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Christmas Card using Christmas Cartridge/Stamp

As a kid, my brother hated dolls with spooky eyes. Fast forward a few years-he still hates dolls with spooky eyes. So naturally when I saw this image of a doll on the Christmas cart from Cricut, I had to try it. To make up for the spooky doll I used a stamp from Inkadinkado-love their stuff. And used coloring pencils, ink and stickles to embellish the stamp, matted it several times, and also used a MS punch for the border on the white cardstock. I also added a piece of ribbon with a very small amount of gold in it to give it a little "vintage" look. Look closely at her eyes...she's looking right at you!

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  1. Wow! This card is beautiful! The doll is so pretty! Well done Raquel!

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  2. it's beautiful.. and thanks for the story.. put a smile to my face =)

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    Karla

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