It’s Penguining To Look A Lot Like Christmas – July Christmas Card

Hi friends,

What is Christmas in July without Christmas cards? I made this month’s cards using the Penguining To Look A Lot Like Christmas stamp set from My Favorite Things Stamps. They also have a matching die set available so you can easily cut out the images.

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If you want to take a look at the other Christmas cards I’ve made so far this year, you can find all the info by clicking on each month – January, February, March, April, May, and June.

I couldn’t decide which Penguin to use so I made a card using each one. 🙂 I stamped the images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored them with Copic markers, I used the matching dies to cut out each image.

I used a postage stamp die to cut the green card stock. (This is a similar die set.) To make the card, I attached a piece of red patterned paper to a white card and attached the green piece over the patterned paper. I attached the penguins with foam tape. The sentiment is stamped with black ink on white card stock, trimmed close, and attached to the card with foam tape.

I am in love with these cute Penguins! If penguins aren’t for you, check out My Favorite Things Stamps – they have lots of other cute animal sets. Like these adorable dachshunds or these cute barnyard animals in this set. Happy Stamping!

Anita

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