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Hello Bootiful with Davina

Hello my Bootiful Friends! Davina here, with some October Moodboard Inspiration. I made a really fun Shaker-Slimline card using a mixture of new and old products that I hope you’ll love just as much as I do. The colors this month were very bold fall colors of a deep berry, yellow, orange, and olive green. I used a very dark palette of mostly black and accented the colors to create my project.  I used some just released slimline stamps from Trinity stamps to create this incredible branch frame. This set All Spruced Up was just dropped yesterday, and intended for beautiful Christmas cards. But I wanted to make a spooky card, so I stamped it in black on gray cardstock. Then, after using the matching die to easily cut it out, I inked the edges of the slimline panel with Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink. I stamped a few of the pine cones and branches in black and gray to accent the top. And I love how stamping in Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide Ink showed up so well on the gray card. 
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Holiday Shaker Tags

Hello and good day!  It's Amanda Fitterer here and  I am excited to share these super sweet holiday tags with you! To make my tag base, I used Heffy Doodle's Tag Along Dies.  I love these dies because they're so versatile and they were made for shakers!
For my images, I am using Hero Arts Intensified Black ink to stamp Mama Elephant's Santa Baby Stamp Set and Toasty Friends Stamp Set.

I colored my images with Copic markers.

I created my shaker elements by mixing Dress My Craft's Carnival Candies, Crystal Ice Cubes, Frosted Sugar Powder, and Coffee Carnival Mix.

These tags will sure be cute on some gifts for family, friends, or coworkers!  
Thank you so much for stopping by the Butterfly Reflections, Ink blog!  We are so happy you're here and  hope that you feel super inspired!  Xoxo, Amanda

Happy Halloween

Hi everyone! Tina here with a fun Halloween card featuring the adorable kitty from the Pretty Pink Posh Halloween Pals stamps and coordinating dies.
This is definitely one of my favorite Halloween stamps yet! I stamped, embossed and colored up the images using Copic markers. For the background I ink blended using the Milled Lavender, Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet, Dusty Concord and Black Soot Distress Inks. I used a circle die to cut a window on the top panel and popped up the kitty using double sided foam adhesive. 
I stamped and embossed the sentiment and the little paw prints and splattered some stars over the blended background. Finally I added some sequins and the bats using glittered cardstock and the die from the Lawn Fawn Build-a House Halloween Add on Dies.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you like my card :) Have a great day!!

Cute Penguins Rainbow Card

Hi everyone, welcome! This is Leeds here today sharing a cute rainbow holiday card using Your Next Stamp Waddles - Winter Wonderland stamp set, here are the steps:
Step 1: Stamp all the images using Memento Black Ink Pad.Step 2: Color each image using Copic Markers. I also added a few highlights using white gel pen.Step 3: Cut a white card stock and ink blended Picked Raspberry, Twisted Citron, Shaded Lilac, Salty Ocean, and Tumbled Glass. Splatter it with white acrylic paint and water.Step 4: Cut a white card stock using Lawn Fawn Hillside Border, apply some glue and sprinkle it with  Lawn Fawn chunky glitter. Step 5: Stamp the sentiment using clear embossing ink pad and Ranger Embossing Powder Hot Pink.Step 5: Cut silver glitter card stock using Snowflakes dies.
Step 6: Assemble the card using glue, double sided tape and foam tape.
Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed and feel inspired by the card I've shared with you today. Wishing you a wonderful day!

Oh So Jolly!!

Hi crafty friends!! Sophie here and today I'm sharing this fun holiday card. I hope you like it! :) 

To start I ink blended a background using distress oxide inks in Milled Lavender,Stormy Sky, and Chipped Sapphire. I then used the Mama Elephant Little Fox Agenda Stamps and Dies along with the Mama Elephant Winter Forest Cover for the main scene/images. I colored those cute little foxes using my Copic markers and I've listed the colors below! :) Foxes: E11, E13, E15, E0000, R00Red Accessories: R24, R27Yellow Bird: Y17, Y15
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Halloween card inspired by October mood board

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To start, I first masked off the moon and then ink blended a sky using the following distress oxide inks (top to bottom): seedless preserves, ripe persimmon and mustard seed.  Next, I splatted the background with some water.  Then I used the grassy stencil and distress oxide ink colors in pine needles and peeled paint to blend the grass. The panel was cut using the outside in largest stitched rectangle die.  The word “boo” was cut using Finley’s ABC die.  I saved the inside pieces of the letters so I could glue them into the missing areas later.  Acetate sheet was glued to the back of the panel and double sided foam tape added to the edges to create a shaker.  Pretty …