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Small (ish) Square Card Set

Hey there, everyone! It's Lynnea! I have a cute little card set to share with you today! I'm doing my very first craft fair in a few weeks, so I need to bulk up my card stash! Making duplicates is (obviously) a quick way to do that. It's super easy to make multiples of cards once I have a design in mind and all of my supplies out on the table!

These cards are super duper simple! I made 4 card bases from heavy weight cardstock that are 4.25" square. I die cut some 4" squares from different designs of the Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid papers using the largest die from Lawn Fawn's Small Stitched Square Stackables. Then I put 3 of the 4 (the x's, dots, and dashes) dies together from Lawn Fawn's Stitched Borders to decorate my background a little bit more.

I wanted to use the Friends for All Seasons: Spring stamp set from WPlus9. These pandas are just the cutest and I fount this set hiding out in the back of my stamp bin. I know it's not spring, but I think this set is so versatile that you could use it any time of the year! I stamped out some pandas and their accessories using Versafine Onyx Black ink. I colored in the flowers with some simple Copic coloring. I die cut my pieces and some fun foam using the matching dies and glued these little guys onto my cards.

That's it! These were so simple to make, but I think they are just too cute! Remember to head over to the Butterfly Reflections, Ink shop to pick up these products...and more! There are so many new products that were just added! I'll see you next week!



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