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Birthday Card Trio

 Hello all, I'm back again with another post for you.

This time I've got three cards to show you. 

These are all made with products from Crafter's Companion.

The 1st is another dragon card made using one of the Lee Holland Dragon stamps. I love these little characters :)

I've had coloured this using spectrum noir colour blend pencils.

I just love how much of a fun looking card you can make with these stamps. 


Next is a card made using a unicorn stamp. This has also been hand coloured with pencils.

I've also used some backing papers and matt mirror and glitter card from Sara's Enchanted forest collection.

Finally I've made a card using my Crafter's Companion BeBunni CD. It's a while since I've used this cd but I forgot how cute these little bunnies are.


All of the cards have been personalised with die cut numbers and letters for the names.

Hope to see you all again soon.



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