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You Make Me Smile

Hello everyone! It's Ashley with a sweet card inspired by this month's mood board! I just love this color palette! It reminds me of fruity sherbet - yum!

I started by making a Distress Oxide blended background with the featured colors. I used Worn Lipstick, Tattered RoseMustard Seed, and Cracked Pistachio. It ended up a bit more intense than I was hoping for, so I softened it by adding a piece of vellum die cut with Lawn Fawn Outside In Stitched Stackables on top. 

I grabbed several Hello Bluebird sets and stamped the images I wanted in my favorite black ink, Lawn Fawn Jet Black. I used the amazing flowers in Fairy Garden, some critters from Garden Friends, and the adorable mice are from the new Field Mice set. I colored them in with my Copics, mostly with colors as close as I could get to the mood board color palette, and added a few white gel pen highlights. 

I finished the card with a sentiment from Hello Bluebird Rainbow Script stamped with black StazOn. I added gems from Pretty Pink Posh in Pink Blush, Buttercream, and Aquamarine with the Lawn Fawn Glue Tube. I seriously love this glue for adhering little bits - the tiny applicator is awesome!

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed my card and maybe give the mood board a try! Have a wonderful day!


  1. Beautiful blending, love those colours together. The vellum always makes a huge difference!


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