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Hello Crafty Friends! Happy Friday! Today is bitter sweet because I’m back on the blog but it’s my final post as a Design Team Member for the term. Today’s inspiration card combines 2 of my favorite brands Mama Elephant and Lawn Fawn! 
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I love plants ๐Ÿชด so much! But unlike my mother who has the greenest thumb on the planet, I cannot say the same for myself! That is why I LOVE Succulents! They are so easy to care for and even if neglected are difficult to kill. Lol! ๐Ÿ˜„ So, to my happy surprise, when Lawn Fawn recently came out with their Plant- a - Succulent Dies , I flipped!!! Paper succulents!!! YESSS ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™Œ I love the idea of being able to build a collection of mini paper succulents in teeny tiny pots with the cutest facial expressions! i love Mama Elephant’s Newest stamp set It's Okay  so so much that I am using it again for this week’s card. 
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To create this card, I used Lawn Fawn Large Stiched Stackables Dies to cut out my base and pattern papers. I used My Favorite things Pattern paper  and a thick white card stock as my base. I then used hello Bluebirds Nesting Half circle Dies to create my pink background. I then die cut all the succulent pieces and ink blended them.
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I then stamped my mama elephant images and die cut them with its corresponding dies
I cut out my sentiment letters from the Trinity Stamps Graham Cracker Alpha Dies . I arranged everything and adhered them down using score tape. 
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And that concludes my Card for today! I am so grateful and so happy that I was a part of this terms Design Team!!! Thank you so much Vanessa!!!! Don’t forget to check out the shop here for all things crafty and wonderful!!! Thank you again for having me! Happy Weekend and Happy Crafting!!! ❤️-Marie Marco a.k.a @marneymakesart on Instagram ☺️

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