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Happy Thursday everyone !
Mayra here with my first post as a design team member !!
Woo~Hoo I am so happy and excited to be part of this wonderful team !
For my card today I used the pretty fairies from
stamp set . 

 I began by die cutting two pieces of white cardstock using the 
I used Distress Inks in Wilted Violet , Seedless Preserves and Worn Lipstick  
to create the background for my card 
I then cut out a circle on what would be the first layer of the card . 
 I stamped out my images using Memento Tuxedo Black ink .
 I then colored them using my Copic markers. 
I heat embossed the sentiment from the set using VersaMark ink and White Satin embossing powder . I glued everything together and my card was done ! I loved coloring these images in and creating the background ! I hope you enjoy and feel inspired to create . Thank you so much for stopping by . Wishing you all a wonderful and Blessed day . 

Mayra 

Comments

  1. Super cute card! The fairies are just adorable and what a great background! Great job as always Mayra! Congrats on your new DT!
    Sherrie K

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  2. So pretty!! I love those fairies and you colored them beautifully with a wonderful design.

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  3. Congratulations on your new Design Team! This card showcases your wonderful coloring abilities and your whimsical style perfectly. Great color combination. That background looks amazing! Looks like you are already having a lot of fun! :)

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  4. What a gorgeous card, Mayra!! The little fairies are so sweet and you've colored them perfectly!! The background looks amazing!! Huge congrats on your new DT!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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