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Hello everyone and Hello Tuesday,


I am starting to make my shopping list after 3 days previews of all kinds of products from Creativation 2018. How about you? Did you see anything that amazed you so far? Today we are getting back to simple. I am trying to keep it clean. You know it’s usually hard for me not adding lots of elements. Let us see if you like my style this time.




I used two frame dies to prepare the foundation base. Die-namic Wonky stitched rectangle Stax for the outer edge and Lawn Fawn Outside in Stitched Scalloped rectangle stackables die for the inner frame. I added foam tape to raise the frame that I created to form some dimension. For background prep, I used ink blending technique by using Tim Holtz distress oxide ink in Picked Raspberry and Fossilized Amber. I splattered some white acrylic paint using a paint brush to build some textures.


I set them aside and started to work on images from Lawn Fawn Thankful Mice stamp set. I used masking technique to create the pile of cheese for my mice to stand on. I customized the heart balloon by stamping a heart from Lawn Fawn Conversation Heart add-on stamp set, and I used a black pen to doodle it into a balloon. Then I colored all images I need with Copic Markers. Since Mr. mouse was asking Miss Mouse to be his valentine, I added some Iridescent Heart Confetti from Pretty Pink Posh.




At last, I stamped “Love Ya” from Lawn Fawn Big Scripty Words stamp set and cut it with its coordinating die. I glued it onto upper portion of the window as sentiment for the whole card. I hope you'll have a wonderful day and have fun creating!

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