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Stampin' Up! Playful Pal!

Hey there! My youngest son, Ben, has been elephant crazy since he was little. It started with the Disney "Dumbo" movie, which he called "Mambo". At age 3 we went to a circus and he sat on an elephant's back. Unfortunately, no pictures taken, and even more unfortunate, he doesn't remember it.

Over the years our family has gifted him with elephants of all shapes and sizes,  so I was excited to make this guy with Playful Pals stamps and coordinating Pyramid Pals Framelits;!


He's about 2 1/2" square at his base and 2 1/2" tall. You only need half a sheet of 8 1/2" x 11" card stock to create the box, with just a few additional scraps to stamp and cut out his ears, nose, eyes, and tail.

The Pyramid Pal framelits even have tabs built in so the pieces are ready to attach with bit of Tear & Tape Adhesive. I punched a leftover scrap of Sending Love Designer Paper from yesterday's Yummy In My Tummy project with the Confetti Hearts Border Punch.


Of course he had to have a tail!


The back flap has no adhesive so you can add a treat!


This set and framelits perfect for creating critters for almost every occasion,  can be ordered from my online store:

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Remember while shopping:

All orders receive a Thank You card in the mail.

Every $25 you order from my online store (before tax & shipping) using the February Host Code:  ZS93QNYF you’ll receive pre-cut card kits to make one each of the Lift Me Up cards:


Click on the "Rewards Program" image on the right for more info!

Order at least $50, choose a free Sale-a-bration product AND receive TWO kits of each card!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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