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BIG HUGS from a Yeti

 Happy Hello Crafty Folks! My name is Marie and I am super stoked to be posting as a new member of the Butterfly Design Team! Yey! 
 My first card is inspired by the Butterfly Reflections ink Mood Board for the month of February. These muted tones of dusty rose, grey, and vintage gold prompted me to create this soft and playfully elegant Yeti card. 
https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=136j_MtWVQwsTog1NvT_Glr4s9pKli5pV
This adorable Yeti is from the stamp set entitled “Me and My Yeti” from Mama Elephant. This stampset can be found on the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop here . The coordinating dies can be found in the shop here . 
The adorable Doily Lace Creative cuts from Mama Elephant is also available in the shop. 

https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1YcZGfKCL5YZW52Pc8uDDet498eN49779
https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1_jTKZz-eDmPP-pv0w4YSyX7yB6m-C30V
Putting this card together was super simple. After coloring all my elements, I Cut A2 size panels and pattern paper using the Waffle Flower A2 Layers Dies. I also die cut my Doily lace frame from gold cardstock. The alphabet dies used for my sentiment is from Hello Blue bird. The big letters are the Large Charlie Alphas and the small letter dies is Jane Small Alpha Dies. The banner is from the Sentiments from a Yeti stamp set from Mama Elephant and also comes with coordinating dies . It was super easy to arrange everything since the yeti is my focal point. 
https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1nslcL6NOiXqupPCRur386G_c_FizFlot
Thank you for taking the time to stop by today!!! I am looking forward to sharing more cards that hopefully inspire you to have fun and create some amazing happy projects!!! 





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