Friday, December 9, 2016

Stamped Penguin Christmas card

Another day, another Christmas card.
Except today is apparently National Christmas Card day. Who knew!?


(Remember that post about traveling with my coloring supplies?  Well, I actually did color some of those images and this is one I did with colored pencils.  It was on sketch paper, so what I did was glue it down over top of cardstock before die cutting.  It worked out great.)


The star is the same star I stamped with watercolor crayons the other day, but on red shrink plastic.  The snowflakes are foam glitter shapes meant for kids.  I love them! (Oh, wait!  Shrink plastic is meant for kids too! Lol)

Supplies:  Art Impressions Snow Much Fun stamp set, Archival ink, Derwent Coloursoft pencils, Just For Fun Rubber Stamps Stamptangle Star, small, StazOn ink, red shrink plastic, Elle's Studuo Christmas sentiments, Spellbinders Labels 18, Pebbles Home for Christmas 6x6 paper pad, Recollections craftfoam snowflakes, adhesive gems from my stash.

 I would love to participate in this challenge:
Mojo Monday Sketch 477
National Christmas Card Day @ SimonSaysStamp

Thank you for visiting!

8 comments:

  1. Shrink plastic is fun stuff! So cute Heidi!

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  2. Great Xmaas card Heidi and love that cute penguin too ;) Viv xx

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  3. He's so sweet and festive Heidi. Fun card.

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  4. He is just too cute, love how you accented him with the flower and snowflakes, Congrats on your card on the power poppy blog :)

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  5. Who said foam glitter shapes were just for kids? Unless you mean kids of all ages. I had to laugh about the shrink plastic. Yes! I remember shrinky dinks as a kid.

    Cute penguin card!

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  6. Your card is so cute and sweet. I love the shapes and the papers 

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  7. Such an adorable card. That sweet little penguin makes me smile. Thanks for joining us for Mojo Monday!

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  8. That penguin is a real cutie pie, and I love those coordinating papers too! Fun!

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