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Creatures Are Stirring

 Happy Friday, Everyone! Allison here, and I am sharing a sweet holiday scene today featuring some Lawn Fawn products. I was inspired by my son, who loves to bake and cook - he will certainly get a kick out of this card. Everything can be found in the BRI online shop.

I stamped images from the "A Creature Was Stirring" and the "Baked with Love" stamp sets using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. I did mask a few of the images, such as the mouse on the butter stick and the gingerbread house on the cake stand. I didn't really need to do that, but I just wanted some of the elements to not look so cluttered. I colored the images with Copic markers and added a few highlights with a white gel pen.

I cut some white card stock using the Peekaboo Backdrop die. I had originally planned on using a different patterned paper for each window, and I did try just about EVERY paper that I had. But, I was being indecisive. Does this happen to you on what should probably be the easiest part of the card? Maybe it's just me. In the end, I decided to cut strips of different colored card stock to coordinate with the Copic markers I had used. I am really loving using non-traditional colors on my holiday cards this year.
I finished up the card by white heat embossing the sentiments on black card stock. I also added a little bit of shimmer to some of the elements, like the gumdrops, spoon, and the tree cookie. I hope you enjoyed my card today - it was really fun to make!

Wishing you a crafty day,
Allison



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