I won seven digis from DigiGarden, and I LOVE them!!! I’m new to using digis, but I’m really enjoying them. The Doodlebug Designs match perfectly with the cute elf.
I am also new to using Copic Markers. I bought the Anniversary Copic Marker Set a few weeks ago. I’ve been watching YouTube videos to learn how to use them, and I need alot of practice.
I wish I had a Copic Certified Instructor nearby, but the only Scrapbook Store is over an hour away. And it recently announced that it is closing by the end of the month 🙁 So for now, I’m stuck watching YouTube and practicing on my own.
I used this sketch from 52 Christmas Throwdown. I saw it on a challenge website, and I knew that it would work out perfectly! The challenge this week at Perfect Sentiments is Pink Christmas. This adorable elf goes great with the Doodlebug Designs paper which has light, medium, and bright pink.
The oval and scalloped oval behind the elf are from Nestabilities, and the smaller ovals are from Stampin’ Up Punches. The tiny glitter heart looks like a brad, but it’s actually from a sheet of stickers that match the papers.
I decorated the inside with scraps of leftover paper and a Christmas Tree glitter sticker from Doodlebug Designs. The sentiment stamps are from the Petite Pairs set from Stampin’ Up. The tag punch on the inside is also from Stampin’ Up.
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