January 5, 2017

A Little Foxy

Hey there! Well I'm sure you heard by now, there was quite a hiccup yesterday with the launch of our new catalog. Ooops...just gotta love technology sometimes. It sure does have a mind of it's own that's for sure. But, since it was so delayed, I decided to play with some goodies from the Annual catalog that needed some lovin', so I decided to play with Foxy Friends. He's just too darn stinkin' cute....no pun intended there...well maybe just a little (wink)
Stamp Set: Foxy Friends
Paper: Whisper White 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" scored and folded at 4 1/4"; Smoky Slate 4" x 5 1/4"; Calypso Coral 2" x 4 1/2"; A Little Foxy DSP 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"; Scrap Whisper White for punching
Ink: Calypso Coral; Memento Tuxedo Black
Tools: Banner Triple punch; 2" Circle Punch; 1 1/4" Circle Punch; Fox Builder Punch; Sparkle TIEF

Run the Smoky Slate piece through the Big Shot with the Sparkle TIEF and adhere to the Whisper White card base. Banner one end of the Calypso Coral, adhere the A Little Foxy DSP to the center of the card over to the right and adhere the banner to the left, over-lapping the DSP. Stamp the fox onto scrap Whisper White using Calypso Coral ink and add the legs with the Memento Tuxedo Black. Punch using the 2" Circle punch and adhere to the center of the card. Stamp the face onto another piece of scrap Whisper White using the Calypso Coral and facial features with the black ink and punch with the Fox Builder punch and adhere with a Stampin' Dimensional. Finally, stamp the sentiment in Calypso Coral ink and punch with the 1 1/4" punch and adhere with a Dimensional.

I hope you enjoyed this card and I will be back Saturday with some cute stuff from the new Occasions Catalog. In the meantime, Happy Stamping,
Katrina Product List

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