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Scent with Love BRI Moodboard inspiration

Hello crafty friends! Davina here, with some January BRI Moodboard color inspiration. Today I’m sharing a shaker card that combines several newer, and older, sets by Lawn Fawn. I’ve been making many more shaker cards than I ever have before, and each has been a different kind/style. I really love the flat mesh ones that I’ve shared, but today, I kept it classic. The colors in this months Moodboard are spun sugar, mauve, butterscotch, and marine blue. I incorporated these colors by creating a skunk filled scene with lots of Valentine’s Day images. I started by making my snow globe shaker. The new dies are huge, so I dig deep into my stash, and found my  Ready Set Snow  stamps and dies from years ago. It was the perfect size for a little mail man skunk and some goodies. I stamped out images from  Scent with Love  ,  Scent with Love Add on  and last years  Special Delivery sets, then colored everything up before die cutting with the coordinating dies.  I inkblended the background piece of
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My Flamazing Friend

Hello and happy new year! Samantha here, and today I'm happy to share a card inspired by the brand new, gorgeous Butterfly Reflections Ink mood board ! I hope you love it as much as I do, and if so, play along! All of the details can be found by clicking here ! I love the colors, and wintery, nostalgic feeling of it! Which is super ironic...given that my card isn't nostalgic...or wintery! ha! I do still love it though!I used the cute, adorable images from Paperie Inks Fla La La Mingo stamp set ! Love those cute little mingos! Lol! I colored them in with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers and fussy cut them out! I used Distress Inks in Chipped Sapphire , Blueprint Sketch and Mermaid Lagoon to ink blend onto some white cardstock. Then I used the Newton's Nook Tropical Leaves Stencil and the same colors (but with more pressure!) to add the subtle, tone on tone stencil effect! Once the background was ready, I used some gold Perfect Pearls and water to add the gold splatte

January 2022 Mood Board

Hello there! Amanda here today to share this month's mood board. Can you believe another year has passed? I know last year was another hard one for a lot of us, here's to hoping 2022 sees some positive changes! I often go in to the January mood board thinking soft and airy, basically wintry but a fresh start to the year. I started down that same path this year but ended up with something a little more cozy winter cabin. And I love it! I'm really digging the mauve and butterscotch combo. It's a little fall-ish but works so well for winter too. Also, who else is thinking a solo vacation in that little yellow cabin sounds perfect right about now!??  Spun Sugar, Mauve, Butterscotch and Marine Blue Image Sources: Pinterest I can't wait to see all of your creations! Be sure to share on Instagram with #brimoodboard for a chance to win a $20 shop credit. And follow our @brimoodboardchallenge account to keep up with the monthly boards, entries and winners! And congrats to th

Coffee Cuties Card

Hello there!  Audrey here with my last post as guest designer for the month of December!  For my card today, I pulled out some adorable coffee themed products from Sugar Pea Designs!  To create this card, I started out with a piece of Kraft cardstock cut to 4" x 5.25".  I diecut all of the pieces from the Coffee Cuties die se t out of various colors of cardstock, then added depth with Distress Oxide and some white gel pen accents.  I placed the coffee cuts about where I wanted them and used the Trinity Stamps Seasonal Winds stencil to add some steam coming from the cups, splattered the panel with Vintage Photo Distress Ink, then popped the cups up with foam tape.  The sentiment is a combination of a stamped sentiment from the Brew-tiful Sentiments stamp set and diecut word from the Whole Latte Words die set .  Under the cups, I added some coffee beans using the Cool Beans stencil and a tiny coffee bean stamp from the Brew-tiful Sentiments stamp set .  Then, I ink blended

Singing in the Rain Card!

Hi there everyone!  Linda  here today on the Butterfly Reflections Ink blog with a fun new card! I created this fun card using the amazing  Singing in the Rain  stamp set from Hello Bluebird! I started this card with a white card base in A2 size and then added a front panel, which I diecutted from white cardstock with a Wonky Stitched Rectangle die. I love the amazing borders stitched dies give! I stamped all the amazing images from the stamp set and then masked them to keep them clean before started blending a background.  I blended a rainy background on this piece, just using  Black Soot  Distress Oxide ink and a cloud stencil.  I added loads of white splatters and then removed the masking paper. I coloured all the fun images with bright colours, using Copic Markers. Wishing You Showers of Joy! Thanks for watching, hope to see you next time!

Christmas card with die-namics of MFT

Hello crafty friends! Here Laura, today I show you this christmas card made with the " Christmas lights die-namics " of MFT . You can find it in the Butterflyreflectionink store 😉 To start with, I cut the lights in different colors of cardstock . For the background I used a Christmas paper and vellum to give prominence to the lights and make them stand out more!!  And finally I prepared the composition and glued all the pieces with Flitter Glu to make the result more durable! 😉 I used the technique in which the glue is not seen and consists of putting it only where there is an object in the decoration, so the result is better finished. I hope you like it! Remember that you can find all these products and many more in the Butterflyreflectionink store !!  Thanks for your attention and see you in another post!

Hello Card

  Hi Crafty Friends! Stephanie here with my last card for this DT term. I can't believe how fast and how amazing these past 4 months have been! Today, I'm sharing a Hello card using Pinkfresh Studio and Honey Bee Stamps .  I started by cutting some white cardstock down to A2 card size. I then put the card in my Misti Tool and stamped the pretty flower border from the Pinkfresh Studio Charming Floral Border stamp set. I colored in the stamp with Copic markers. It's hard to see in the picture, but I also added in a shadow outline in N0 Copic to add a little dimension.  When I finished coloring, I moved on to the sentiment. I stamped the small sentiment from the same Charming Floral stamp set in clear Versamark and embossed it with white Ranger Embossing Powder .  I then stamped the hello from the Honey Bee Stamps Bitty Buzzwords set. I just love this set because it's so versatile! I popped up the hello with some foam adhesive and glued down the 2nd sentiment flat. I