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Saturday, February 10, 2018

How are EWE?

Hi Everyone,

I am again playing with the stamps from Stampotique's New Release - that cute sheep is hard to resist!

And there are a lot of matching sentiments on the EWE cube. I did some stamping, masking and light water coloring. Also added some Stickles to the pink sheep to make it stand out even more. Washi tape at the bottom, an enamel dot on the side and a black side strip. I also could not resist to put some googly eyes on the pink sheep....

Happy Stamping!

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Nora N. said...

This is so fun!! I LOVE the little google eyes on the pink sheep and the way you used the fun paper/tape accents!! GREAT design!

conil said...

Looks like to rams hitting on the ewe...at least in my fantasy. And with all that shimmer she's quite a looker. Seriously adorable card.

Flo said...

Ich habe EWE nicht, ehrlich!!!
Vielleicht hat sie sich hinter einem der vorderen Schafe versteckt!!!
Du hast diese Karte wieder einmal toll gestaltet.
Liebe Sonntagsgrüße

Anita in France said...

Well, doesn't she stand out from the crowd, Cornelia ... she's fabulous in her cute pink ensemble and her glitzy shimmer ... sure goes well with her fluttery eyes! Hugs, Anita :)

Verna Angerhofer said...

That is so darling with one sheep being pink. Certainly makes her stand out and looks so lovely with all that shine. This is such a fantastic and fun design.

Mac Mable said...

Such fun and love that pink adorble sheep x