Have a howly-jowly Christmas

September 29, 2020

Have a howly-jowly Christmas

 Hello, Margreet here and I created this card with the adorable Carol Puppies clear stamp set from Gerda Steiner Designs:

To create this card I started off with a white base card that I die cut with a slimline die from CarlijnDesign.
I coloured the scalloped die cut with distress inks in the colours Black Soot, Chipped Sapphire, Faded Jeans and Stormy Sky. The moon was made with Fossilized Amber.
Some snowflakes were spattered while tapping on a Molotow marker.
The text was stamped with Versamark and heat embossed with white embossing powder.
The lamp post is a die cut from Joy!crafts. I draw some candles in it.
I stamped, coloured them with copics and fussy cut 2 dogs and placed them on my card. For the cat I used some foam tape.
To finish off I added some snow using foam ball clay. 
Thanks for stopping by and hope you got inspired.
xxx Margreet









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