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I have four cards to share today, all using new Pure Innocence sets. Since it’s blustery cold here today, I’ll start with Happy Heart Snowman. :)
The snowman was stamped onto Whip Cream card stock and colored with Copics. I stamped his arms and heart a second time, paper-pieced the heart and popped up the arms, adhering the top of his right arm flat to the paper. He was die-cut using Pierced Circle STAX and layered atop a Dizzy Doily. The sentiment block was cut using Pierced Rectangle STAX with the “stitched” strip cut using Blueprints 2.
Inside, I stamped the snowman again using Paver Red ink.
My second snowman was stamped onto X-Press It Blending Card and colored with Copics with the heart once again paper-pieced. I added a Sno Cone Medium Simply Scallops strip accented with a Sweet Tooth Snowflake and Sno Cone button. The sentiment is from PI Warm Winter.
Next, I used PI Warm Winter. The girl is stamped onto X-Press It Blending Card and colored with Copic markers. A Sour Apple button accents the patterned paper and lace strips and the sentiment is from PI Holiday Hugs.
Lastly, I have another card using PI Warm Winter. This time I switched out the snowball for a small heart (die-cut from Paver Red card stock using Blueprints 8.) After stamping and coloring, the image panel was die-cut using new Pierced Oval STAX Die-namics. The sentiment was stamped in Sweet Tooth ink and embossed using white powder.
Inside, I added a sentiment from PI All Occasion Sentiments and added another small die-cut heart.
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