Good Morning! I hope you all had a nice weekend and to those of you that may work for a bank or a government office and have a 3 day weekend, I hope you enjoy your day off! I worked for a bank for 23 years years before my job was outsource a year ago this past July and my husband would say the banks would use any excuse to get a day off...LOL! Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoy your visit. Won't you take a moment to sign my guestbook or leave a comment to let me know you were here.
Today's card features a lovable Penny Black hedgehog image that was colored with Prisma pencils and OMS then cut and layered with circle/scallop Nestibilities. The inner circle was pierced with a paper piercer. Flower Soft was added to the hat and a little bit of glitter was added below the skate then pop dotted. The band was cut with EK diamond scallop edge punch with a ribbon added then a bow was tied to the ribbon. The sentiment is from The Cutting Cafe Christmas Circle Stamp Set that was re colored and cut with a circle Nestibility and layered onto the tag that was cut from the Cuttlebug Babyface Alphabet. The corners were cut with the Cuttlebug Vintage 2 x 2 die and added flat back pearls. The snowflakes were cut with the Cuttlebug snowflake die glittered and flat back pearls were added. All of the Cuttlebug dies used have 2 or 3 layers of card stock glue together before cutting.
That's all I have today...Enjoy your day!
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