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A Prehistoric Birthday 🦕🎂🦖

Sup Guys! It’s Marie bringing you a fun and super simple birthday box card inspired by colors from The Butterfly Reflections Ink. Mood Board for March. This dimensional card features products from 2 of my fave companies, My Favorite Things and Mama Elephant! 
https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=16XtFJY1ny-xROHR0fREUeE3cx7prWGgp
The adorable stampset I am using for my card is is the Little Dino Agenda Stamp Set from Mama Elephant. It also comes with corresponding creative cuts  which can both be found in the Butterfly Reflections Ink Shop. The dimensional box card dies I am using is the one from My Favorite things OutSide the Box Level Up Dies. This box card is so easy to put together and the results are always so fun even before adding embellishments! I love how each tab is higher than the next making your entire scene visible. 
https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=13fyDoAwHcSFPjFRrysgL63viSr0ivS2G
My “Birthday Wishes” Sentiment is from the Wishes Enclosed stamp set from the Newest Mama Elephant Release! I love how bold, fun, and essential these sentiments are for cards all year round but I think the best feature is that these big sentiments can be cut out using their  corresponding creative cuts Dies!!! The ability to cut out the sentiments opens up a whole new level of creativity ☺️🙌☺️ like for this card, I used acitate to hold up the sentiment so it looks like it’s floating! 
https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1yB9Yb6KC7lSabsgTrEE55uAlz765E4je

https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1PSBpkIG9zAqOyQjiw0tuhKt7WeXe5jPShttps://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1I7ilqFByjPkaSYDJeelGt53EXAfzYqbM
The fun trees and foliage are from Mft Stamps Stamp Set Called “Sweet Safari”. The Grass inserts are the outside the box grass Die-Namicshttps://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1S8cdpWezhNCM4KNyrz8nG7aDdx1pTygZhttps://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1yF91bp7Fk7V-2z90OM9QhjLzS_xGXer7 
That’s all for me today folks! I hope my card was inspiring and that you go out and make your own fun box card so you can make your next recipient smile! 😊 Until next week, have an amazing weekend and happy crafting!!! -Marie @marneymakesart 

 




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