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Adorable Elephants + Stamped Background

Hey folks!

Have you been keeping an eye on all of the groovy stuff going on at CHA? Oh boy, I sure have! I will never have any money left over, every month, ever again.

In the meantime there are TONS of amazing things for us all to play with. So, I'm back today to share a card with you the sweetest lil elephant I've ever seen! He's so cute, I could pinch his cheeks!

If you're interested in any of the products I've used, I have links (some affiliate links) throughout and at the end of the post. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.


Using the My Favorite Things Adorable Elephant Stamp Set, I stamped my Images on Neenah White Cardstock with Simon Says Stamp Intense Black Ink.

Since it feels like it's been ages, I decided to color this lil feller in with Copic's. You cans see my thumbnail links below for my color choices.


For the Plaid Stamped Background, I used the Simon Says Stamp Jumbo Stripes Stamp Set with Green Apple, Hydrangea and Duckling Ink. I've done this before for a set of Fall Themed Cards. You can see those HERELaura Bassen has a fabulous video showing you how to do a Plaid Background with this Stamp Set. You can see that HERE.


I cut two strips of My Favorite Things Gravel Gray Cardstock to go down each side, some Clear Wink of Stella on the Balloons and a few Doodlebug Design Lily White Sprinkles.

That's it! Easy peasy.


Be sure to stop by the Butterfly Reflections, Ink Blog today. I'm showing some more My Favorite Things love with these darling girls! These are from the Steeped In Love Stamp Set. Also, the Butterfly Reflections, Ink Shop has 20% off you total purchase with discount code HAVEATIT20. This bad boy is good until January 13th.

I hope you enjoy my card today! Until next time!

STAMPtember® Collaboration with Hero Arts
Newton's Nook STAMPtember Exclusive - Hello Fall with Plaid Stamped Background & Die Cut Magnets
Steeped In Love - Butterfly Reflections, Ink


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