Merry Reindeer, and Snowflake Inchie

I was reading over the Thursday challenges at Paper playful and found the sketch by “Case this sketch” first:

Then the photo for “if you give a crafter a cookie”:

Krafty Chicks for a Christmas theme request & Crafty Catz for an animal request. I found my snowflake paper first, and thought of my snowflake edge which I die cut in a matching blue. For the animal, I remembered the reindeer from recollections by Micheal’s, and embossed him in silver. Going by the sketch and the Christmas theme, I added the “Merry Christmas” sentiment to a light blue piece of vellum, and Voila; a fast and easy card ~

I love Inchies! Every Inchie Monday has a new challenge every week, so by the end of the year, you will have at least 52 inchies made. ~ This week the theme is snowflakes, so I embossed silver snowflakes on white paper and overlaid it on blue . I edged the inchie with a silver sharpie, and added shimmer spray and some bling to complete my one little piece of art. Thanks for reading!

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Hello! I'm a 50 something wife and mother of two girls ~ I started Blogging in March of 2011 on Blogger and just converted to WordPress in Dec 2019. I started paper crafting in 1995 when I first tried embossing with powder, I was so excited and couldn't believe it was so easy to make something so beautiful. Creativeseconds was started as a way of selling secondhand craft supplies and cards on Ebay and Etsy. You will find creative cards, tags, and paper crafting projects here as well as craft room organizational ideas. Follow along with me and comments are welcomed and appreciated.

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