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Boss Babe

Hello and welcome to Butterfly Reflections Ink!
This is Tanya from Studio 5380 and I'm glad you're here.

Today is my last post (insert sad face here) as part of the Butterfly Reflections Ink Design Team.  I have had such a wonderful time as part of this fabulously talented Design Team and hate to see it end. I couldn't let my term end without a card for the wonderful lady behind the scenes.  Vanessa, you have been awesome and I appreciate all you do!  From your lightning fast shipping to your kind-hearted generosity, you're the best....


This bright, happy card was so much fun to make!
I started with a white background cut from the Wonky Stitched Rectangle Dies by My Favorite Things.  I inked up my background with some Salty Ocean Distress Ink and the Cloud Stencil from MFT.  After inking up the clouds, I cut a window in my background with the My Favorite Things die, Square Peek-a-Boo Window.


Next, I stamped and colored a few of these whimsical flowers from the MFT stamp set, Doodled Blooms.  After coloring, I added some sparkle with a Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Marker and cut them out with the Die-namics Doodled Blooms die set. 



My fun sentiment is from the Boss Babe stamp set from My Favorite Things. This set has several fun, quirky sentiments and I love the font!  I finished up my card by popping up the flowers with some Scotch Foam Tape and adding a few sequins from the Neat & Tangled Pink Lemonade Sequin Mix.  

That wraps things up for me today.  If you are interested in working with Vanessa and being part of her new Design Team, you have until August 27th to apply.  I promise...you will love being on her team!  You can read the details by clicking HERE.

 

Thanks for stopping by today.
And, again, thanks for letting me play on your team Vanessa!

Comments

  1. Such a beautiful card!!Love the pretty stamp set!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M


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  2. Fantastic card Tanya! I've really enjoyed seeing your projects -

    Theresa
    Theresa’s Crafty Creations

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