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Good morning, all! It's Cassie here, and I've got a cute and silly card to share with you today! This card was totally inspired by the new #Hashtag stamp set that was a collaboration with Bossy Joscie. This set is so sassy and fun! And it works for so many different cards.


 This polar bear can't wait for Christmas morning and I can't either! I started this card by stamping the polar bear from the Polar Bear Pals stamp set on some Bristol Smooth cardstock. I made a mask for the bear and grabbed the two presents from the Beast Friends stamp set and stamped them in a pile behind him. I colored all of the images in with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. I cut the image out and set it aside for later. Next I took another piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock and die cut the large tag from the A Tag for All Elle-ments die set and used the smooshing technique to add color. I used a couple of the blues from my Zigs to get a fun mix.
I let that dry and stamped the sentiment 'seriously with VersaMark ink and heat embossed dark gray embossing powder. I used my mini ink blending tools to add some Black Soot to a scrap piece of watercolor cardstock and stamped the hashtags that I wanted on top of the Black Soot. I added the bear and presents to the card with foam tape. I also cut apart the hashtags and added them with foam tape as well.
To finish the card I added some white dots with my white gel pen as well as some enamel dots with my Nuvo Crystal Drops. I also used my white gelly pen to added some patterns to the presents and detail on the scarf. And that's it for my card! I hope you enjoyed today's card, and I will see you again soon with another one!

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