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Sending Hedge-Hugs
by Nancy Penir

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Hi friends! Poppystamps has some new sets in the store, and thought I'd show you 2 of my favorites. They're a couple of hedge hogs, done whittle style, and they die cut right and left. Just perfect for Valentines, or weddings and or anniversaries when posed kissing! Let's take a look!

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I just loved setting my scene on Memory Box's Sunset Blush Washi Tape. So much so, I did a trio of sending hugs cards using the floral Washi. 

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On the front card I posed the kissing Hedge Hogs over Poppystamps' Wavy Heart. 

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I die cut the heart in several shades of pink and red, and assembled my heart like a puzzle.

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On the third card I used the washi covered card stock to die cut the heart, and kept the washi with waves in the design. There's so much you can do with large washi rolls. I played with colored cardstock for fun, and loved them all!

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For the first card I used grey cardstock

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I also fussy cut a few of the floral designs and popped them up with foam at the top.

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I also popped up my hedge hogs with foam.
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I hope you check out the store for some fun new dies. They're sure to become favorites for Valentines or any card you make. 

Happy New Year, and happy crafting!

 

Nancy Floral Signature copy

 

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Comments

Hi Nancy, Three stunning cards, I absolutely adore these cutesy hedgies, and loving that Poppystamps have got a hedgie facing both ways, excellent, I love these cards.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

That heart die is so cool. Love the whittle hedgehogs too. Hugz

Super cute! Love the hedgies!

they are so cute, I love how you used the washi tape with them!

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