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Thank You For Being So Kind (& A Winner!)


One of the best things about the Butterfly Reflections Ink Shop is the variety of items and manufacturers that Vanessa carries (I can't forget to mention the super fast shipping!). It has been an absolute pleasure being on the design team and being able to showcase the products carried at the store.

Karen B. here from The Bald Dragonfly, and I've created a thank you card feauturing products from many companies. The background was created with Concord & 9th's Tree Ring Stamp, and the focal point of the deer is from Altenew's Modern Deer. The sentiment is from Concord & 9th's Kindhearted Stamp Set and Kind Card Frame Add-on Die, along with a banner from MFT's Blueprints #27 Die-Namic. This card also features a border from MFT's Mini Fringe Die-Namic and English Mustard Nuvo Drops.



Last week we held a blog hop featuring Butterfly Reflections Ink exclusive new stamp sets #Hashtag-Bossy and #Hashtag. Thanks to everyone who participated and commented! 

The winners are (chosen by random.org):
#Hashtag-Bossy Stamp Set #4: cghundley 
#Hashtag Stamp Set #6: Lisa's Creative Niche

Winners, please email Vanessa via the Contact Us Button and mention which stamp set you won in the Subject Line.


Just a reminder that if you see something that is out of stock at the store, please click the
"Put Me On The Waiting List" button so that Vanessa knows you absolutely need this item and can try to order more!

Comments

  1. Such a GREAT thank you Karen.
    Congrats to the winners!!!

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  2. Oh thank you so
    very much! I'll
    enjoy using the
    stamps. Cool card
    also!
    Carla from Utah

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  3. What a great design! Love the bright pop of yellow!

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  4. Amazing card and stamps! (Sorry I had to miss the hop but as with most people this time of year, I was crazy busy!) Congratulations to your lucky winners though!

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  5. Beautiful color combo! And thank you so much!!! Loved the hop and awesome projects!

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  6. Wonderful design Karen! I like the pop of orange. Pretty card!!

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  7. Sad to see Karen leaving the team but she's going out with a bang - this is gorgeous!

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  8. This is so sweet! Will definitely miss seeing Karen's beautiful creations here!!

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