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You're engaged! A little shaped card feat. Lawn Fawn!

Hi everyone! 

It's franci ( fridayfinally) here today to show you a cute mini card feat: Lawn Fawn!
So.. let's celebrate... love! 





























I looove mini cards, i looove Lawn Fawn stamps and i looove cute and whimsical scene.. sooo.. i'm pretty excited for my project today! It just makes me giggle! How cute?! 
I decided to create a little shaped card just because i wanna stamp and color this happy scene.. i'll keep it with my cards until one of my friends will celebrate her engagement on summer! ihih! 
First of all i stamped ( with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink) my snowball on a piece of white cardstock and then i filled it to buid my scene. I stamped the diamond ring, those little fishes, the bubbles, the corals, the sand.. ( I also have to use some masking paper! ). I colored all with my copics and i added some details with a white gelly roll pen. I die cut the snowball with its coordinated die, you can use this or this, they are both perfect! I die cut it twice to build my card, i added a little bow and i added lots of wink of stella on my diamond.. well that diamond! ahah! :) You can also add some glossy accents on the bubbles to give them an extra pop! 
Hope you like my project and thank you so so super much for stopping by today! 
See you next monday! :)
franci 

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