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Super Hello

The superhero theme runs rampant in our household. An eight year old and six year old? Yes, we're big Batman and Wonder Woman fans. I say to my children ALL the time, "I'm not saying I'm Wonder Woman, but you've never seen both of us in the room at the same time, now have you?" So really I *could* be Wonder Woman. Just sayin'. 

Needless to say, I adore this Super stamp set by Avery Elle. It evokes the right amount of comic book/superhero fun. First, I stamped and masked the beacon, then stamped the clouds over top on white cardstock. I coloured in some blue Copic marker and heat embossed sparkly embossing powder along the cloud line. After trimming around the cloud line I popped the panel up on patterned paper from The Everyday Collection by Avery Elle using foam tape. The big skyline stamp is just perfect for colouring or paper piecing like I did here. I fussy cut it, but the coordinating dies would make it a whole lot easier. The sentiment was stamped in Wild Cherry ink and popped up using foam tape. 

Today is my last post for Butterfly Reflections, Ink, as the new design team will be taking over for the next term. Thanks for stopping in while I've been here. I've really enjoyed working with Vanessa, and with Angel and Coralynn


  1. I love your card Marcie or should I say Wonder Woman, *wink-wink*!!
    I have truly enjoyed working with you as well as Angel. You ladies ROCK!!!!!!! xoxox


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