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Santa Puppy in the Window

>> Sunday, February 4, 2018

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

Happy Sunday!
Bet you weren't expecting me today! And you probably weren't expecting to see a Christmas card, either. Since I was moving during the Christmas stamp release, I didn't get to play w/ all the fun images. And I really LIKE making Christmas cards. For this card, I used a couple of Splitcoaststampers challenges..the Technique (TLC675) acetate inking, and the Clean & Simple (CAS466) to have/use something clear.
For the TLC, I used DOX (Distress oxide ink) on a piece of acetate to make the piece I used behind the window.  For the CAS (something clear) I used a portion of a window die (clear window) & put my Santa puppy on the ledge looking out. The white front was stamped w/ the snowflakes & embossed w/ the bricked folder & I added the greeting (half die cut, half stamped) & a few punched snowflakes.

Here's a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great rest of your weekend!

paper: Recollections heavy white
ink: Memento tuxedo black, DOX (Distress oxide ink) cracked pistachio & broken china
accessories: Copic markers, Spellbinders A2 matting basic A, Merry dies, Cheery Lynn window die, Sizzix embossing folder (Bricked), snowflake punch


nwilliams6 said...

Julie, this is fabulous! Love the puppy in the window and the great bricks. Such a wonderful card!!!

Sue said...

What an absolutely adorable Christmas card Julie! Your coloring on the Santa Puppy is perfection and I love the bright red Merry that looks like it's jumping off the card!

Shelia said...

Such a fun & pretty cad. Your coloring skills are amazing! You've colored this little pup perfectly. Great card design too!

Robin Clendenning said...

This is adorable Julie!! I love the way you have colored your puppy and the bg inside is amazing as well as the bricks outside!!

Karin said...

Amazing card! Your coloring on the puppy really brings out the longing in his little face! Love the snowflakes and the sentiment you created...Great overall frosty look to this :)

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