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A Hug and a Smile


I'm so happy to be back here helping out on the Butterfly Reflections Ink Blog today to present this card to you-it showcases some of my favorite stamps and dies and I hope it makes you smile a bit.

Karen B. from The Bald Dragonfly here. I started this simple scene using the Starry Circle Die-Namic to create a circle in the front of my kraft card base (I'll save the stars for another project). I then die cut some trees from the Birch Tree Die-Namics and adhered them to the back of the front of the card, and then backed those with a sky blue piece of cardstock. Then came the fun part! I stamped and fussy cut a gnome from MFT's You Gnome Me and a hedgie from Happy Hedgehogs. They were colored with zigs. I grounded them with a sentiment banner die cut from the smallest banner from MFT's Blueprints #27 Die-Namics. I stamped the sentiment from Honeybee's Smile Stamp Set. Such a sweet, clean and simple scene!


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  1. A gnomie and a hedgie = cuteness overload

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  2. This is so cute! Those two were made to hang out together!

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  3. Adorable! Love that little gnome and the giant smile sentiment!!!

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  4. How cute is this little pari!! I like the pretty pop of blue from the sky. This is adorable Karen!!

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  5. Cuteness maximum! I will miss seeing Karen's fabulous creations here!!

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