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Harvest Greetings: A Newbie Post





Hey there!  Ashley Harris here!  Super excited to be here with you for my first Design Team post at Butterfly Reflections.  I try to be conservative with my exclamations, but it may be hard being on this team.  To be a part of such a great team is exclamation worthy for sure.

My first card is a fall card.  It is hard to imagine fall coming as it is still reaching 108 degree temperatures here in AZ.  Thankfully there are cute stamps that put you in the mood.  That and a fan turned on full blast in your crafting space.  

Today's card features the Sunny Studio Stamps Fall Kiddos stamp set.  I love this stamp set so much!


To make this card I took a 4 x 5 1/4 inch panel of white cardstock and masked it off and went to town with my Distress Oxide inks in Salty Ocean and Mowed Lawn.  I adhered the panel to an A2 card base.  I then stamped these super cute Fall Kiddos in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and then used my Copics to color them in.  I then cut them out with the coordinating dies.  I stamped the wind and then adhered the cute images to the panel with foam adhesive.  I stamped the sentiment on a word strip and adhered it to the card.  I adhered the leaves to the wind and sentiment with foam adhesive.  to finish the card I added some shimmer with my fave Wink of Stella in clear.  Finished the cheeks off with a Signo Uniball white gel pen. LOVE!  



Here is a close up where you can see the hint of shimmer.

Thanks for stopping by and I'm looking forward to hanging out with you some more!  No off you go to create magic!




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