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Hi there crafty friends.  Heather here sharing a few fun cards that I created with goodies from the Butterfly Reflections Ink Shop!

If you're like me, you've always got a full cart just waiting in the wings of the shop heehee!!  Today we're not talking about "NEW" items though!  I'm pulling out a few "oldies but goodies" from my stash today and making them the stars of the show!  Here is a look at my cards:



I was super inspired to create these cards after seeing one of my friend Megan's most recent cards over on Instagram.  If you don't yet follow her, you totally should!  She's great! 

Now, if you follow me on Insta, you know that I'm currently OBSESSED with Mama Elephant's Little Signage Agenda Stamp Set!!  I've wanted it for so long!!  It was released quite a while ago as a freebie if you purchased a certain amount from their shop - which, alas, means that I did not get it :(.  

I prefer to buy from shops like Butterfly Reflections Ink because I feel like it's really important to support shops like Vanessa's (WOOT-WOOT GIRL BOSS!!!)!  

Anyway, I thought I'd give the adorable Little Signage critters a break and pull out the Mama Elephant Party Animal Stamp Set and their coordinating dies as well as the Little Bunny Agenda Stamp Set and their coordinating dies.  SO. CUTE. I love that little bunny in the shipping box and decided to also pull out  Lawn Fawn's Special Delivery Box Add-On Stamp Set and the coordinating dies along with their Special Delivery Stamp Set and the coordinating die set to add a few fun additions such a the box, heart, and letters.  

I stamped all of these images using the Ink on 3 Hybrid Detail Black Ink and colored them using Copic Markers, then I die cut all of the images, and added a bit of white details with a white Gelly Roll Pen.  


Next I cut a piece of Lawn Fawn's Paper Bag card stock to 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 and dug out a few stencils by Lawn Fawn to create a few fun backgrounds with Distress Oxide Inks (here I've used Victorian Velvet and Antique Linen).  I love the creamy effect it has on the kraft colored paper!  Finally I used the Mama Elephant Film Strip Die that can be found in the Slim Film City Creative Cuts die set to set the scene for my critters.  I finished the card off with a bit of golden sparkle using the Gansai Tambi Starry Colors watercolor palate! 

I hope you enjoyed my cards and that they inspire you to mix your stamp sets and pull out the "oldies".  have a great day!!

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