Simple Sunday #6 – Freezin’ Fun

I am so sad to be seeing this bundle retire, although expected it’s still sad to say goodbye to these gorgeous characters. I’m such a fan of cute character stamp sets, especially ones that I can colour in with blends. My children love crafting with me and these sets are always a hit with them.

So that I could play with this set one last time, I decided that my final Simple Sunday of 2020 would feature the Freezin’ Fun bundle – like I needed an excuse! I featured the bunny in my sample card, but then the penguin in my video and I just love how both of them finished up.

In true Simple Sunday style, I have created my project within a 3 x3 inch square, which is then mounted onto a Whisper White base. Which hopefully shows you just how easy it is to bring a card together, without many supplies.

I hope you like it.. Will you be sad to see this set go too?

Best Wishes,
Suzanne

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Penguin Birthday

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My son turned 11 last month – he’s absolutely penguin mad, so his card every year is always penguin related in some way. The launch of the new Autumn / Winter was perfect timing for me to make his card this year, especially with the inclusion of the Freezin’ Friends Bundle. The gorgeous penguin from this set made this year’s birthday card very easy.

After making 6 penguins (one for each letter of my son’s name), I paired the penguins up with paper from the ‘Magic in this Night’ Designer Series Paper (DSP) and his favourite colour, Real Red.

My sentiment is die cut from the ‘Well Written’ dies and stuck on using the adhesive sheets to turn the die cut into a sticker – much easier for those smaller, fiddly dies and stops you getting glue everywhere.

My son absolutely loved the card and is now pride of place on his desk.

Do you have a favourite animal? Is there a stamp set for that animal?

Best Wishes,
Suzanne

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