YIPPEEH! Happy Fall!! Tutorial

October 22, 2018


Hello and Happy Monday to You!  Tina here with another fun project using the Happy Fall! Stamp Set and Coordinating Dies.  Okay....You just gotta love those those adorable super happy critters:)  Oh my goodness are they (and me) ever excited for Fall:)  Just makes me smile!!


I colored the images with my alcohol markers and did a bit of masking to stack those cute critters.  For more details on how I created this card you can watch the tutorial down below.  Have a Wonderful and Crafty Day!  Hugs


Step by Step Tutorial Below


Happy Crafting to You!




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