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Love You Lots

Hello! Nikki here with a couple of lovey cards using the Halloween geared stamp set Fox Costumes Before N Afters by Lawn Fawn.  I've also used the new Made With Love 6x6 paper pad by Doodlebug Designs which is...THE CUTEST THING EVER. Sorry I yelled at you, but it's true. I used the Stitched Scalloped Circle Frames and Outside in Stitched Rectangle Stackables both by Lawn Fawn. I used the Fancy Wavy Banners and Wavy Sayings for the greeting strip. The other greeting is from the Sweet Friends set by Lawn Fawn. So many cute options for greetings in that set! LOVE! Oh, I got the scalloped border on the bottom by using the biggest die in the Scalloped Rectangle Stackables . When I have my stuff out, I sometimes like to make a second card. You've already got the mess made, might as well get another card out of it, right?! Here's a variation using the same stuff with Kraft cardstock. I love kraft. Swoon. I added sequins and glossy accents here and there. I used my old
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