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Cute Holiday Penguins

 Hi crafty friends! Christmas is almost here so these adorable Sunny Studio penguins are busy getting ready for the holidays! 

The penguins under the mistletoe actually come from a non-holiday set but I thought they would be perfect for the little mistletoe scene. My favorite penguin is the little guy with antlers enjoying the warm mug of cocoa! These Sunny Studio penguins are just the cutest!

After cutting out the pieces for the center picture window card, I made my own patterned paper with the snow stamp from the Lawn Fawn set Window Scene: Winter and Lawn Fawn kiddie pool ink. I went with a pink and aqua color theme-- very non-traditional holiday colors but I just love them together! I used some kitsch flamingo Distress oxide ink to add a bit of color to the inside panels and to stamp the sentiments. 

Supplies used:

Lawn Fawn Center Picture Window dies

Lawn Fawn Center Picture Window Add On dies

Sunny Studios Penguin Party (coordinating dies available here)

Sunny Studios Passionate Penguins (coordinating dies available here)

Lawn Fawn Cheery Christmas and dies (for the mistletoe and ornament)

Lawn Fawn Joy to All (for the Christmas tree)

Lawn Fawn Window Scene: Winter (for the snow background)

Mama Elephant Mini Merry Messages

Lawn Fawn kiddie pool ink

Distress Oxide kitsch flamingo

White gel pen

Clear glaze gel pen (for tree trimming)

Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy crafting! 💖Jenn


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