Beautiful Branches Hedgehog

Could it get any cuter than this?!  I was at Stamp Share this weekend (a gathering of demonstrators under Susan Campfield) and Rachel Tessman demonstrated how to make this adorable hedgehog.  Well I had to google this right away and make my own.

Thoughtful Branches hedgehog. Stampin' Up!

Now if I could just figure out a way to glue down these intricate dies that Stampin’ Up! is coming out with lately.  I LOVE them but I’m no good at adhering them.

The hedgehog is made with an oval from the Layering Ovals Framelits as the base and the top of the tree from the Beautiful Branches framelits (the other half of the Thoughtful Branches bundle) laid on top.  The feet are a 3/4″ circle cut in half and the ears are cut from the Medallion punch.  The face is made with the Sweetheart punch and the eyes and nose are from the new Cookie Cutter Builder punch in the Holiday Catalog that demonstrators get to order early.  I’m also using the new Candy Cane Lane Designer series paper from the new Holiday Catalog.  You are going to love it!  Also, I inked all of the crumb cake pieces with crumb cake ink to give it a little more dimension.

I followed the sketch from Mojo Monday #461 for this card.


And here are two of the blogs that I found the hedgehog on.

Thoughtful Hedgehog


Crumb Cake 8-1/2″ X 11″ Cardstock
Early Espresso 8-1/2″ X 11″ Cardstock
Real Red 8-1/2″ X 11″ Cardstock
Candy Cane Lane Designer Series Paper
Crumb Cake Classic Stampin’ Pad
3/4″ (1.9 Cm) Circle Punch
Sweetheart Punch
Cookie Cutter Builder Punch
Flower Medallion Punch
Beautiful Branches Thinlits Dies
Stampin’ Dimensionals
Stamping Sponges


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