Oct 29, 2014

Sticky Fingers!

Hello, again friends!

Can you believe it is already "hump" day and the week is half over?  And Christmas Eve is only 8 Wednesdays away!  Which means you are probably doing the same thing I am....working on Christmas cards!  Today I'm sharing a card made with some of my favorite dies & one of my favorite digi stamps. The digi stamp is from Mo Manning & is actually called "Sticky"........probably because of the sticky fingers he will have from this giant candy cane!


The dies I used on this card are as follows: Impression Obsession Fir Trees, Spellbinders Decorative Labels 27,  and Memory Box Pinecone Corner.  I cut the Pinecone Corner twice.  The first time in green & the second time in brown.  By just cutting the pinecones away from the brown version, you can easily glue them over your green die cut which will give you an additional depth to the corner.  I also used a Wink of Stella clear pen on top of the pinecones for some extra glitter & interest.  I added some red Stickles to the candy cane too.  You can never have too much glitter!  ha  ha

I hope you are now pumped up to try your hand at a card of your own!  If you do, be sure you check out the Dies R Us Challenge Blog as we offer a new challenge on the first & the fifteenth of each month.  The lucky winner will get a gift certificate to the Dies R Us Store!   I don't know of anywhere you can shop & find a bigger variety of companies all under one roof!  Check it out!

Be sure to check the blog daily for inspiration from our terrific design team too!

Until next week, happy crafting!
Sherri

4 comments:

  1. What a cute elf! Love the pine cone and tree dies! More for the list, lol.

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  2. CUTE CUTE CUTE... This little guy with sticky fingers is just such an adorable image! I LOVE the addition of the bough and pine cones and the cute little trees. Well done and inspiring!

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  3. love the tones of your card & that little babe is so sweet!

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  4. Oh my goodness! This is SO ADORABLE Sherri! What fabulous inspiration!

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