Sending warm fuzzies- Guest Design

January 05, 2017

Hello everyone!

Alexandra here from made by Alexandra sharing a card that I made using Warm Fuzzies  clear stamp set .

To create this card I stamped the trees using Memento Dew Drops inks and then cut them leaving a white border.
Inked the background using Distress inks and then added a hill and the trees.
The cute bear is colored using Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers and the sentiment is from the same stamp set!.
    Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a great day!





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