Hi Crafty Friends,
I have a fun ESKIMO card for you today featuring tons of amazing Kat Scrappiness goodies! I just love the Kat Scrappiness Upper Case Condensed Alphabet dies! You can make so many words and they look great on a slimline! I used the Kat Scrappiness Ornament Shaker Dies to create the "vowels" in Eskimo. The papers from the Kat Scrappiness Sugar Plum Fairy Slimline Paper Pad are PERFECT for all winter cards.
Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: Have you ever met an Eskimo or have Eskimo heritage in your bloodline?
A: Me? No, but I do have a friend that lives in Alaska, maybe when COVID is over I will go visit!
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no I didnt meet eskimo
I have always had a thing for Eskimo life. I have always wanted to watch an igloo being made in person (I have seen it being done in a video, and it was just amazing!), and have also wanted to go inside!!!! The video also showed kids being thrown in the air on an animal skin trampoline sort of thing. The adventure of going hunting, etc. is just so interesting and exciting!! If you are able, you must go to Alaska. We went maybe 6 years ago, and loved it. Your card: it is really cute how you used snowflake paper and spotted--snowball papers. This is a really cute card and you did a great job :)ReplyDelete
Darling card! Love your cute papers!ReplyDelete
I don't have any Eskimo heritage. I've always thought it would be interesting to see Alaska, but I have never gone.
No and nope! I do know someone who grew up in Alaska and another person who lives there now but that's as close as I get to it :) 100% cuteness that card of yours!ReplyDelete
Super cute card! I have not been to Alaska. My father in law went a number of times with a friend whos daughter lives there. He used to bring home fresh caught salmon in dry ice on the plane and have his luggage shipped back :)ReplyDelete
You have a magical way of using patterned paper, super sweet card! Nope, closest I might be would be a cold eskimo nose kiss from my hubby.ReplyDelete
Fun card andReplyDelete
I haven't met
Carla from Utah
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What a beautiful card and a wonderful design. Those eskimos are adorable and I hope when all this is over that you get to visit your friend in Alaska.ReplyDelete
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