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Bubbles of Thanks with Lawn Fawn Stamps by Beata

Hi crafty friends!  It's Beata June here with my last post for this term on the Butterfly Reflections Ink design team.  I am so thankful to Vanessa for all the fun these last few months and wanted to thank her and all you who have supported me with this Lawn Fawn bubble thank you card. 

I used the following Lawn Fawn supplies to make this card:
Lawn Fawn Bubbles of Joy stamp (coordinating die available here)
Lawn Fawn Scripty Bubble Sentiments stamp (coordinating die available here)
Lawn Fawn Dandy Day stamp (coordinating die available here)

I made this card by stamping out the various circle and heart shaped bubbles, wands and bubble container from the Lawn Fawn Bubbles of Joy stamp set and the thanks bubble sentiment from the Lawn Fawn Scripty Bubble Sentiments stamp, and coloring them with light pink, yellow and blue shaded copic markers.  Then I stamped out the mice from the Lawn Fawn Bubbles of Joy stamp setLawn Fawn Scripty Bubble Sentiments stamp set, and the Lawn Fawn Dandy Day stamp set, and colored them with copics. Then I die cut a large circle and blended it with Squeezed LemonadeSpun Sugar, and Tumbled Glass distress oxide inks to look like a large bubble that I could put behind my stamped images.  

Next, I die cut a large rectangle from white cardstock, and glued my bubble to the center.  Then I glued on my colored mice, wands and bubbles.  I mounted everything onto a piece of black cardstock, leaving a thin 1/8" border to make my soft colors pop more.  Then, I adhered that onto a piece of pink patterned paper, mounted that onto my card base.

As a final touch, I added white highlights using a white jelly roll pen.  

Here is another look at my finished Lawn Fawn thank you card:

Sending bubbles of thanks to Vanessa for having me on the design team this term.  I had a blast!  And thank you all for following along during this adventure! 💖💛

Crafty hugs,
Beata June 💚💚


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