Seriously, you could practically create all your Christmas cards with this one bundle. Just look at that cute stocking....and that itty bitty teeny weeny HOLLY and BERRY! Just a warning that those dies are very small, so pay attention when using them....one bounce off your Big Shot and you'll be searching your craft area forever! But aren't they cute?! I colored in Miss Kitty with some Blends and diecut her stocking from some of the same DSP; the berries are Merry Merlot and the holly is Evening Evergreen!
I can't wait to see what favorite animals our stamping friends have! Be sure to share it with us at As You See It, and check out what the other designers' favorites are too! Thanks for popping in today! And here is an old, old picture of Pumpkin, relaxing in our bathroom sink!
I also found two more birthday cards hiding at the bottom of my pile....the first ones I got! This one is from Doris....too funny:
Such a fun array of cards! Thanks, everyone! So happy you popped in today! Enjoy your day and be blessed!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Stamps||Sweet Little Stockings, Primitive Pumpkins (My Favorite Things, for the tiny star)|
|Card stock & Papers||Crumb Cake, Merry Merlot, Evening Evergreen, Sweet Stockings DSP|
|Ink||Merry Merlot, Bumblebee, Memento Black
|Tools||Big Shot, Stockings Dies, Layering Circles Dies, Blends|
Wow, you received a lot of birthday cards! Your card today is so cute. Your fussy cutting of the mouse is unbelievable!! I might just have to play this coming week at AYSI.
Darling dsp for your darling card, LeAnne!! I'd choose a kitty for sure! Love your little Pumpkin in the sink - cooling off, would be my guess!
Love your card! I have this DSP sitting on my desk and was thinking of doing something very similar! Absolutely love this suite! Pumpkin in the sink = Priceless!
Cute papers - love the fussy cut mouse detail! Pumpkin in the sink is rather funny too!
For the small red berries on the greenery (they are tiny):
Put a Post-It Note over the die, run it through your die cutting machine. The die will stick to the Post-It Note.
Then, lift the die and the berries will stick to the Post-It Note! I used my ‘take your pick’ tool to pick up the berries and added them to the greenery with liquid glue. Makes your Christmas card assembly so much easier!
I got this tip from Sharon Armstrong's blog!!
I don't know what I'm most excited about LeAnne - the adorable golden all mixed up with the Christmas lights, or your precious Pumpkin fitting perfectly in the bathroom sink! Vicky x
Your card is super cute, but Pumpkin in the sink is ADORABLE!!
Adorable card - love the paper
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