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New Lawn Fawn dies...

Hi everyone! This is Kristy and I'm sad to say that I'm here today to share my last DT project, using goodies from the shop! Here are the fun items I used:

I started by die cutting out the smaller banner, and then I added the stitched circle to the center of the banner.
I cut out the circle with another pattern of paper, and taped the "thanks" die on top of all of the pieces. I used my well loved cutting plates and cuttlebug to cut through all pieces.
 I then used a thin piece of paper and added adhesive to the entire piece. I used this behind all of my die cut pieces to inlay them together.

Here's the piece put together.

I added a strip of pattern paper on to the card front, tied a piece of crochet thread through the holes on the banner, and used 3D adhesive to attach the banner to the front of the card.
I love how this turned out! ;)
Just wanted to show you another quick project I made this week! I also used the new Lawn Fawn Louie's ABCs dies to put together a super cute card to add to a baby shower gift, I made! I added these die cut letters to the front of a project life type card.

I wrote on the back of the card and added it to the diaper cake I made for a friend!
Here are a couple of pictures of the diaper cake..it's a BOY! ;)


The baby shower was AMAZING and adorable! They had a crib set up to place the gifts in and around! LOVED this idea!!!
Thanks for stopping by today! Make sure you stop by the shop to pick up these goodies before they are gone!

I've had such a blast over the last 3 months, being on the Butterfly Reflections Ink DT! Thanks Vanessa! ;) -Kristy

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  1. What a great card! I'm a big fan of the inlay technique but I haven't tried it yet, and your baby gift was absolutely adorable! TFS!

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  2. Super cute gift. I love how your card turned out. All of those dies are on my wish list.

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