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Hello Crafty Friends Waleska here from craftinglove glad to be sharing with you another post for Butterfly Reflections Ink blog.  Who isn´t in love with the entire Lawn Fawn latest release??? So Amazing right...?? I declare myself a Lawnfawnatic who else with me?? For my card today I used one of my latest favorite stamps sets and dies...


CARD DETAILS:

I started by choosing my color combo, (that is usually my first step.)  I measure and cut the grass and the mushooms for the grass I used a combination of Oxide Inks  in colors Peacoak Feathers at the bottom and  Mowed Lawn at the top they look amazing together, I splash some water with a waterbrush for more interest.  


I then started coloring the mushroom tops from the Mushroom Border dies with copic markers with the same color palette I choose at the beginning some yellow/orange and purple/pinks I adhere them with Glossy Accents,  I set those aside and started coloring the ohh so cute Lawn Fawn Oh Gnome set with copics too.


To finish my card I ink blend the background with Oxide Inks in colors Picked Rasberry and a little of Seedless Preserves I added a little water splashes too.   I stamped the sentiment at the top with Versafine Onyx Black.  I put some shimmer on the mushrooms with Spectrum Noar Pens (but is so hard to pick it up on camera) I will try to share more on my Instagram.



Thank you so much for stopping by and spending some time with me today!!! Don´t forget to stop by the SHOP to find your favorite brands and shop shop shop!!!

Have an Amazing Day!!!





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