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2 All Occasion Cards With One StampSet Ft. Flora & Fauna ๐Ÿ’๐ŸŒท๐Ÿ’

Hey Guys! Happy Friday! It’s Marie again here to share two simple cards using one stampset. The stampset I used is from Flora & Fauna Called "Floral Bear" . I am a sucker for hand drawn illustrations with interesting line work, so when I saw this floral themed stamp set in the Butterfly Reflections Ink Shop, I just had to pick it up! 
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The cards I created are “all occasion” cards that can be used for anything from birthdays to everything in between. The first card I created is A2 sized and features a stamped background with florals and greenery and a whimsical bear as the focal point. 
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To create this card, I used the A2 Layers Die
 From Waffle Flower Crafts to die cut my Card Panels and Colored Paper. I also used the same Layers Dies to cut my skinny gold frame from gold cardstock paper. I used Black Versafine Ink to stamp out my floral background. I used Derwent Inktense Pencils to water color my images. Before placement of all my images and gold frame, I splattered the card with gold watercolor. 
For my next card, I used the Waffle Flower A2 Nested Domes Dies to cut out my card base. Using the same dies, I cut out a domed shaped skinny gold frame to frame my super dainty and simple Rose and bear focal point. Before placement of sentiment and images, I gave my card some fun gold splatters with gold watercolor. 
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I love simple cards! And I love how these cards came together! Thank you for joining me on the Blog today! Until next time, take care and happy crafting! ☺️๐Ÿ™Œ☺️❤️

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