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Hi, Crafty Friends!  Kathy here sharing my very first card as a Butterfly Reflections, Inc. design team member and I'm so glad you've stopped by today!

There is something special that happens when crafters meet each other.  They become instant friends!  I've met so many incredible people through this 'little' hobby both in person and on line that I wanted to start off creating something for all of you!

For my card, I used this super fun Crafty Turnabout stamp from Concord & 9th with images that are near and dear to my heart!  Lining up the stamp to layer the different colors was easy peasy with my trusty MISTI, of course.  

I stamped the images with Catherine Pooler inks Tutti Frutti, Lime Rickey, Aquatini and Icing On The Cake. I must say, I'm new to these inks and they are A-mazing!  The colors stamp rich and vibrant and clean up is a breeze especially with the Lawn Fawn Stamp Shammy!

The die cut shapes are Concord & 9th Crafty dies which coordinate with the turnabout stamp, but can be used on their own, too!  I layered the die cuts on Lawn Fawn Ground Coffee and Peacock cardstock using one of the Concord & 9th Crafty dies.

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  1. Yay Kathy! This is ADORABLE. Love the colors.

  2. Congrats, Kathy! I love your card! Glad to hear you're enjoying CP inks!


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