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I saw more than a few cards where people put antlers on the penquin and... well... I just couldn't resist!
And here is the sketch that we used:
It's a fun sketch, so if you decide to use it, I hope you'll share the card you made with me!
Some Stampin' Tips:
- Repeating elements. When I first started making this card, I did not have any snowflakes stamped on the white paper behind my little penguin guy and it looked empty. So I looked to the patterned paper that I was using as my background and repeated the snowflakes on my white cardstock by reversing the colors -- the patterned paper was Night of Navy blue with white snowflakes so I stamped my white background with Night of Navy snowflakes! It really gives the card a fun look.
- Mix n' Match Stamps. I do this all the time... don't be afraid to mix your stamp sets... there is no hard and fast rule that you can only use one stamp set on your cards! :)
- Pop of Color. So I needed some contrast on my card... there was lots of dark colors with the blue and black. So I added the Cherry Cobbler to really make the sentiment stand out and frame my penguin! It's always a good idea to add some pops of color to your cards.
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