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Hey all, Danielle Here.  Remember my first layout I did a few weeks back?  If you don't click here.
I told you would see the MFT - Cloud Cover Up Die again!!!  Here I show you how I used the other part of the die I saved from that layout.  I really love how these cards turned out.

I used Lawn Fawn - Love you SMORE and made the little faces pop thru the clouds.  I love them they are so cute! 

For this card I just used an ombre colored paper and put that behind with some foam adhesive for some depth.  I added a heart wood veneer from Studio Calico and dipped it in some white paint. 

You can get the products I used from the Butterfly Reflections Ink store. Click the links below to get your craft on! 

My Favorite Things - Cloud Cover Up Die

Lawn Fawn - I love you SMORE
Lawn Fawn- 2.5 Round Block
Bo Bunny - Lemonade Stand 6x6 Paper Pad
Studio Calico - Lemon Lush 6x6 Paper Pad
Studio Calico - Atlantic Tiny Hearts
Amy Tan - Plus One 6x6 Paper Pad

See you next week for some more FUN inspiration!



  1. This is adorable, adding the die to my wish list!!

  2. Great use of the cloud die, Danielle (and I have that one, yipee!) Love the little smiley faces on the clouds on your first card, and it looks awesome with the patterned paper you used!

  3. I'm a sucker for rainbows so love these!


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