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Wishing You a Magical Day, featuring Avery Elle

Hello Butterfly Reflections Ink friends!  It's Jung here with you, and today I've got a magical card featuring Avery Elle's Be a Unicorn stamp set.  This stamp set is so cute!  My girls absolutely adore MLPony, so I know they both would love this card!  






























Here's how I created my card:

  1. I die cut a stitched rectangle panel from some white card stock.  
  2. I repeatedly stamped the unicorn stamp from Avery Elle's Be a Unicorn stamp set with Memento Tuxedo black ink.  I also stamped the little images, like the hearts and stars, on the unicorns' "hips."
  3. I colored the images and the background in with Copic markers.  
  4. I added some detail with a Gelly Roll white gel pen, and I also used the Spectrum Noir clear sparkle pen on the horns and little images.  
  5. I attached the entire panel on a white card base with foam tape.
  6. On a piece of black card stock, I heat embossed the sentiment from the same Be a Unicorn stamp set with Versamark ink and Ranger's silver embossing powder.  
  7. I hand cut out the sentiment into a flag/ribbon shape, and attached it with foam tape.
  8. To finish, I added some sequins' from Lucy's cards gilded rose sequin mix.
This card was all about the coloring, and I will admit it was time consuming.  I was sick and in bed a lot recently, however, so I just kept my markers, and the stamped panel by my bed, and work on it little by little.  I love how colorful it turned out.  I hope you like it too!

Wishing you a magical day friends!

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