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I'd like to share with you, a card that I created for the Polkadoodles Week 46 Challenge. For this challenge the card had to have this "give thanks" sentiment, which they gave as a free download. This is the first time I have entered a Polkadoodles challenge.
I first became familiar with Polkadoodles when I saw it mentioned on my blogger friend, Enfys' blog Going Buggy. I was fortunate enough to win one of their fabulous CDs from her blog and absolutely love it.
For this card I used the Polkadoodles Digital Papercrafting CD-ROM Jingle Jangle Christmas. I printed the green polka dotted paper from that CD as well as the cute snowman. I then did a bit of fussy cutting of that cute little guy. I decided where I wanted him placed on the blue card stock, then stamped a variety of snowflakes with Versa Mark, drew the 'arms' with a Versa Mark pen and embossed them with white embossing powder. I adhered the snowman to the blue card stock and then to the green dotted paper.
To add the sentiment, I changed up the size and positioning a bit and printed it onto white card stock. I cut around the bottom of the 'g' so it would extend down over the main layers of the card. This was all adhered to blue card stock cut to an A-2 sized card. I think this cute little guy looks very thankful that there is more snow coming down around him.
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Until next time, Happy Crafting!