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Sending Hugs


Hi Friends!  I'm back sharing more mood board inspiration using a mix of products from Avery Elle.  I pulled out my "stash" and decided to use some products that had been sitting in my craft room for quite a long time.  Do you raid your "stash" from time to time and use your older stamps and dies on cards? 



To start this card, I ink blended a background using distress oxide inks evergreen bough, peacock feathers and antique linen.  The panel was splattered with water and left to dry.

Next, lavender cardstock was cut using the Cloud mat die.  A few of the cloud pieces were inked in green to look like foliage and the rest were inked in purple.  Next, a piece of white cardstock was used to cut the wonky square frame.  Woodgrain backdrop stamp used to stamp a piece of brown cardstock to create the "log," I used the Avery elements dot border die set to add a dotted pattern to the top of the log.

 I stamped the image from Polar peek-a-boo pals stamp using memento tuxedo ink in rich cocoa and colored it using copics.  The image was cut using the coordinating die.  White gel pen used for accents on the images.


Sentiment is from the Sending you stamp set by Avery Elle.  I white heat embossed it before adhering the rest of the elements.  Foam tape used to prop up the white frame, log and bear.  The rest of the card elements were adhered using liquid glue.  The front panel was adhered to a piece of violet cardstock and then adhered to a white A2 cardbase.  


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Hoping you will join the June mood board challenge this month.  Be sure to tag us on instagram #BRImoodboard and link to Davina's blog to win a $20 gift certificate to Butterfly Reflections Ink. 

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