It’s time to get all Christmassy at Purple Onion Designs and today I’m sharing this sweet little mouse called Holly, only problem is she’s a bit tangled… looks like me when I get out the Christmas lights each year.
I’ve linked the stamps below or you can head on over to shop online at Purple Onion Designs, there’s a new release of Wintery Stacey Yacula stamps and they really are the cutest!
You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.
Hope you are having the best weekend, I’m making cards so mine is great!
Other Supplies: Prismacolor Pencils – Warm Grey 20%, Cool Grey 70%. Copics – Y11,13,21. T0,2. 0. W0,2. YG00,03,23. V01,12,15. BV00,02,08. B21,24. R05,27. RV10. Assorted Rhinestones.
9 thoughts on “Holly Jolly Christmas for Purple Onion Designs (video)!”
Made me laugh! I leave the lights alone to much bother. Hoping to get some more crafty time too! Enjoy.
Oh, how CUTE! Memories of Christmas past…someone always getting wrapped up in the lights 🙂
I love your design on this card, too and the multi-colored gems are the perfect touch! Off to check out your video!
Your card is too clever Therese and oh so sweet 🙂
Perfect….loving these sweet images and the cards you make featuring them Therese!
Yikes – how completely adorable, Therese – LOVE the multi-coloured gems to match the lights 🙂
I have many Purple Onion Designs stamps. I just watched your video on Tack N Peel…I have used it, but I’m wondering how YOU store your unmounted stamps. Thanksl
EEEK! She’s adorable! And yep, that’s exactly how I look when I take out the lights too…except of course there should be little curse words floating in the air too 😉
Can I just say you are a complete genius! I thought the stamp came like that with the little mouse all tangled up in the lights, but no, you the master card maker created that! I’m in awe….in awe.
Therese, again a wonderful card and a great video.
I love your combination of Holly and all of these little lights! Looks like ONE stamp (ans a second in the top corner).
Nice to see, I’m not the only “unstable” stamper- I also use “stabilizing-stamps” on my acrylic blocks very often. 😉