All of the cute Elf images were stamped with Totally Black Ink and colored with Copic Markers. I used the coordinating die set to easily cut the images out. I love that this set includes several characters, accessories and sentiments to really allow you to customize your card.
I used a simple circle stencil to add ink to the background. I used the same blue ink around the edges of the center card and used a white gel pen to add snow details. I think the falling snow looks great behind these happy elves!
Each of the elves are wearing a different combination of red & green. I wanted to use the same colors, but again make my card unique. I also gave the girl elf different shoe and stocking colors; she is adorable!
The sentiment “Have your Elf a merry little Christmas” was also stamped with Totally Black Ink, but I matted the greeting on silver glitter paper for sparkle. There is so much happening on the front of the card, I thought the simple sentiment was perfect!
Lastly, I matted the layers with teal card stock and attached a layer of the pretty new Deck the Halls Pattern Paper. I love this print and the snowflakes work with the winter theme.
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