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Topflight Stamps - Cheesy Christmas

    Hi Everyone,

This week it's anything goes on the Topflight blog
I finally got my hands on this fabulous Christmas Tree. It looks like Swiss Cheese, doesn't it? And guess who loves cheese? 
Those pesky rats - you got it!
I stamped the tree onto yellow card stock. colored it a bit with Copics and cut it out. marked where the tree ends up on the card and masked and stamped some of the rats.

The other rats I stamped on scrap paper and cut them out. Colored them all with Copics. Assembled everything and added the heat embossed sentiment. Added Stickles to the star.
This was NOT a quick project - just in case you are wondering about that. Alone the planning out took some time and of course the cutting and coloring. But it was worth it for me - I hope you agree!

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting. 
See you next week with more Topflight Stamps inspiration.

And here are the stamp supplies I used: 


Conny said…
Wie genial! Richtig, richtig klasse! So ein Käse-Weihnachtsbaum hat was *gg*

Liebe Grüße
Cathy said…
Thank you for joining the Lost Coast challenge. What an awesome job on coloring the tree. I wouldn't even think it was a christmas stamp.
Sue said…
This is such fun Cornelia, thanks so much for joining in with us again at Lost Coast Designs, Sue xx
Laurie said…
Such a cute and fun Christmas card! You have colored it wonderfully as well. Thanks for joining the Lost Coast Design Challenge!
Lynne said…
Love this fun card. Thank you for joining in at Christmas Craft Creations. Lynne DT

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