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Guest Designer Sunday with Veronica Zalis

Hello and good morning!
Today we would like to introduce to you our January Guest Designer, Veronica Zalis! This is one talented, inspirational and amazing crafter!!! We couldn't be more excited! :)

Let's dive in!

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Hello! I am happily married and the Mother of two little boys. I have been a card maker since 2003 after being invited to a neighborhood card swap. I love all things floral, and vintage chic themes are my favorite! I live deep in the woods of Arkansas, and spend a lot of my time enjoying the birds and squirrels that gather at my feeder. I am so happy to be joining Butterfly Reflections Ink as the January Guest Designer!

 Good Morning! I was thrilled when Vanessa Middleton owner of Butterfly Reflections Ink asked me to be the January Guest Designer! Today I am showcasing Honey Bee Stamps.  Here is the card I created:


I used the adorable Honey Bee Stamps set Sweet As Honey. I colored the flowers and bees using Copic markers. I stamped the lid on paper from the My Minds Eye Your Story collection. And used the following MFT Die-namics  Stitched Circle Scallops, large rectangle scalloped frame and stitched rectangle from Blueprints 20. I heat embossed the honeycomb and string on the jar lid using gold embossing powder.

I am thrilled with the way my card turned out! Thank you for stopping by and be sure to visit Butterfly Reflections Ink to see her fabulous selection of stamps, dies, and everything else you need to create! 

Have a wonderful day!

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