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Dim sum-body say it's your birthday?

Hello crafty friends and welcome back to the Butterfly Reflections Ink blog!!!
Today it's my turn to keep you company and I decided to do it with this happy card featuring a bunch of Mama Elephant products.

I started by stamping images from "Zodiac Dragon" and "Dim Sum Fun" stamp sets with LDRS raven ink, I colored them with alcohol markers and I fussy cut them.
I then die cut two panels using the "Hexastar" die, one from white cardstock and one from Lawn Fawn kraft cardstock.

I ink blended the white one with fossilized amber, carved pumpkin and ripe parsimon Distress Oxide inks, I splattered with clean water and loosened fired brick ink and I added a golden touch with some drops of Indian gold Nuvo mousse.
I then used the hexagon die from the "Hexastar" set to die cut a window in the kraft cardstock panel, I distressed the edges with vintage photo Oxide ink and I splattered with mowed lawn and fired brick Distress Oxide inks loosened with water.

I built up my scene using both liquid glue and foam squares and I added some Trinity Stamps sparkling confetti here and there.
Here are some close-ups.

I really had so much fun making this card and rediscover an old stamp set.
Thank you so much for stopping by and spending some time with me.
I wish you a wonderful day. Hugs, Silvia.


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