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Bring on the Merry!

Happy Tuesday!  Today I'm sharing this festive holiday card using stamps and dies from Hello Bluebird!  I love creating little scenes and these stamp and die sets from Hello Bluebird are so versatile.  You can easily mix and match old and new sets to create new scenes.  

To start, an A2 size piece of Bristol smooth cardstock was cut using the snowy sky scene die.  Then using all that jazz and aquatini inks, I ink blended the top panel with a blender brush.  Then using the aquatini ink, I lightly ink blended the top section of the remaining two panels to suggest shadows.  Then the top panel was glued to an A2 size of heavy weight cardstock.   The two other panels were foam mounted to the panel.  White glaze pen was added to the edges to suggest ice/snow.  

Images from North Pole littles were stamped using black ink and colored using copic markers.  White gel pen was used to add accents.  The images were then cut using the coordinating dies and adhered to the card panel using liquid glue.  Black glaze pen was added to the nose and eyes for a glossy effect.

To finish the card, the sentiment was stamped on a piece of white cardstock using Versafine ink and clear heat embossed.  Sentiment was cut using scissors and then foam mounted to the card front.  The entire panel was then mounted to an A2 card base.

Hope you enjoyed this card!  And I hope you have a very Happy Thanksgiving!  Make sure to check out Butterfly Reflections Ink Friday for a very special Black Friday treat!    


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