A Hug and a Squeeze


Quickie post as I head down to take care of the MIL. This card was created for the Stampendous October catalog 2010, which featured new release stamps for Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, and Easter. So many super cute designs with bunnies, Changito, owls, chicks, etc. Head over to the Stampendous site to view them all! I'm into a paper piecing thing lately, so I selected a variety of small prints. I free form cut the heart on the front, cut a white scalloped mat for it, and even punched 1/16" holes in all the scallops. Crazy, but cute. Changito Squeeze was stamped on five papers, some with pastel blue embossing to highlight the images. Parts and pieces were cut out and adhered to the image on the blue paper. A few bits were popped up with double-sided foam adhesive. This cutie would obviously make a fun Valentine card, but would also be perfect as a "just because" card. Who doesn't want a hug and a squeeze?

Perfectly Clear "Changito Squeeze" from Stampendous (SSC1085)
Clear Bark Embossing Powder from Stampendous (EP505)
Baby Blue Pastel Embossing Powder from Stampendous (EP162)
light blue, dark brown cardstock
MMe and American Crafts print papers
decorative scissors
1/16" hole punch
sheer ribbon
double-sided foam adhesive

Comments

wendyp said…
Sweet!!! Such a cutie pie, that Changito is! I go through stages and I've been into paper piecing the past few weeks!
You're amazing Pam...can't believe you punched all those tiny holes in the trim. Amazing! I think that is a cute stamp...HUG YOUR FAVORITE TREE!
Wendy said…
This is so darling Pam!! I love those stamps! I can't wait to get my Stampendous 2011 catalogs!! Take care of your while taking care of your MIL! She has been so blessed to have you!!
Mindy said…
OMG- you punched those out yourself! You have patience, and are creative...a win, win! Everyone needs a hug <3
Jamie Martin said…
Super cute, like the paper cut outs. :)

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