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Hi there and happy monday!! :)
It's franci ( fridayfinally ) here today with a sweet card feat. Avery Elle! :)
Here's what i created..





























This card just makes me happy!! :) Aren't these the cutest critters ever?! ihih! :)
First i die cut a stitched rectangle from a piece of white cardstock and then i die cut the wavy border from some paper to create a stencil. I colored my background using distress inks in the shades of Salty Ocean and Chipped Sapphire. I let everything aside to dry completely.
Then i stamped the cute whales and those little ice cream with Memento tuxedo black ink , i colored them with copics and i fussy cut them.
I also die cute a banner, i stamped my sentiment and then i composed my card! Final touch.. i made some details with a white gelly roll pen.. And here's the card! I'm in love with how it turned out! :)




And.. i hope you like it too! :)

So.. here we are.. this was my last post as a BRI Design Team Member.. i'll miss all my mondays sooo much!! ahah! :) I wanna thank all of you for being with me through this amazing experience with all your lovely comments and support... it was beautiful.. i met soo many new people and talented designers and now i'm ready to see.. what's happen! Hope the future will bring some new great adventures!! :)
If you'd like please continue to follow me on my blog and on my IG!
Have a lovely monday! :)
franci :)

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