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Sweet Christmas

 Hello crafty friends! Silvia's here today!

I'm so happy to be back on the Butterfly Reflections Ink blog and I hope you're all safe and healthy at the moment.

I made a Christmas card to share with you featuring a lot of Lawn Fawn goodies and I hope you'll like it.

I started die cutting a 4,25" x 5,5" stitched rectangle from white cardstock, I ink blended it with tumbled glass (in the center), broken china and peacock feather Distress Oxide inks and I splattered with clean water first and broken china and platinum Nuvo mousse loosened with water then.

I stamped images from Lawn Fawn "Milk and Cookies", "Snow much fun", and "Den sweet Den" stamp sets, I colored them with alcohol markers and I fussy cut them.

I then used the pink cardstock from Lawn Fawn "Shimmer Cardstock Pastel"  to die cut 3 times the "Merry" scripty  and  white glitter cardstock to die cut some snowflakes with "Mini Snowflakes" die set.

To make the frame I used Mama Elephant "Frilly Window Frame" die set, a stitched rectangle die and a patterned paper from the "Let it shine" 6x6 paper pad.
I put everything together with a mix of liquid glue and foam tape and that's my card.

Thank you so much for stopping by today and spending some time with me.
I wish you an amazing day. Big hugs, Silvia.


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