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Bloom Love

Good Morning everyone! I hope your morning is going great. I am so happy that it's Friday and all the fun events planned for this weekend. I am back with another layout! These products that I am using, just never get old to work with. I like to challenge myself and see what I come up with.


I love the fringe look I did with the Avery Elle 6x6 pattern papers I also used a cut file from Ashley Horton from The Cut Shoppe, I packed it with some vellum. 

I have officially used up all of those Friendship Paper Pieces and I am a little sad about it. I love anything with flowers, hearts, rainbows, clouds, raindrops...Pretty much SPRING! but my favorite season is Fall. ha ha! 

I made a boo boo on this layout. When I started to use my Heidi Swapp Color Shine, It literally went everywhere. It was all over my arm and fingers and I had one of those moments where I was like "How did this happen?" and then I look down at the page! Oh NO!! The color shine was splattered on  the letter O …

"hugs," featuring Neat & Tangled Better Together

Hey guys!  How are you enjoying your summer?  It's Jung here, sharing a "hugs" card featuring Neat & Tangled Better Together stamp set and matching dies.  This set is just so cute, and perfect for any occasion!  Neat & Tangled have been coming out with some really cute sets...don't forget to check out the BRI shop to check them out!





























To make my card:

I stamped the girl/owl image and the boy/fox image from the N&T Better Together stamp set onto white cardstock with Memento tuxedo black ink.  I colored in the images using copic markers.  I also added in some detail with a white gel pen,  Wink of Stella clear glitter pen on the girl's skirt and hair bow, and white prismacolor color pencil for some highlights to their hair.I die cut the images with the N&T Better Together dies, and set aside.  I die cut a stitched rectangle from a piece of water color paper.I loosely water colored a background sky and grass with distress inks in tumbled glass, peacock …

You're a star! ( and I'm so Jelly! )

Hi Everyone!

It's Karin from PeppermintPatty's Papercraft, here to share some inspiration. Today took out some adorable products from Lawn Fawn and made a summery little card.




To get that little white frame around my images I let the diecut stay in the die while I inked the background. Other than that this is a very straight forward card (-: Simple and fast! I forgot to take a picture of the inside of the card which says - and I'm so Jelly.


Supplies:

Stamps:
Lawn Fawn So Jelly

Dies:
My Favorite Things Stitched Squares and Stitched mini scalloped rectangles

Paper: Lawn Fawn Beachside

Ink:
Tuxedo Black ink
Rangers Distress Ink Tumbled Glass

Tools:
Blending tool
Stamping mask paper

Adhesives:
Foam Adhesive
Dot Gluetape

Coloring Mediums:
Copic Markers



Pop over to the store to find the products I've used for this card; Butterfly Reflections Ink




Hope you are enjoying the summer! 
Have a great day, hugs, Karin
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"Waving Hello" feat. Lawn fawn!

Happy monday friends!! 
It's franci ( friday finally ) here today to bright up the starting week! I'm so happy to show you a bunch of pretty and girly cards feat the most wanted set of the season.. the "mermaid for you" stamp set by Lawn fawn!! 
And yeah.. if you are wondering.. i looooooove it too! I just can't stop stamping these cuties everywhere! ahah!  Now..let's get into the projects..!

I created 2 designs for today's cards and i made 2 cards for each of them.. 

I'm in love with these cute scenes! I just needed to make lots of cards for my crafty friends and i wanna keep them simple ( so i could make tons of them!) but super pretty and unique too! In the following pictures you can see the power of coloring..the different colors i used for the mermaids change completely the cards style! :)

Love this one.. like it's all light blue coordinated! :)

Love this blondie too!! :) To create these cards first i die cut some stitched rectangles from so…

Sunny Studio Stamps - Tropical Paradise

Hey folks!

I am so excited to be back to share a few card with you all! I gotta be honest peeps, I love how my card turned out, but not a big fan of my pictures. In fact, I was getting ready to do new ones, when I realized there was water allll over my craft room floor. Ruh-ro Raggy. So. No new pics, but it's cool, I hope you enjoy my cards anyway!

For my cards today, I used the Sunny Studio Stamps Tropical Paradise Stamp Set. I simply adore the shape of these images.

The first thing I did was, I made masks of all the images with Inkadinkado Stamping Mask Paper, then stamped my scenes with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink on all of my cards.


On my first card, I decided I wanted to use colors, that I normally wouldn't. Ya know, so I could color teal flamingos. Really, I grabbed an old color wheel I have and chose Copic colors that worked together.

When all of my images were colored, I masked everything off again. Then, on the top half of the panel, I added a light layer of Ranger Distr…

I Love You Right Now!

Happy Friday to you!! I am back with another layout using more of the same goodies. Illustrated Faith, Avery Elle, and Amy Tangerine! This time I had this idea to use a banner in this layout, it's just a good way to use up paper and bring in colors and patters. I also want to mention the title. I am sure you all have kids and understand the ups and downs of sibling love..Right? Well we were on a road trip and they were getting along so well and then about two hours into the trip, the arguing started. lol! so I felt like this title was fitting. So here is what I came up with!


I love the pop of colors that this paper from Avery Elle brings to the layout. I also incorporated some black and white pattern paper from my scraps. 

Something else that makes this paper pop is this bold title from Amy Tangerine These foam word sayings are the best when it comes to titles. I have a hard time coming up with titles, so this is the perfect solution! 

Ok last thing I want to mention are these awe…

Wildflower Card Set

Happy Summer!  It’s Lorraine (from Created by Lorraine) and I’m here to share a set of cards I made using the Wildflower stamp set from Concord and 9th and the Balloon Messages stamp set from Waffle Flower Crafts.  Here’s the first one:

To make this card, I first stamped the wildflower images on masking tape and cut them out. 

Then I stamped the images onto my card base, covered them with the masks and then blended on some distress ink.


After peeling off the masks, I used a white gel pen to color in the small leaves.  I then stamped the sentiment and added a few open circle stamps and black sequins.  The same method was used for these cards:





And all together, the set of three cards:

Thank you for taking a look.  I hope everyone’s summer has gotten off to a great start!

Color Layering Seahorses

Hi there, crafty friends!   Kimberly here with you today to share some cards using one of Hero Arts' fun new layering stamp sets!  I love layering sets.....they're such fun to use and experimenting with different colors is half the fun!

SUPPLIES
Hero Arts Color Layering Seahorse Stamp Set Versamark Ink Ranger Super Fine Clear Embossing Powder Lawn Fawn Ink Distress Ink  Distress Sprayer MFT Tranquil Textures 6x6 Paper Pad MFT Pierced Circle Frames Nuvo Drops - Midnight Sky
I created a shaker card with the MFT Pierced Circle die, some acetate and microbeads I found in my stash!   I stamped and heat embossed some of the shells onto my backer piece. I stamped the seashell and seahorse and fussy cut them out and added them to the edge of the shaker element.   
I prepared the card base by cutting a piece of paper from the MFT paper pad down to 4.25' x 5.5' and added Distress Ink to the edges.   I spritzed on some water to add to the ocean-feel of the card.    I adhered my shaker el…

Thanks!

Hi Everyone!

It's Karin from PeppermintPatty's Papercraft, here to share some inspiration. For today's card I've played with some adorable products from Paper Smooches, Lawn Fawn and MFT.






Supplies:

Dies:
My Favorite Things; Stitched Inside out rounded corner square die
Paper Smooches :  Single Rose

Paper:
Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid

Stamps:
Paper Smooches; Delightful Greetings

Ink:
Tuxedo Black ink

Adhesives:
Foam Adhesive
Dot Gluetape

Coloring Mediums:
Copic Markers


Pop over to the store to find the products I've used for this card; Butterfly Reflections Ink



Have a great day, hugs, Karin

"Welcome Summer" feat. Lawn Fawn!

Happy first day of summer everyone!! :)
It's franci ( friday finally)  here today with a cute Lawn Fawn card to celebrate the season!
Here's what i created..




























Those whales are my fave stamps ever! they are soo pretty!  So today i decided to create a happy and fun card to get into the summer happiness!  Finally summer arrived also here in Milan after lots of super rainy days, the sun always shines in the sky and everything make me think about the sea and the ocean.. about vacations!! :) That's why i dusted all my "summer stamp set" and i started to create this fun ocean scene. As always i first die cut a stitched rectangle and i gave it some color with Salty Ocean and Tumbled Glass distress inks. I sprayied some water to achieve this cool bubble effect and i let it dry completely. Then i stamped all my images on some with cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and i colored them with my copics. I fussy cut them and i added some details with a white gelly roll pen.…

A-moose-ing Father's Day Shaker

Hello my friends! Thank you for joining me, Janette, here on the Butterfly Reflections Ink blog. I hope that this Father's Day finds you well and that you are celebrating those that you love. Fathers come in all shapes and sizes, and aren't necessarily always the biological pops. Be sure to celebrate all those who have taken on the fatherhood role out of necessity, compassion or simply for the love of the children. Sometimes that looks like a single mom, grandparent, uncle or even a friend or neighbor. It takes a village to raise these children, and it is important to let those people know they are appreciated.
I share with you the card that goes to the awesome dad in our house, it's a-moose-ing!

By now you must know that this girl loves a shaker. This card, with 4 shaker areas, was a breeze to make with the Misti Tool. I stamped the pond and stream identically on two 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" white cardstock panels with the Dad & Me Lawn Fawn stamps (which is on sale…

Seriously?! Scrapbook Layout

Hello!
Samantha here, and today I'm sharing a cute layout of my little Mann!


I used some embossing paste in white and a plus sign stencil to create some texture on the background! Once it was dry, I added just a tiny bit of watercolor in Tumbled Glass Distress Ink!


I layered my photos with various papers from my 6x6 paper pad collection (it's quite large)! Ha!
I embellished with Create a Smile enamel shapes and Carpe Diem word phrases! The title is a cute, handwritten-type Thicker from Amy Tangerine!


So that's it! I totally loved making this layout! Those photos crack me up! My little Mann was sitting on our steps (we called it the penalty box), and he was 'wrapping his hockey stick!" Ha ha! Except, it was a play hockey stick, and the tape was painters tape! He's got such a perfect imagination!

Thanks for hanging out with me a little toady!
~Samantha

Friendship

Happy Friday!! I am back with another layout. I am still working with Illustrated Faith products and I am just loving all the bright colors they bring to my summer layouts. So here is my latest creation.


I used the Illustrated Faith Friendship Paper Pieces to bring in some floral and I used the My Minds Eye Jubilee Story Journal Cards they came with these cute cut outs of the hello and the bird. I back those cut outs with the Avery Elle 6x6 Paper Pad in Everyday Collection

I love using cut files. I went on Pinterest and found a circle cut file and just used scrap paper that I had in my stash to create the background. Its considered a doily background. So I put it in my Silhouette Studio and enlarged the image. 
This photo of my sweet girl bring me her favorite snack and me my favorite drink (Tea) she did this all by herself and I was so impressed. I mean she even knew to use hot water for the tea and not cold. We sat down and enjoyed that moment together and it was the best! 
I hope y…

Happy Birthday

Hey there!  It’s Lorraine (Created by Lorraine) and I have a confession to make.  Ever since I got the Ooh La La stamp set by Poppy Stamps and the Big Top Birthday stamp set from Neat and Tangled, I haven’t been able to put them down!  Here’s a card that uses both:

For this card, I first stamped all the images, colored them with Copic markers, and die cut them.  One thing I love about the penguin is you don’t have to color in that much.  Then I masked off the top and bottom of the card base, blended on some distress ink, sprayed a bit of water and drew stars with a white gel pen.  Lastly, I added the die-cut images onto the card with foam tape.   
I hope all of you Butterfly Reflections Inkers are doing well and finding time to get crafty.  Thanks for dropping by!
Supplies: Stamps: Neatand Tangled Big Top Birthday; Poppy Stamps Ooh La La Dies: Neatand Tangled Big Top Birthday; Poppy Stamps Ooh La La Inks: Copic markers; Memento (tuxedo black); Tim Holtz distress ink (broken china) Oth…

A Note To Brighten Your Day!

Hi there!   It's Kimberly, from Kimplete Kreativity, here with you today with a super happy card using supplies from Neat & Tangled, Waffle Flower Crafts & Sugar Pea Designs!

SUPPLIES
Hexastar Stencil - Neat & Tangled  Ombre Neon Ink Pad Yellow to Orange - Hero Arts  Whatever the Weather Stamp Set - Sugar Pea Designs Jumbo Letter HI die - Waffle Flower Crafts  Onyx Black Ink - Versafine Clear Embossing Powder - Ranger
I created my background by blending each of the shades from the Hero Arts ombre ink pad onto the hexastar stencil, beginning with yellow towards the center of the stars and gradually adding color so the orange is on the outside.

I die cut the 'HI' twice, once from black and once from yellow-orange.   I adhered both cuts to the center of the card.   These new dies from Waffle Flower are the coolest - you can use them in so many different ways - the die even cuts awesome holes around the letters if you'd like to use them that way (I set aside that pie…

Just a Note

Hi Everyone!

It's Karin from PeppermintPatty's Papercraft, here to share some inspiration. For today's little project I've played with some adorable products from Paper Smooches and Lawn Fawn!






A couple of weeks ago I was shopping with my mom and when I needed to make a note of something she took out some scrap pieces of paper she had stapled together. She was reusing paper that would otherwise gone in the dustbin which is great, but I wanted to make her something nicer to carry around in her purse and quickly made a bunch of these: I simply cut a piece of patterned paper 6x4½ and folded it as in the picture above.  I then cut a bunch of papers slightly smaller  than the inside of my notepad cover 3.7 (?)
I stamped each piece with a cute cat image and then stapled them in place. I then stamped, colored and diecut a cat image to adhere to the front of the pad. I also cut and stamped a little banner.

Supplies:

Stamps:

Paper Smooches; Comforting Hugs

Dies:
My Favorite Things:…

Believe in magic!

Happy monday! It's franci (fridayfinally) here today to show you a magical project! Here's what i created..























This fairies by Lawn Fawn are adorableeee!! I decide to create a card .. but it's not only a card.. it's like a decorative panel you can hang on the wall and be inspired by! :)
First i die cut the biggest stitched rectangle from the set, and i gave it some color sponging some distress inks. I used Shabby shutters and spiced marmelade distress ink shades, starting from the top and the bottom and drawn the colors to the center of the card. Then i stamped all my images on to some white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo black ink, i colored them with my copics. I fussy cut them and i i added some details wit a white gely roll pen and some Wink of Stella clear brush. I stamped some leaves and those little sparkle marks ... on my background starting from a corner into the opposite one with a green ink to  add some interest and i started to build my scene. Oh and i forgot..…