Miss Ink Stamps – Wishing You a Cool Yule

Hello again! I hope your week is going fantastic! I’m having a blast doing all things Christmas – decorating, crafting, baking – all of it! And today I have an adorable Miss Ink Stamps Christmas card featuring the newly release Have an Ice Day penguins! They are too cute and I just love coloring them!

I started by stamping images from Have an Ice Day and colored them all with my copic markers. Then I used the scan-n-cut to cut them out and used liquid glue to adhere all the bits and pieces to my sweet penguins.

Next, I blended distress oxide ink in rustic wilderness and mowed lawn on an A2 panel and spritzed it with water. I blotted it dry and ran it through my die cutter with the Pretty Pink Posh Storybook 2 die. I love these dies and how they give you something to ground your images. They also make fun shaker cards if you feel like doing that.

I adhered the main part of the inked panel to my white card base with liquid glue and then popped the windows back in place with foam squares for a little dimension and interest.

Then I added all of my images and sentiment strip with foam squares as well. For finishing touches I added a scattering of PPP Shamrock pearls across the design. Last I couldn’t resist a little unicorn Stickles and glossy accents on the penguins and their accessories.

Isn’t this little penguin family just the sweetest!?! I can’t get over how cute the hat is with the reindeer antlers coming out of it. It makes me giggle every time.

Products used:
Miss Ink Stamps Have an Ice Day
PPP Storybook 2 die
PPP Shamrock pearls
Distress Oxide Ink – rustic wilderness and mowed lawn
Foam squares
Liquid adhesive
Glossy accents
Stickles – unicorn

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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