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Peekaboo Critter Card – Gopher


Today’s card isn’t a genius new idea – but I wanted to play with this Gerda Steiner gopher, and my inktense pencils came along for the ride!

Peekaboo Critter Card – Gopher

Any kind of critter works in a fun little card like this. It’s not a rocket science idea, but sure does pack a smile with it for whoever opens up the envelope! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Here’s a view of the inside….I didn’t know gophers liked coffee, did you?Sandy Allnock Peekaboo Critter Greeting Card


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13 thoughts on “Peekaboo Critter Card – Gopher

  1. Love your cute card. Thanks for your coloring video.

  2. Super cute! Thanks for using the INKTENSE PENCILS – I went back and watched three older videos with them and feel totally motivated to get mine out now.

  3. Cute, cute card. Love the glasses and that you added steam coming off the coffee. TFS

    Paper Hugs,

  5. Super CUTE peekaboo card, thanks for the video!

  6. Great card Sandy. Super cute idea to put him inside. They must drink coffee. Have you seen those things move? We get them in the yard and they can dig a hole before you can say ” gosh darn gophers!”

  7. Such a wonderful card, Sandy! So much beauty in its simplicity. It was amazing to watch you at work! ♡

  8. I didn’t know they liked coffee either but its pretty darned cute either way!

  9. Always love your videos. You make it look so easy. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Totally love to watch you paint – again and again!

  11. I love a good pun! Great card Sandy!

  12. So cute. Love 5he glasses. He looks so intelligent.

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