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Hello! Rubeena here with a guest post for you!


I first used my MISTI to stamp MFT Watercolor Stripes Background Stamp onto my card base using a light pink and dark pink ink pads. I die-cut a scalloped circle using MFT Die-namics Stitched Mini Scallop Circle STAX and then stamped the same background stamp using only light pink. I stamped one of the sentiments from Concord & 9th's By Your Side with VersaFine Onyx Black Ink Pad and heat set with clear embossing powder. I matted it down onto my card base with foam tape.

Next, I stamped the pair of cats from Newton's Nook's Christmas Cuddles Stamp with Ranger Black Ink and watercolored with distress inks. I fussy cut the image and placed it below the sentiment. I added a few splatters of Hickory Smoke distress ink and glued some sequins from Lucy's Purely Peppermint mix. To finish it off, I added matching twine.



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