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I Love Candy Corn - Lawn Fawn and My Favorite Things Mash up

Hello there friends!  I am back today with a card celebrating one of my favorite fall treats...Candy Corn!  




As you can see, I had to stamp a LOT of Candy Corn for this card!  I pulled out the How You Bean: Candy Corn set from Lawn Fawn and stamped a border of Candy corn along the bottom of an A2 sized card panel.  Then I set about coloring all of the candy corns.  I used simple Copic color blending on the orange and yellow part, and just left the top of the corn white.  For the background I used an ink blending tool and Distress Ink (Spiced Marmalade and Mustard Seed)  I also stamped a few more bunches of the candy corn and cut them out.  I overlapped those and made a big pile of the candy.  



I then stamped the cat and the moon from Witch way is the Candy by MFT, colored them and cut them out.  I added some sparkle using Spectrum Sparkle Pens . 

That's all for today, please be sure to check out the store to see all the supplies I used, and also so many more new items!

Peace,
Jacquie

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  1. Such a cute card! Now I want candy corn!

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  2. What a wonderful card. Your coloring is beautiful.

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  3. This is such a fun card ! Your cat is just amazing !!

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