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So many sprinkles, so little time!

Hi crafters!  Did you see all the new sprinkles and awesome acetate sheets that were released this month?  So much cuteness.  Today, I’m sharing three cards I made with three of the new sprinkle mixes.

For my first card, I made a small shaker window using the penguin sprinkles, acetate sheets, stitched scalloped square dies, and the stitched square dies from Kat Scrappiness.  I used one of the Stitched Fishtail Banner dies for my sentiment.  To make this the size I wanted, I die cut the paper twice using the same die.

My next card uses the Fun Christmas Icon sprinkles, acetate sheets, and the Condensed Lowercase Alphabet dies from Kat Scrappiness.  I added a few teal jewels on the corners of the card and a fuchsia jewel to dot the I in bright.

For my last card, I wanted to show that you could use the sprinkles  without making a shaker card. I used the Multicolor Paw Print sprinkles on this cute puppy card.  I picked out the brown paw prints to match the card.

Here is a look at all the new sprinkles and the acetate sheets that are now available in the Kat Scrappiness shop.

Thanks for stopping by and happy stamping!  Here is a link to the Kat Scrappiness shop and direct links for products used on this card are below.

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Acetate Sheets – A2 size:

Penguin Card:

Merry & Bright Card:

Paw Print Card:

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  • Reply Andre M.

    These cards are a fab showcase of these new sprinkles, my fave is the second.

    09/07/2019 at 8:04 AM
  • Reply Denise Bryant

    Awesome cards! Love the penguin card with those adorable sprinkles!

    09/07/2019 at 8:10 AM
    • Reply Caren Bartholomew

      Thanks Denise, the penguins are definitely my favorite mix from this realease

      09/08/2019 at 10:04 AM

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