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Hi there and.. happy monday! :)
It's Franci here today and i'm super happy to show you my first project for Butterfly Reflections Ink! I'm so happy and honored to join the team with so many talented ladies!  
Soo Thanks Vanessa, i can't wait to make all of you smile every monday!! ahah! Really?! Smiles and monday?! together?!  You gave me a hard test, but hey.. i'll do my best! aahah!! :)
So.. here's my card!


I fell in love with these cute stamps by Avery Elle, they are too sweet and pretty :) And i only use two little critters from the set, you should totally check the Woodland Wonders stamp set out and discover all the others cuties included! :)
First of all i die cut a Stitched Rectangle from a white piece of cardstock and i sponged some Tumbled Glass distress ink to create the background. I also sprayed some water to have this cool bubbles effect.
Then i stamped all my images on another piece of white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink  and i colored them with my copics. I added some details with a white gely roll pen and then i cut them leaving a white border. You can also use their Coordinate Dies to have a perfectly die cut image :) 
Next i stamped my customized sentiments with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. I love creating my own happy and fun sentiment using the Milo's abc alphabeth stamp set by Lawn Fawn !
Finally i created my scene and i glued all my pieces together :)

Thank you so much for stopping by and have a lovely day! 
franci :)

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