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Crackerbox Stamps - Here's a Tissue for your Issue

 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 made this card with some of the older stamps from Crackerbox Stamps.

It is a very simple card. I stamped the laughing frog and colored it with Copics. Stamped the sentiment. I cut a square of tissue paper and folded it up and glued it to the frogs hand. Lastly I added some enamel dots. Trimmed the card and attached a strip of designer paper at the bottom.

The stamps I used:

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting!
Happy Stamping!

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Comments

Flo said…
Hahaha!!! Das ist ja eine lustige Idee!!! Ein Frosch mit einem Taschentuch in der Hand! Ich krieg mich nicht mehr ein.
Deine Post kam gestern hier an, Danke dafür.
LG Flo
conil said…
This is simply hilarious. Thanks so much for the laugh, my friend.
papierelle said…
Herrlich!!! Und wenn ein Taschentuch ausreicht, um Probleme zu lösen, dann her damit!!!
Donna said…
Love this!
Tissue for your issue - he he he he
Thanks for joining Edna and the sisterhood to celebrate our 200th snarky challenge!!
Dotty Jo said…
Very funny! Love that frog. Thanks for playing with The Sisterhood, Jo x

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