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October 21, 2020
My Favorite Things Happy Pawlidays stamp set and Square Peek-a-boo dienamics

Hello everyone! Today I am sharing another holiday card I made using products from My Favorite Things. For this card, I used an image from the Happy Pawlidays stamp set. I love these cute dog images! This particular dog reminds me of myself when I am trying to untangle lights for our tree! 🙂 Honestly, hanging the lights is my least favorite part of decorating the tree! I do love how it looks when the lights are plugged in, so it’s totally worth it!

I stamped my image onto Strathmore Bristol Smooth paper, colored it with Zig Color Real Brush markers, and cut it out. Next, I used the Square Peek-a-Boo die-namics to cut out a window frame from white card stock, which was 4.25″ x 5.5″ (A2 size). I stamped my sentiment below the window. Next, I took another piece of white card stock, which was the same size, put it underneath the window piece, and lightly marked the open area with a pencil. I blended distress oxide ink within the marked area going from dark to light (top to bottom). Then I added foam tape to the back of the window frame piece and attached it to the inked background piece. To finish up the card, I glued my image into the center of the window and attached the card panel to a top folding notecard.

I have made many cards with this stamp set since I purchased it and I see more projects in the future!

Thanks for stopping by! – Mona

Supplies I used to make this card:

My Favorite Things Happy Pawlidays
My Favorite Things Square Peek-a-Boo die-namics
Strathmore Bristol Smooth paper
Versafine Black Onyx Ink
Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers – Beige (72), Pink Haze (201), Light Carmine (21), Carmine Red (22), Yellow (50), Light Green (41), Light Blue (36), Cobalt Blue (31), Lilac (83), Violet (80)
Pentel Water Brush
Distress Oxide Ink – Tumbled Glass
Art Glitter Glue
Tombow Mono Dots Adhesive
Scotch 3D foam tape
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White card stock

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