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Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps - Warm Winter Wishes

Hi Everybody,

I have a winter themed card for you today made with Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps.


My stamping supplies:

I used that bowl/snowglobe before and kept the mask I made for it. That made this really easy. I stamped the globe, fitted the cork in it with a stamp positioner. Stamped the snowman and masked it. Sponged distress ink around - also made a tiny mask for the reflection. Colored with water brush pens and added the sentiment (Cutplorations die). Splattered water, but it didn't show very well, so I added white gel pen "snowflakes". 


During the month of December all the stamps in the shop are 30% off.
 Copic markers and stencils are 20% off:


Happy Stamping and Happy New Year my friends!

Comments

conil said…
You said it was easy but it doesn't look like it. This is so beautifully crafted and designed, it's hard to believe that "easy". The coloring on the cork and the masking of the reflection make it look like a labor of love.
Wow! This is so fantastic and realistic looking. I love it. The colors are so bright and fun too with that darling little scene.
Bobby said…
This looks so realistic I just want to shake it, Cornelia.

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