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It's time to.. Seal-abrate!!

Happy monday friends!!
It's franci ( fridayfinally ) here today with 2 cute tags feat. Avery Elle stamps to show you..
Here's what i created...




























Oh cutiesss!!! I love this Seal-abrate stamp set by Avery Elle, it's soo pretty!! It's official.. i fell in love with it the moment i saw it! .. But this is what happens the most of times with stamps! ihih!!! Am i the only one?! ahah!! :)
Here's a detail of the first one..



I die cut the smaller Wonnky stitched rectangle out of some white cardstock and i started creating my background with distress inks. I created those triangles at the bottom of my panel with some whasi tape, you can also use a stripe of masking paper and i sponged some colors. I used Abandoned Coral, Cracked Pistachio and Salty Ocean
Then i stamped my seals and their accessories with the Memento tuxedo black ink on some white cardstock, i colored them with copics and i fussy cut them ( you can also use their coordinated dies to have a perfectly die cut images). I added some details with a white jelly roll pen and i glued them down to my tags with some foam tape. 
Next i die cut a small stitched rectangle and i stamped my sentiment with the same black ink used before. I gave it some color as i did with the tags , i punched some holes and here they are! Cute and pretty tags perfect for every occasion! :)
Here's a closer look at the second one..


I love that this one is holding a little cupcake!! It's sooo sweet! :)
I hope you like my projects and thank you so much for stopping by today! Have a lovely week and see you next monday! 
franci :)

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