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Owl Wish You a Merry Christmas September 20, 2014

Posted by Danielle in Crafts.
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Happy Saturday!  Hopefully everyone is enjoying their weekend.  For today’s project, I have a card showing a couple of cute owls and some fantastic PaperTemptress.com products!



For this card, I started out with a Neenah Desert Storm Kraft cardstock.  On top, I layered one of the Hambly Studio overlays, this one from Package #3, that looks like wood grain.  The owls are a Digistamps4Joy image called Two-wit Twooo from the Progressive Challenge, and the sentiment is from the Happy Happy Joy Joy Word Art set.  Both the sentiment and the image are printed onto Cryogen cardstock, and the owls are colored with the following Copic markers:  100, C00, E13, E15, E50, E53, E57, E59, R22, R24, R29, W4, W7, W10, Y06, Y36, and YR24.  The sentiment is mounted onto Red Crepe Ruche, which gives it some subtle texture.  I also used Glossy Accents for the owls’ eyes.



1. Judy Garrelts - September 20, 2014

Soooooooo cute!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for sharing!

2. Karen Stark - September 20, 2014

This is so cute!! Love the wood grain background!!

3. Desire Fourie - September 21, 2014

Danielle this is just so beautifully coloured and designed. Loving the gold wood grain in the background. Thank you for taking the time to use this month’s free Christmas image. You have automatically qualified to receive next month’s Christmas image for free, which will be emailed to you at the beginning of October.
{Digistamps4Joy Christmas Challenge Co-ordinator}
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

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