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So Suzy & Crackerbox Stamps - Candy Cane Christmas Time

Hi Everyone,

I have been playing with the new So Suzy & Crackerbox Stamps release.
Here I am using the Candy Cane.

I inked up a strip of Kraft paper with the candy cane and heat embossed it in white.

Colored first the red stripes with Inktense

Added the white

used a green card base and stamped the sentiment

Added a strip of glitter paper and my candy cane panel - used the Misti to line it all up perfectly

Stamped the sentiment again. Toughed up the sentiment where the ink didn't take well because of the heat embossing. You can use a black Sharpie for that or an alcohol ink marker.

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Flo said…
Genau!!! Wenn man mal über den Text nachdenkt, verhalten wir uns schon recht komisch in der Weihnachtszeit.
Aber Deine Karte macht alles wieder gut.
Liebe Grüße
conil said…
Once again, you have me laughing my butt off. Such a great sentiment and you've backed it up perfectly with those tasty looking candy canes. Biiiiig thumbs up!
Aileen said…
Great card Cornelia, that red of the candy cane looks amazing, I never thought to use my inktense of kraft. Love it and of course the sentiment. xx Aileen
Anita in France said…
Bwaahahahaha ... what a fun sentiment, Cornelia ... and luscious colouring on those candy canes ... they do look rather tasty! Hugs, Anita :)

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