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Who Wouldn’t Want a Baby Reindeer?

First off, I’d like to mention that I have put up a blog post EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!!!! That is a first for me!!! Amazing! Ok, but the real reason your here is to check out my latest card right???

I came across this stamp the other day… I don’t even think I’ve ever even used it which is sad because it’s so damn cute! I know, I know… I don’t usually do cute… but it’s Christmastime! And really, who wouldn’t want a baby reindeer???

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This adorable image is from Hampton Art Stamps, and yeah, it’s supposed to be a puppy dressed up… but in my mind, it really is a baby reindeer! Don’tcha want a Rudolph of your own???

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The paper is all from DCWV. I just really liked this combo of colors and patterns. And the embossing powder (from Gel-A-Tins) not only has a bit of sparkle, but it’s CHERRY scented!!! How cool is that? It doesn’t last too long, but I still think it’s pretty rad!

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The ink is Green Tea from Color Box. Ok, so I’m gonna run… both my babies are taking naps at the SAME TIME (the stars have aligned this week for me huh?!?!) so I’ve gotta go make some scrapbook pages!!! ‘Till next time!!! ;}

Comments

Jen Shults said…
Oooh, that's adorable! I love that you embossed in in red. I've never seen that before. It turned out fantastic. :D
Jamee said…
aaww that image is so adorable! great card!!!
Stampvamp said…
Cherry scented!! I need some of that STAT!!!! Gorgeous card!

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