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Mossy Element

Due to the fact of non stop snow I bring you... spring inspiration of bunnies!  I am dreaming of green grass, flowers budding and birds chirping.  Instead I have snow falling, the sound of shovelling and cold wind!

I am playing with my new Xyron machines and I get to drag you along while I learn and play.  I did say I would show you as I learn.  I did a quicky video of these easy cards.  It took no time to cut the pieces, ink, apply adhesive with my Create a Sticker and assemble.  So quick I made 2!


Dontcha just love moss!  You'll see it a lot... because I love it.



I love the Wild Whispers Adventure paper collection... LOVE these arrows for pattern paper.  the card is a 5x5".


The Argyle Stencil is so Easter!  I cut the mat board 2x2", gesso, distress crayons and stencil... repeat 4 times.


These are so fun and easy to make!  


Thanks for popping in and I hope you find this quick card easy to make!  Creating just for fun... is fun!



 
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  1. Love it. They are so adorable!you and Xyron are a good team. Never heard of it before you stared working with it. So clever!

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  2. Genius! I can't say different word! fab project! barbara

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  3. Super, duper! Love the moss bunny! You are so clever, you! Wait 'til you see what the Easter bunny leaves on my blog!

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