ARGHHHHH...what is that? What the heck is wrong with that reindeer? It looks like ...well, I don't know what it looks like. What happened to my stamp????
Oh wait...let me have some coffee...ahhh yes, I see...SOMEONE, and I'm not naming names, but SOMEONE put the stamp on the block BACKWARDS and instead of cute little Nordic details, I got a blob of green from the North Pole!
<<Insert more coffee>> and one clean stamp later....
Tah dah! That's much better! Let me introduce to you my cute, yet studly Nordic Stag? You know, it takes a real man to wear turtleneck Nordic wear. I'll bet he's wearing some Old Spice, too. This jolly fellow is part of the Merry Patterns exclusive stamp set. They guy on the left, we'll call him Dasher, is sporting his Nordic wear in Cherry Cobbler, on a background of Be Merry Designer Series Paper, Prancer is all swagger in Garden Green on a background of Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper. Now, of the two, I'm going to have to say that Dasher is one savvy shopper because he knows that the Be Merry Designer Series Paper is on sale for through the end of October with the Buy 3/Get 1 Free Designer Series Paper sale.
Now, you can't buy the Merry Patterns exclusive stamp set.; you can only get it for free, and only until the end of October. And the only way to get it is if you have a qualifying individual or class order of $300 or more. So...what are you waiting for? Gather some friends, invite me over, and we'll do some Christmas crafting. I'll even bring along these little guys so they can show off their sexy sweaters.
Base: Whisper White Thick Cardstock, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", folded and scored at 4 1/4"
Layer 1: Garden Green, 5 1/4" x 4"
Layer 2: Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper, 5 1/8" x 3 7/8"
Layer 3: Garden Green Layering Oval Scallop
Layer 4: Whisper White Layering Oval
Layer 5: Small Gold Metallic Doily, cut in 1/2
Layer 6: Whisper White Scrap, 2" x 1/2"
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