Stampn’ Up! Saturday – Birthday Hedgehogs

Hi folks!  No doubt, if you’re a Stampn’ Up! fan, you’ve seen these critters around. My dad used to have a hedgehog and my son wants one so bad.  So, for my son’s birthday he will just have to settle on paper hedgehogs instead of the real thing.  All products are Stampn’ Up! including this delightful designer paper.

I followed a tutorial by Tina ZinkFrenchie has also done a wonderful video as well.

My hedgehogs and foilage came from the set Painted Harvest, and the grass came from the set High Tide.  I didn’t have any faces as shown in the videos so I drew mine on with a marker.

These are fun to make and I hope I’ve inspired you to try making your own set of hedgehogs.

Posted on : Nov 04 2017
Posted under cards, Stampin Up |

5 People have left comments on this post

Nov 4, 2017 - 09:11:52

they are so cute, I wouldn’t even know how to go about having one for a pet.
He will love this 🙂

Nov 4, 2017 - 09:11:54
Patti J. said:

These are so much fun! I have had this set for a month or two, and haven’t yet used it. What an adorable card! Thanks for inspiring me to use this set! Hugs and smiles…

Nov 5, 2017 - 03:11:47
pam said:

Great card Beth, sure your Son will love this.
We have Hedgehog`s under our shed, we used to hear them when we let our late dog out, last thing at night. Funny my husband nearly trod on one going up the path late at night! frightened the life out of him.
Hugs Pam x

Nov 5, 2017 - 08:11:30
Shirley said:

Hi Beth, your hedgehogs are fabulous, they looked painted on. I also wouldn’t think that you could have one for a pet, interesting! Take care, Shirleyx

Nov 6, 2017 - 08:11:16
Tina Zinck said:

Hi Beth – your card turned out GREAT (thanks for the shout out for my tutorial too)! I also appreciate your kind comments on my blog! FYI, Frenchie and I used to do guest posts on each other’s blogs once a month called “Passport Pals” and we’re starting up again in December! Have a great day and HAPPY STAMPING!

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