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Here's my card with Eric (Daniel Torrente) and the paint tube from Containers Cubed #2 (Amy Wilson Wellenstein).
With the help of my Stampa-Ma-Jig stamp positioner (EK Success), Eric was stamped twice with Tuxedo Black Memento ink (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko) and colored with Copic markers. The paint tube from Containers Cubed #2 was stamped with Angel Pink Memento ink between them to become the cross bar of an "H", but the impression was too faint, so I restamped it again, colored it with Copic markers, and fussy-cut it. The "H" formed by the Eric and the paint tube from Containers Cubed #2 was fussy-cut and edged with a Black Pitt Artist pen (Faber Castell). The paint tube was adhered in place over its counterpart. They were set aside while I created a background for them.
Retrospectively, it would have been much easier to stamp Eric twice, color them, and fussy-cut them. Live and learn.
White cardstock was die-cut with the Arched Window die (Taylored Expressions) and the house-patterned paper from the Eskimo Kisses 6x6 pad (Basic Grey) was put behind the windows. Other papers from the same pad were used for the wall and floor.
The Alphabet Plain Upper Case die (Impression Obsession) was used to die-cut red cardstock for the rest of the letters in the "Happy Holidays".
The layers were assembled, the Erics added, and the balance of the sentiment was adhered. The card front was adhered to a red card base and I called it done!
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I shall enter this card into the following challenges:
Country View Challenges: Make a Scene
• Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenges: Holly Jolly Stamping