such cuteness, Stef and Julie with the Fudge and Mabel UK site today! Needle felting...one for my list. Those llamas were way to cute, but how could I resist the gnomes? Especially since I recently came across four of the happy fellas from broken sets at my fav local thrift store. This berry fella is dated 2005. Does anyone know the name of the set so I can credit it in my details...thanks in advance.
Diane's Sketch Challenge this week was a wonderfully straight forward and the square turned on its' side was perfect for this Strawberry holding gnome. I used Basic Grey's 'Herbs and Honey' papers with the cute strawberry dp and the solid green. The green strip was embossed with a TH Grass ef and then I fussy cut some of the blades and layered them.
Pom-Pom trim to add some balance and there you have it! I seriously can't wait to see what sweetness our gallery has today. I am going to use this for my DH's Fathers' Day card.
If you haven't seen this precious highlight of a daughters' first day of school for 12 years, give it a look. It is heartwarming! 13 Years of First Day of School Interviews. I love a DAD documented his daughters life!!!
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Your square turned sideways made this gnome card even cuter. The pom pom fringe was perfect for your fun card. If you haven't found the name of the set yet, I saw it online and it was the SU Knobbly Gnomes set...a discontined set.
I loved the video. Wish I had done that with my kids. What a treasure and it was fun to see how they changed so much each year.
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