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Christmas Decorating

Welcome back this fantastic Friday!  Candice with you today and I have a bunch of adorable mice decorating on this sweet Christmas card!

I love the new release from Hello Bluebird from the Butterfly Reflections, Ink store and used these for my card:
Hello Bluebird Merry Mice stamp set & coordinating diesHello Bluebird O Christmas Tree stamp set & coordinating diesMama Elephant Big Happy Holidays dieHello Bluebird Falling Snow Backgrounds stampSunny Studio Woodland Borders die (snowhills)oxide inks-worn lipstick, spun sugar, mustard seed & squeezed lemonadecopic markers I began my card by creating an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base which is perfect for the size 9A envelopes.
For the background, I heat embossed the falling snow with white and inked over it with mustard seed & squeezed lemonade.  I then die cut the snowhills , pop dotting the bottom two after stamping the sentiment in black.
I then die cut multiples of the Happy Holidays, layering for dimension and inking the top …
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