She stamped the hugging kitties image from My BFF onto a heart and colored them using Copic markers.
I love how she die cut two hearts and placed them behind the kitties to create a focal point!
She also white heat embossed the sentiment and added some embellishments to finish off the card.
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I also love how this card works for a lot of different occasions; anniversaries, friendships, just because, valentine’s, you name it!
Next we have Karen’s inspiration. Her card also features the butterfly from the Butterfly Emergence 2 in 1 Layered Dies. She picked just one of the dies from Layer 3. I really love how this intricate die alone gives a card an elegant focal point!
For the background, she used the Slimline Oriental Cover Die. This is a slimline cover die, and she cleverly trimmed this off so that it works for her standard size card!
Next she used the Legend of The Koi stamp set, did a couple of the different layering stamp options to create this pair of beautiful koi. She cut them out with the coordinating Penguin Perfect Cuts and adhered them to the front panel with foam tape.