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You are such Sweet! By Lorena

 Hello everyone!!
This is my latest blog as DT of Butterfly Reflections Ink! 😪
Before I start showing you the card I have prepared, I would like to thank you all for the support and affection of these weeks, I hope I have inspired you and that you have enjoyed with me this wonderful world of cardmaking 💖 Delighted to have met many beautiful people!!!
Thank you Vanessa for your trust, and thanks to Samantha for all her help 💗💗

This week I created a very sweet card, with these nice little mice from Lawn Fawn, they love strawberries!!! 🍓

For the base of the card I have used the nice Stitched Cloud die, I love this die! I have also added a strip of the papers Gingham Rainbow, these papers are so beautiful that everyone should have them, don't you think? 😍 it is a very simple background, but I loved how it has been!


Of stamps, I've used three different sets, all by Lawn Fawn as well, from Set How You Bean? I have used the boat, I am in love with this boat! I would use it for everything 😅
For small strawberries, mice and bees I have used the Berry Special set, and finally for feelings, and the biggest strawberries inside the pot I used the How You Bean? Strawberries Add-On set.


With Lawn Fawn stamps it is ideal to mix some sets with others, it is very easy to create beautiful cards! 💖


To finish this card, I used the Scripty Sweet die along with the stamp phrases, we stick cardboard under our card, with the Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide ink just like the "Sweet" die, so we give it a touch of color! 
As always all my stamps are colored with Copic markers! The last thing is to give you some details or reflections with our white pen Gelly Roll.

And card finished! 💗
I hope you liked it, thank you all very much for reading me every week, see you!!! Hugs 😘

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