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Yumi & Fumi Handmade Crafts Challenge #4

Hello!  Happy Sunday!  It is time for our 4th challenge over at Yumi & Fumi Handmade Crafts.  The challenge is to use dry or wet embossing.

I decided to make a shaped card for Fumi Panda.  Isn't she cute?  My sentiment has been heat embossed and is from PTI's Tiny Treats Halloween stamp set.  I love to emboss sentiments these days.  It's not a messy as I thought it would be and one container sure last a long time.

Please hop on over to Yumi & Fumi Handmade Crafts blog to see more cute inspiration from the DT.  The Top 3 has also been selected so check them out as well.  We love visiting and seeing everyone's wonderful creations!  Just remember that to qualify for a chance to win or to make the Top 3, you must use a stamp from Yumi & Fumi Handmade, Sister Stamps, La-La Land or The Greeting Farm.  Please click HERE for complete challenge rules.

Thanks for reading!




Comments

Cheryl said…
So cute! Pandas always remind me of the SD zoo. Yikes, it's almost October already!
Leanne said…
Love this Eva!! I can never color Pandas the way they are supposed to look. Gonna take some pointers from yours. Isn't it cool how embossing powders last so very long? Sometimes I forget I have them and when I remember they really bring a nice touch to the project. Super cute!!
;)
Rachel Parys said…
She is too cute! Love that Halloween paper!
Denice said…
I can't stop saying "awwwww"...this little guy has such pinchable cheeks! A great job coloring!!!
:Dxx
RiNNE said…
So fun! Love that die cut! And she is too cute! Great job!

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