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Have a magical day card with Annemarijn

Hi crafty friends, Today I'm back on the blog with a new card with cute fairies. I'm really into a magical theme at the moment so I chose to make something with fairies and a rainbow. I'm going to tell you how I made this card. First I stamped the fairies from the fairy dance stamp set from hello bluebird and cut them. Next I colored them with copic markers  and made some accents using a white pen . For the wings of the fairies I used some prisma glitter with quickie glue pen .  Next I die cut all pieces from the stitched rainbow dies  from lawn fawn cardstock . The puffy cloud backdrop  I die cut from the watercolor wishes paper pad. The big clouds from the stitched rainbow die I die cut four times and the smaller cloud from the foursquare backdrop I die cut two times from white cardstock.  Next I adhered everything together with foam squares for some extra dimension and I put some purple and pink sequins on the card. Last I stamped the sentiment on the cloud and tha
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