Gnome Greetings

Hi friends,

Christmas in July ๐ŸŽ„ has to include cards! Iโ€™m in love with all the adorable Gnome stamps from Unity Stamp Company! This cute set is called Our Gnome to Yours and itโ€™s just perfect for sending gnome greetings for Christmas.

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I colored these cute little guys in 2 different color combos and Iโ€™m having a hard time deciding which one I like best. What do you think? ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธ

I stamped the gnome images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored them with Copic markers. Then I stamped the sentiments with red ink on white card stock and trimmed them close.

I die cut around the image using the Wonky Stitched Rectangle STAX Die-namics from My Favorite Things. The die set includes 5 sizes of rectangles – I love the detail it adds to my cards.

I covered the front of my white cards with red card stock and added a piece of pattered paper on the first card. On the 2nd card, I embossed a piece of green card stock using the Dotted Lattice embossing folder from Taylored Expressions. If you are looking for embossing folders, I highly recommend the ones from Taylored Expressions. They give such deep, crisp impressions that add an extra layer of texture to your cards.

I attached my stamped image to the card using foam tape. I also attached the sentiment strip using foam tape, overlapping the bottom edge of the gnome panel.

To finish the cards, I added 3 enamel dots – 2 in the upper left corner and 1 in the bottom right corner.

How will you color up your Gnomes? Whatever you choose, they are sure to bring a smile! ๐Ÿ˜Š

Happy Stamping!

Anita

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