Ho Ho Ho!

December 07, 2018 1 Comment

Ho Ho Ho!




Hi everyone! Cathy here with a card using the brand new Balancing Mouse stamp set.
I'd probably lose my mind if I found a mouse playing around on my Christmas decorations, but isn't he the cutest?





I started by inking the background using MFT Cement Gray hybrid ink in the areas where I was going to adhere the die-cut pieces. I then stamped snowflakes from this stamp set in Versamark ink and heat embossed them with white embossing powder.

I used an MFT die for the Ho Ho Ho sentiment cut from patterned paper and I just love how the ornament fit perfectly inside.



I colored the mouse and ornament with Copics and fussy cut around them leaving a thin border of white so they would stand out better on the red die-cut pieces.

Hope you enjoyed and see you again soon!

Cathy



1 Response

Carla Hundley
Carla Hundley

December 23, 2018

So cute!
Carla from Utah

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