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My Lucky Charm


Happy March everyone!!! Danielle here bringing you some luck with all the best new releases that are HOT right now!!!!  I used My Lucky Charm from the new Lawn Fawn Release.  I just love the lucky kitty cat.  All the colored paper was created using the SUPER HOT NEW Distress Ink colors Cracked Pistachio and Abandoned Coral.  These new colors are just the yummiest! 


I used an embossing resist on the background with the clover and spray.   Then topped the card off with some sequins. 

Be sure to get your hands on the new releases from the HOTTEST companies in the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop!

Supplies:
Lawn Fawn  - My Lucky Charm
Distress Ink Spray Stain - Cracked Pistachio & Abandoned Coral
Sequins
Versamark Ink
MFT - Hybrid Black Licorice Ink
Clear Embossing Powder
Copic Markers
Wink of Stella - Clear Glitter Marker

Thanks for stopping by!
~Danielle

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