Welcome to my post for the Eureka! Stamps Design Team Blog Hop!
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I have 2 cards to share today.
For this first card I used my Cuttlebug to emboss some blue card stock with a snowflake pattern. I then used a white ink pad and a direct to paper technique to add a bit of white to those snow flakes. Even though it may not show in the picture, the card has a snowy sparkle to it, as I sprayed it with some Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist. I love the way it makes things shimmer and shine!
The "Bundle up" is part of the "Bundle Up and Enjoy" (#34401) image from Eureka! Stamps. I used the digital format of this image for my card, which made it easy to size and fussy cut for my card. This image also comes in rubber.
I used the 2nd half of the image inside my card.
When I saw the next image I had to have it.
It is called "Photographic Memory" (#24207) also from Eureka! Stamps. When I read it, I laughed out loud. I used the rubber stamp of this sentiment, but it does also come in digital format.
I had this camera die cut from a sheet of die cuts I bought a long time ago. When I got the sentiment I knew exactly what I would do with it.
When my son suggested that I adhere the camera to the card base and fussy cut around it, I thought it was a great idea.
I stamped the first 1/2 of the sentiment onto silver vellum and adhered it to the back of the camera to show through the lens opening.
I used the other half of the sentiment inside the card and added a couple stars, that were on the die cut sheet, as accents.
Now I have to find just the right person to send this card to. LOL
I hope you have enjoyed my cards today, thank you for hopping along.
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Until next time, Happy Crafting!