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Hello everyone! Happy Sunday! 
Mayra here from Mayras Designs. I am so happy to be joining you today 
with this set of cards I created. 

I began with the adorable Town Bear stamp set and coordinating Town Bear Die-namics set.
I colored them in using my Copic markers. I went for a yellow, mint, blue and gray color combo. 



I then used the  Die-namics Stitched Tag Corner Square dies set to create the frames for my 
little bear images. I also used the Die-namics Grassy Hills and Stitched Snow Drifts sets.
For the base of the card, I used the Die-namics Stitched Rectangle die set.


On the inside of the card, I created a pop-up scene. You can use the Wide Die-namics 
Pop-Up Elements die. For the scene on the inside, along with the Town Bear set I also 
used the tree from the Sweet Forest Friends stamp set.The clouds from the Happy Haunting stamp set. For the sentiment on the inside, I used the Beary Big Adventure stamp set.






I hope you enjoy the cards I created to share with you today. 
I had lots of fun creating them. 
I hope you each have a wonderful and Blessed day! 


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    1. Amy , Thank you soo much!! I had a blast creating this set!
      Hugs&Blessings,
      Mayra

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  2. OMGOSH! Mayra.. you never disappoint! Those cards are sooo Stinkin' CUTE! I love your coloring and then POP it open to so much HAPPINESS!!! Lots of awesome details... LOVE it!

    Theresa

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  3. These cards are so full of fun and whimsy, Mayra! Love the whole idea and the color scheme. So bright and happy. I always smile when I see a project you've created. Thanks for sharing! :)

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