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Warm Fuzzy Hugs

Good morning, crafty friends! Today, I have a set of cards using Mama Elephant products; I absolutely adore their sweet images!



To begin, I used the Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Die to cut two backgrounds from Bristol smooth cardstock for my card. I inked the first background with Distress Oxide Ink pads in Spun Sugar and Picked Raspberry. Then, I splattered some water and thinned out Picked Raspberry DO with a paintbrush, and set aside to dry. I did the same for my blue background, using Tumbled Glass and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Ink.



Next, I stamped my images using the Fuzzy Hugs Stamp Set with the Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad. I colored the stamped images with Copic markers, and added white highlights with this gel pen. I cut out my colored images with the Fuzzy Hugs Creative Cuts, and set aside for later.


To create the fun, bold title, I used the Big Warm Fuzzy Hugs Creative Cuts. I cut the title three times for each card(two times each in Raspberry and Mermaid cardstock) and once in white cardstock. I glued the layers together, with the white being slightly offset, so the colored cardstock peeks out the side. 

I attached my backgrounds to my A2 card bases using my fav tape runner. Next, using a glue pen, I adhered the title to my card. Then, I added my colored images to the cards using foam squares for dimension.


To finish off my card, I stamped the sentiments from the Sending Hugs Stamp Set onto dark gray cardstock and embossed with White Embossing Powder.

Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!

XO,
Tammy


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