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Are you YETI for your birthday?!?

Hi crafters, Heather here. Are you even YETI for the card I'm sharing today?!? I don't know if you are but here we go!
I just totally fell in LOVE with the Hello Sweeutms Yeti Set Go stamps and dies and have been itching to create a slimline card using them for some time! I just LOVE how the dies cut out the little hands so that they can hold the cute little presents/hearts from the stamp set!
I am always super inspired by Davina's slimline cards and have been playing with them more and more lately! You can really build a scene so well with a longer card base (the card base is cut to 8x4 and scored it at 4"). This type of card will fit perfectly into a #10 envelope! Anywho, I stamped these adorable images and used Copics to color them - HEY, did you guys know that Vanessa has Copics in the Butterfly Reflections, Ink. Shop?? She totally does and at $5.77 each - they're a fabulous price!! After coloring the images, I built a fun scene for my yetis using the Lawn Fawn Stitched Mountain Borders and Stitched Hillside Borders Lawn Cuts. I inked the mountains up with Weathered Wood and the snowy hills were inked with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide. The sky was a blend of Abandoned Coral, Worn Lipstick, and Scattered Straw Distress Oxides. To finish the card off, I embossed one of the fun sentiments with white embossing powder on black paper and sliced it up :). I wanted to play along with the awesome Mood Board for this month:
Have you guys given it a shot yet?!? The colors are FAB, I hope they inspire you to play along! Have a great day!

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  1. تعمل شركة تنظيف فلل مكة على توفير كل الخدمات التى يبحث عنها الجميع لتنظيف كل منازلهم بالاضافة الى تقديم شركة تنظيف مفروشات مكة كل ما هو جديد و حصرى فى مجال تنظيف المفروشات و ايضا شركة جلى بلاط مكة لتوفير كل خدمات تنظيف و تلميع الرخام و البلاط و السيراميك و ايضا شركة غسيل خزانات مكة لتنظيف كل الخزانات على اعلى مستوى و شركة مكافحة العته بمكة لمكافحة كل انواع الحشرات بافضل المبيدات

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