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Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps - Minion Kevin Checking In

Hi Everybody,

Some of the products I have used have been provided to me from various companies I design for. Affiliate links may be used in the links provided below.


I hope you love Minions as much as I do. Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps has a whole lot of them, you can see them all HERE. We also have a big sale on nurse, doctor and medical-stamps.


 For this card I used Minion Kevin. I started with the hat first and masked it. Stamped minion Kevin.  Colored him with Inktense and markers. Added the mask, that I had stamped on patterned paper. Added the Checking in and colored the check mark.



Here are the 20% off stamp sale categories and card techniques.

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You can get $5.00 store credit once a week. Each month we will have several categories on sale for 20% OFF and a technique for that month. All you have to do is make a card with at least one stamp from the sales category and use the technique (in May its "do a fold") and 
Vicky will put $5.00 on your store account and leave you a comment that it is done. We can't wait to see your creative work! 
Linking up with:

Dream Factory - Minions

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Comments

conil said…
As you know, I do love minions...especially when they're helping others like this little. What a guy.
Rosmarie said…
Ha, die ist ja lustig!! - Sowas fällt auch nur dir ein!! Freut mich dass du noch ein zweites Kärtchen für unsere Traumfabrik Challenge hast!
Anita in France said…
Fun and cute and sure to raise a smile for the recipient, Cornelia! Hugs, Anita :)

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