To a Pie-fect Friend | by Anna Sigga

October 05, 2017

To a Pie-fect Friend | by Anna Sigga

Hi there!
It's Anna Sigga here and I am thrilled to be guest designing for Gerda Steiner Designs this month.
I do love a good pie so this stamp set is not only adorably cute but it kinda makes me hungry too.

This stamp set called More than Pie is so utterly adorable. I just love these lil teddy bears to bits and the sentiments in this set are amazing. 
I wanted to create a clean card using soft colors so I decided to color the images with my Zig Clean Color brushes.
These bears are so stinking cute and I know I¬īll use them a lot.



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