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Hey ya'll I'm Megan behind it all over at PokeFreckleDot and I am one of the newbies here at Butterfly Reflections Ink. I can't tell you how excited I am to be apart of this awesome Design Team. I can't wait to get to know you all and communicate about our favorite's and hopefully form new friendships! With that being said I would like to show you my very first project for the Design Team!



I used Studio Calico wood flower veneers and painted them coordinating colors. To match the 6x6 pattern paper by Jen Hadfield. I am also loving Pinkfresh Studio new line the Felicity Collection. I always have a hard time coming up with a title's that are clever or that aren't like a sentence long, so these Glitter Word Foam Stickers are perfect for me! I can whip up a title in no time! They not only have word stickers but they also came with stars,leaves and arrows, so I incorporated some leaves as well.

Please excuse my painting skills (clearing my throat) ha ha! but how about those Color Block Wood Stickers? So if you haven't brushed up on your painting skills lately, then I highly recommend these!

Last thing I want to mention is Pinkfresh Studio's sequin studio puffy stickers you all know the struggle is real when it comes to sequin...Am I right? well this set comes as stickers! wow! that was definitely a game changer for me.Well folks I hope you enjoyed my very first project here on Butterfly Reflections Ink. I will have a process video of this layout over on my YouTube channel tonight! I hope you come back by and see what other fun projects I have in store for you!


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  1. There's so much joy in this layout! Love all the color and the flowers.

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  2. There's so much joy in this layout! Love all the color and the flowers.

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