Good morning! Smiley from millan.net I’m still working on organizing, and promise that I’ll have pics for you when I’m done.  Even though it might be put away, things are still a bit untidy.  It’s amazing how rejuvenated I already feel.  You’ll see in a few days.

I did take a few minutes yesterday afternoon to finish up a card that I had already started.  I had to drop a few things last week to get ready for the Texas show, and this was one of them.

I just love these penguins . . . they are way too much fun!  I can’t decide if this one just fell, or had a little help.

Penguin Antics Face Plant

The image was colored with Copic Markers and then the snow was made with Tulip Puffy Paint with Polysparkle EP sprinkled over it while wet.  For the background, I embossed snowflakes in the same Polysparkle EP (which is hard to see in the picture).
I know black and white is not the typical holiday colors, but they just seemed to work here.

  • Stamps: Penguin Antics by Anna Wight from Whipper Snapper Designs
  • Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White; SU Basic Black and Cool Caribbean
  • Ink: Ranger Adirondack Pitch Black and Distress Embossing; SU Cool Caribbean
  • Accessories: Copic Markers; Tulip White Puffy Paint; Ranger Polysparkle EP; Venture Mounting Tape; Corner Rounder and Large Oval Punches; Ribbon; Tsukineko Sponge Dauber

Hope you have a great day today!

7 Responses to “Penguin Antics!”

  1. That is JUST adorable. Then again I’m an admitted sucker for anything Anna Wight! A true devoutee and faithful follower of all things Anna.

  2. Very rarely to I laugh out loud at work. But today I couldn’t help it. I love all things penguin and this is no exception. Thanks.

  3. Too, too cute, Sherry…love that poor little clutz!!! Looks like me trying to ice skate!!!

  4. Looks to me like maybe he had a little too much “Christmas Cheer!” LOL!!! Too cute.

  5. Oh my goodness … how cute is this … I can think of so many great uses for this guy.

  6. on no….that stamp is too funny :)

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