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Guest Designing for Dream Factory/Traumfabrik #86

 Hi Everyone,

I have the honor to be guest designing for the current Dream Factory/Traumfabrik challenge this month. In case you are not familiar with this challenge it is all about movies. Every month one film serves as inspiration for the challenge. Really neat, right? So this month theme is "You've Got Mail". You don't have to have seen the movie, but anything like Thanksgiving, Christmas, Fall, Books, Love fits just fine
 So without further ado - here is my card:

I used this fun Santa from MFT Stamps, some ancient book stamp from Paper Smooches and Washi tape.

I hope I'll see you at the challenge!
Happy stamping!

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conil said…
Now that's a sweet card. Santa is darling gifting all those cool books. The washi tape is a terrific touch.
BożenA said…
Great design. You nicely combined this Santa with the books. And books might be for me if Santa is wondering ... :-)
Anita in France said…
What a cutie, Cornelia ... such a sweet Santa with his stack of books! Congratulations on your GD spot! Hugs, Anita :)
Danni Reid said…
How CUTE! Love your Santa with the books, I know a few recipients on my list who would ADORE your card. Very fun design!! Thank you for inspiring us this week @ IB!
Rosmarie said…
Hab ganz lieben Dank für diese absolut süsse Karte und dass du so gut auf unsere Challenge + DT-Aufruf auf der Traumfabrik aufmerksam machst!! ...wir freuen uns ganz toll, dich als Gast Designer zu haben!! LG, Rosi

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