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Tonic Studios Winter Buddies

Hi friends,

Today I'm sharing some fun and easy embellishments made with the Tonic Studios Winter Buddies. These have been around for some time, but this was my first time playing with them, and I had lots of fun creating different versions of these little personalities!

Here you can see I made a Snow girl, and I used Nuvo Glitter Pen on the pompom decorating her hat. To mkake the hat, I simply inverted the same piece I used to cut the scarf! Genius right?
I also adhered heart-shaped sequins to her scarf, to make her extra sparkly!

Here comes the rest of the gang!
The boys get to play along, and just check out the laces on the penguins shoes!!!


For this little girly penguin, I even added a bit of yarn around her scarf, and it added a completely different look! Her earmuffs and her skates are holographic also!
As you can see, these are tons of fun, and you can truly personalize them to fit your liking.

I hope that this serves as inspiration for how you can use the same dies to come up with different variations of the same characters. I didn't want to go through the trouble of adhering the eyes, so I used markers to draw ones I liked.

If you'd prefer to watch a video, take a peek here!
Thank you for stopping by!
Be inspired, Be blessed!
Raquel


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