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Funky Fossil Designs - Happy Mail

 Hi Everybody! 

Perhaps you already have seen those wonderful snails on the Funky Fossil Facebook page. Well, they are finally in the store!

I stamped the snail onto scrap paper and colored it with alcohol ink markers. I used the new Happy Mail dies to cut it out. I used the Wonky Hearts stencil to create the background. Used a left over paper strip at the bottom. Diecut the postage die in black and added a little snail from an old set to the center.

Supplies I used:

Are you ready to play along with a birthday challenge in our FB group this month?
The theme is Celebration

Simply add a picture of a card/project to the Birthday Celebration Album  by the end of the month. You can enter as many times as you like. The only requirement is that your card includes at least one Funky Fossil product 🙂
At the end of the month there will be 3 entries picked at random to win £50 credit to spend in store!

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting!
Happy new release!

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Flo said…
Diese Schneckenpost ist obergenial!!! Da kommt Freude auf, wenn man solch ein Kärtchen bekommt und dann in Händen hält.
Denise Bryant said…
The snails are so cute! Fun card!

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