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Hello Crafty friends! Alix here showing my project for this week. To create this card, I added lots of imaginations. Why can't we have different colors of trees instead of green trees? One of  Dr. Seuss's movie called Lorax came up to my mind. So I colored my trees in pink and blue as well.


This is card is fairly simple but cute. I colored all images with Copic markers and set to the side. To prepare the background, I ink blended with Tim Holtz distress oxide in Cracked Pistachio, then splattered droplets with mixture of this ink and water. To create the hills, I used Lawn Fawn Stitched hillside border die to cut. Then I ink blended the bottom parts with Tim Holtz distress ink in Tattered Rose.

I glued the first layer of hill directly to the background, then created some dimension using foam tape for attachment of top layer. After arranging all images onto the card, I stamped sentiment using Altenew dye ink in Rouge and Memento Ink in Rich Coco. To light up the green background, I added Pretty Pink Posh 4mm Sparkling Clear Sequins and 6mm Sparkling Clear Sequins using Multi Medium Matte



Here are some references for Copic colors that I used:

Pink Tree: RV21,RV23
Blue Tree:BG10,BG23
Green Trees:YG01,YG03,YG06
Mouse:W00,W1
Beaver Tummy:C0
Beaver Skin: E31,E33
Beaver Skirt and Bow: RV10,RV21,RV23


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