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You are Different...

Hello BRI Friends, Waleska from craftinglovew today, with my official last post as a DT member for Butterfly Reflections Ink....I have to say I enjoyed every single minute of it... Thank you for stopping by and share with me this cardmaking journey I love so much.
For my last card I wanted to share one of my favorite sentiments that reminds me that everyone is different, and we need to love and accept everyone.  


For this card I used the Unicorn Wishes Reverse Confetti stamp set and the Avery Elle Star Frame Elle-ments, (hurry because there is a limited quantity of this two at the shop).  I started by stamping the unicorn and star with Versafine Onyx Black Ink and Super Fine Clear Embossing Powder.  I also stamped some parts of the unicorn in Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Rainbow paper, cut and glue those parts to give the plaid details to the unicorn and star.

For the background I used Distress Ink Shaded Lilac blended at the top and bottom of the card, I die cut the Avery Elle Star Frame in Glitter Cardstock and added Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear Sequins Mix as embellishments and finally stamped the great sentiment with versafine ink and clear embossing powder.  Very simple but very sparkling, the star die looks beautiful.  

I hope you have an Amazing day, again thank you for stopping by all this time and share with me, and remember, that everyone is different, we all have different Super Powers ours is Cardmaking...
let´s find more powers in us and let´s be more Loving and Kind with everyone...even if they are different...

See you around!


  1. Beautiful card and sentiment Waleska! I've really enjoyed your creations. Best wishes!

    1. Thank you so much Jacquie for your words! Best Wishes to you too!


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