Heffy Doodle New Release!

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Hello, all and welcome back! I hope those of you that celebrate Halloween had a fun and safe night 🙂 I’m here today to share my projects for the newest Heffy Doodle release. It’s such an exciting day, because this release is amazing! 

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My first card uses the Geology Rocks set, which is ahh-mazing. There are so many different cards to be made with this set, and you can really make something for anyone. I loved making this explosive volcano with these cute punny senitments.

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Lesley is so talented at making interactive cards, and with the Interactively Yours stamp set, there’s no excuse for me not to give it a go. So I used the Warm Hugs set to create a cute little scene with a bundled up couple snuggling in. It was my first pull tab slider card, and it was so fun. The images in this set give you everything you need for a snowy, wintery scene!

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I used the Jet Alphabetters stamp set to create my own sentiment for this card, and paired it with the Elfing Christmas Words. The letters in the alphabet set are big enough that they can be the center of attention on your card-or, as you’ll see Saturday in my blog hop project-they can be paired with other elements.

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Finally, I have one of my favorite projects I made for this release using the Elfish Antics set. I also used the Elfing Christmas Words set here, and they paired perfectly. I loved coloring the elf to look like Buddy and the jack-in-the-box to look like his nemisis from the movie. There are tons of little images in this set that can really set the scene for a holiday card.

And that’s it for my release 2 projects! Which new release product is your favorite? I love the Elfish Antics, but seriously, they’re all winners. Be sure to check out the release over at the Heffy Doodle blog, and shop! Thanks so much for stopping by, and I’ll see you again soon with another card!

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