eight" die, to create a window in the panel. After removing the tape, I ran the vellum piece through my Xyron Creative Station, to apply adhesive to the back. Then I adhered that to the patterned paper piece, & mounted the panel to a white A2 card base.
After inlaying my focal panel & frame, it was time to work on the greeting. I used the "Noel" from the "Mistletoe & Holly" stamp set from Essentials by Ellen. I stamped that in the corner, roughly following the line of the frame. Then I heat embossed that with Recollections Copper Detail embossing powder. Finally, I added some stars (or snow) to the sky with a white gel pen.
I'm also entering this card in Virginia's View Challenge #19: "Color It."