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Floral Thanks Card

Hi everyone!

Today I have a Thanks card with some pretty pink colours in hopes that spring will come that much faster.  We are still under a ton of snow and it's time for it to go!

Now on to my card for today's post.

I used the Lawn Fawn Thanks scripty die and I cut it a few times out of white card stock and glue them together to get the look of chipbard.  You could also use the Joy, Love or the new Hugs dies instead of the Thanks. For the panels I cut them out with the Lawn Fawn stitched rectangles dies.

I stamped the flowers in Memento Onxy black and used my copics to colour in the Lawn Fawn Petite Florals. You could also use a number of images such the beautiful new set from WPlus9 Botanical Bunch stamp set and get the same effect.

Don't forget to stop by the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop, Vanessa adds new goodies all the time.  The new Avery Elle stamps and dies are in and going fast so don't wait.

Also the DT Call for April to June is up on the blog as well so if you love being creative and having fun doing different projects and want to share, go check it out.  Lots of great DT incentives and Vanessa is just amazing!

Lawn Fawn Thanks die
Lawn Fawn Petit Florals stamp set
Copic Markers
Memento Onxy Black Ink

Thanks for stopping by, see you again soon!



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