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Craft Stamper December Inspiration

Hello Friends 
Welcome to a wee reminder for this month's Craft Stamper Challenge.
I made this card for my project this month. 

How pretty is this girl???
I spotted her on Instagram and had to have that stamp.
I love her bigs eyes and those wee freckles.
She looks all cozy with her big scarf and hot drink.

This stamp is from Picket Fence Studios and it's called Jill Girl.
I coloured her up using my Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens.  
They leave a very fine glitter behind which is very festive. 
I made the background with three different colours of distress inks, 
Faded Jeans, Salty Ocean & Weathered Wood. 
Then I splattered white craft paint for a snowy effect. 
The sentiment is from a stamp set I found at Michaels craft store called Christmas Blessings.
I really love how the card all came together. 

I can't believe this is the last Craft Stamper Challenge of the year. 
Thanks so much for joining us and taking part every month. 
We always see so many lovely projects. 

You still have time to join in this month and be in with a chance of winning some lovely prizes. 
The DT also choose a winner too to win spot published in the magazine. 
Remember any stamps can be used on your project.

Here is this month's fab prize that is up for grabs a bundle from Altenew.

This is an amazing prize bundle. I have my eye on that butterfly stamp! 
I hope you make some time in your day to get crafty and come and join in the fun. 
All of the details can be found on the Craft Stamper Blog.

Thanks so much for visiting my blog today. 
I hope you all have a very Happy Christmas and I will see you back in the 
New Year with more crafty projects.

Mandi xox


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