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So Suzy & Crackerbox Stamps - Harry Christmas

Hi Everyone,

I have been playing with the new So Suzy & Crackerbox Stamps release.
Using some of those Harry Potter stamps and turned them into a Christmas card......
I must admit, I saw something similar on Pinterest and "recreated" it

My Crackerbox and So Suzy Stamp supplies:

I first gessoed a page from a dictionary, let it dry and ironed it, as the Gesso wrinkled the paper.

Before I started stamping, I masked of the "ME" from the word Merry on the stamp with a piece of Scotch tape (after I had inked it up)

I drew in the Ha - to turn the Merry into Harry.
Stamped and tore the paper to fit an A2 card base.

Attached the dictionary page to a piece of designer paper (Alexandra Renke)
Added some gold string and a little gold brad.

I had also colored the letter with Finetec Mica colors and added a few white gel pen accents to the glasses and the sentiment.

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conil said…
Too clever by half. LOVE that you altered the sentiment and included all those Potter icons. And, of course, you know I'd love the colors. You're really good at this, girl.
Anita in France said…
How fun, Cornelia ... love how the dictionary page adds a certain Hogwats-ness to your design ... clever lettering too ... would never have known if you hadn't said! Hugs, Anita :)
Mac Mable said…
Great idea to iron the newsprint paper and how creative to amend the sentiment. Very clever Cornelia and it x

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