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Caterpillar Crawler

Polka Dot cutie Hello card!

Fuzzy wuzzy caterpillar Hello!

These cards were inspired by the card below. I used the 1", 1 1/4" 1 3/8" circle punches. 

(Modified post)

I belive this cute little creature was created by Autumn W. from my Stampin Divas local group for a swap a year ago! The paper is long since retired but the idea is not. I just think he is the cutest thing! If it was someone else, please correct me so I can correct my post. I just came across him when I was cleaning up my office. I took the time, for probably the first time ever, when I was pulling my retiring products to pull swaps with retiring stuff on them. Some never got posted because of all the XXX that went on in the last year. Mr. (or Ms?) Caterpillar was just to cute an idea not to share. 

This would be a good idea for a kids party, or birthday card, or maybe scrapbooking about some gardening fun. You could even do him in the oh ---- what is that caterpillar called? Wooly bear? Fuzzy Wuzzy? Roly Poly? I think it depends on where you grew up but you know the one I mean, with black and amber big stripes. We all played with them as kids, maybe even tried to grow them into the ugly moths they become. You could use Basic Black and Crushed Curry or Chocolate Chip to remake him. 

Anyway thought he was worth sharing, especially as we head into summer time activities. 

Thanks for stopping by, happy stamping, Sandy



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