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a very punny lawn fawn card!

Hello Butterfly Reflections Ink friends!

It's Samantha here, and I'm popping back in this month with a few fun guest spots! Yay!!!

Today I have a super fun card, funny, and fantastic card!! (if I do say so myself, *cough cough*)
ha ha!

So, are you all fans of the show Downton Abbey? I LOOOOOOOOOOOVE it!!! i am super addicted to it, and I love everything about the show!
Well, when I saw the Lawn Fawn set Life is Good, I just KNEW i wanted to make this card! ha ha!

What do you think?
Did it make you laugh?! I sure hope so!!

I colored all of the images with copics and popped up the castle and the crab for dimension! I even gave the master crab a top hap! (even crabs have to be formal at Downton Abbey! ha!)

The cloudy patterned paper background is from an echo park 6x6! LOOOOVE echo park paper, have you seen some of the new stuff, by the way? RUN to the Capture Life line. IT'S AMAZING!

So that's my card!
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Enjoy and thanks again!


  1. I love it!!! So funny!!!! I guess I need to start watching that series once i'm done with LOST. Yep, always late to the game!!

  2. Oh how hilarious! How did you come up with that idea?! LOVE IT! Very cute card; I just love everything about it!

  3. So freaking clever! Love it!! Hehehe


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