Manatees...

January 01, 2018

 Hi Everyone,

Happy New Year!!! WOW 2018!!! Looking forward to seeing what treats Gerda has in store for us this year!!!

Its Hazel (Didos) Here with a super cute Manatee Shadow Box using the all new Manatee Clear Stamps. Available in the Store Soon. 
The stamp set is adorable and these Manatee can be used for all sorts of occasions.  You get all 3 in the set. 
I have used distress inks for my sea background. Perfect Pearls for a bit of magical sparkle and the Manatee and Fish are colored with Prismacolor Pencils. 

Thanks for dropping by today, Enjoy the start of the new year!!!

Hazel x



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