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using a stencil as part of the sentiment

Good morning, everyone!

Samantha here, and today I have a fun and lovely card to share! :)

I used an awesome symbol stencil as part of my sentiment on the card! check it out:

I used this super fun ampersand stencil from The Crafters Workshop, which I love!! I placed it on my card panel, sprayed liberally with some mr huey's sprays and lifted up! Easy-Peasy! :)

Then, I generation stamped the 'you' and 'me' from the Lawn Fawn #awesome stamp set, and the mask + the words both work together to complete the sentiment of the card! Love it! Then i used some thread and wrapped around the top of the panel, embellishing with the super FUN buttons from the Fancy Pants 'As You Wish' set

Yep, I think this card turned out A-OK! :) ha ha!
But then again, I was working with product from the Butterfly Reflections Ink can't go wrong! 
Have you check out the new stuff there, recently? You need to! 
It's almost summer, and it's the PERFECT time to up those supplies and get ready to craft the day away! :)
Thanks again for stopping by!


  1. OHHHHHHH! I saw this stencil on the website-- almost got it! Now I wish I would have;) LOL!

    LOVE the gray mist and the hearts... love the twine... embellies! FAB card, Samantha <3


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