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Mama Elephant 8th Anniversary Stampede - Day 3

  Welcome back to Day 3 of the Mama Elephant Design Team blog hop! We are celebrating 8 years with a fantastic new holiday release along with our amazing friends! Join us with some free goodies and our annual sale!  You can shop the newest release which is LIVE in our store now! Hello, crafty friends! I am honored to guest design for Mama Elephant's 8th anniversary. Happy anniversary, Mama Elephant! Today I have a few cards to share with you, using Mama Elephant stamp sets and dies - Oh Penguin Tree and Let it Snow. I just love how adorable these new stamps are and I had such a blast making cards for the upcoming holiday season. Only 98 more days until Christmas, folks! For the first card, I stamped, colored, and die cut the Oh Penguin Tree stamp onto Neenah  110lb white cardstock and then cut with the coordinating die. I used copic markers to color in the super cute penguins and other elements. As always, I wanted to make a box card, but bec

Halloween Box Card - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello! Today I am sharing a box card using older stamp sets that I have combined together to make this adorably haunting Halloween card. To start, I created the  Lawn Fawn pop-up box  as directed, in black 80lb cardstock.  Next, I die cut panels for the box, using papers from Doodlebug Candy Carnival collection. For the box inserts, I used a grass die cut in black cardstock. Next, I stamped images onto 110lb cardstock, colored with Copic markers, and cut with their coordinating dies. The cat and pumpkins are from the Halloween Pals stamp set . The bat, skeleton head, and candies are from the Boo stamp set . The little candies and pumpkin treat bag is from the Halloween Friends stamp set .  I used the following Copic markers: N9/7/5, YR04/02/00, V17/15/12, YG23/13 The fun part is creating the scene. Some of the elements are adhered directly onto the inserts and some are foam mounted to add dimension to the scene.  Next, I stamped the “Happy Halloween” sentiment from the Halloween