The "Little Critters" series used to be some of my favorite books to read to the boys. Our first one was, Just Me and My Little Brother. A friend gave it to Jonathan before Wesley was born; wasn't that sweet? (We won't go into the grammatical error in the title right now.) The Merry Crittermas set reminds me of the Little Critters. I'm not sure why, because they're nothing like them. Maybe it's just their little personalities.
Here's another swap card for you. I don't have too many of these to swap, but I think I'm going to offer this design as a Stamp Kit you can purchase. You'll get all the card stock (cut and ready to go) and embellishments, along with a set of instructions with color scheme and suggested stamp sets. All you have to do is stamp, watercolor (if needed) and put it together. Cool, huh? I'll let you know when it will be ready and how much it will cost when I get home this weekend.
Isn't he just the cutest thing? And I even think that today when I'm ready to say, "NO MORE!!!" to all suggestions of pets in the house. Maybe if they wore clothes and could hold a song book, I'd change my mind. Obviously, this guy has opposable thumbs!
I took this picture at night, so it's a little dark. I love the Candy Cane Christmas designer paper. Two of the designs are glittered.
Here are the supplies:
Stamp Set: Merry Crittermas
Ink: Jet Black StazOn; Blushing Bride, Tangerine Tango, More Mustard, Real Red, Baja Breeze, Crumb Cake
Paper: Real Red, Baja Breeze, Whisper White, Garden Green card stock; Candy Cane Christmas designer series paper
Other: 2 3/8" scallop circle punch, 2 1/2" circle punch, modern label punch, mat pack, paper piercing tool, stampin' dimensionals, aqua painter
That's it for today. I'm heading to Baltimore with Mom for a Stampin' Up! Regional seminar today. We're going to just relax and enjoy the Inner Harbor today, then stamp and learn new techniques and tricks all day Friday. I'll take lots of notes and photos!