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Craft Stamper June Challenge


Hello Friends!! 

Welcome to a new Craft Stamper challenge! 

I can't believe it is June! The month's are flying by!!

We are having lovely weather here in Scotland.

I keep seeing lots of wee butterflies flying around the garden. 

So I was inspired to make a butterfly card for this challenge.

I used the Finnabair Spread Your Wings stencil and stamp set. 

I LOVE this stamp set.

I bought it just for this butterfly stamp that has this quote.

IF YOUR DREAMS DON'T SCARE YOU THEY ARE NOT BIG ENOUGH.

I love that!

I used my distress inks in the colours of Picked Raspberry and Peacock Feathers to create the background. 

Then I just stamped my butterflies in white and used black behind them to make them stand out. 

I added some gems to finish off the look I was going for. 



Our sponsor this month is www.uniko.co.uk 

They are giving away these 3 lovely stamp sets and a stencil. 






Now it's time for you to come and join in the fun.

I can't wait to see what you make for this challenge. 

All of the details for linking up are on the Craft Stamper blog.

Thanks for stopping by!

Mandi xox


Linking up to Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Anything Goes




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  1. Such a pretty card! Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge :)

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