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Little Things Yellow


Hello Friends

I am back with another post I wanted to make another quick card for the Simon Says Stamp Challenge. This weeks challenge is to use Yellow :)  I picked up this lovely glittery card stock at Tuesday Morning last month. It was sooooo cheap $2.99 for 12 sheets. I have not got around to using it yet so today was a perfect day to do that.

All I did was heat embossed 3 of these little butterflies on to the card with black embossing powder. I fussy cut them out and then glued them to the same card that was mounted on to a white card base. Finally I stamped the sentiment and attached it. Easy right?: )

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  1. I LOVE the simplicity of this card! the colors are happy and it made me smile :)

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  2. This is so pretty - it's design is simple, but with the beautiful paper you chose and the butterflies, it all knits together perfectly. :)

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  3. You always make everything look so easy! Another gorgeous card, Mandi. I love Tuesday Morning...

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  4. Beautiful! I love those embossed butterflies.

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  5. very pretty! love the butterflies.

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  6. Very pretty butterfly card!

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  7. I love the paper u chose. Wonderful card.

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  8. Such a sweet card! Love that glitter paper and the butterflies are so pretty. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Monday Challenge Blog!

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  9. I adore these type of cards, Mandi…simple, yet important reminder. Beautifully done lady!

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  10. Gorgeous butterfly design Mandi. Pretty colors too.

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