Another M&M

Yes, as promised another M&M card. This one is for class. I think it is a great versatile card. Especially for young males. Though I am sure there are plenty of girls who would like it as well.

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This time I chose to make an easel card using the window frames framelits. I have used Pacific Point, black and white cardstock and I think the red pops on the Pacific Point. Also used the Chevron Emboss Folder on the background.
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Here it is open.
Do you like the mini M&M's? I stamped a little black "M" onto cardstock then punched out with the small circle punch from the itty bitty punch set. Then carefully put some crystal effects over them and let them dry to a nice glossy finish.
I confess that the "M" on the Red M&M is from a sticker sheet but you could just as easily draw it on with a black marker or white gel pen.
While most of this guy is from Stampin Up punches the hands are hand drawn and cut out.

If you would like the punch sizes please let me know.

Until next time. 

Comments

  1. What an adorable M&M! That's a cute idea. I have made Sesame Street characters in the past too :) They are a hit with kids and adults alike. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment about my Tea Shoppe card. I'll be coming back to visit your blog. Happy crafting!

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  2. As you know, I love easels and this one is fantastic with the Punch Art M & M.

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  3. Hi Vicki, love your bright easel card! It's so much fun & the framelit shape is a perfect backdrop for your cute M&M. Thanks so much for your lovely comment recently. :)

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  4. Your m&m cards are great fun Vicki! Loving the blog! Vicky x

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