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Hello friends! It's Ashley back again for another guest post for Butterfly Reflections Ink! Have you seen the new Heffy Doodle release yet? It's incredible! I just had to use some of it for my post today! I made a cute beachy birthday card that is sure to bring some smiles!


I started by die cutting a piece of white cardstock into sections for the sky, water, and sand using Heffy Doodle Stitched Slopey Joes and the new Heffy Doodle Breaking Waves dies. I then ink blended each piece with Distress Oxide inks. For the sky, I used Tumbled Glass, the water is Tumbled Glass and Mermaid Lagoon, and the sand is Antique Linen. I added some dots with Copic markers to the sand for texture, then used a wonky rectangle die to add a border to the ink blended pieces. I attached the pieces to a wavy patterned paper background from Sunny Studio Summer Splash.


I stamped several images in Memento Tuxedo Black and colored them with Copic markers. I used:

I added a few white gel pen highlights to the images, then attached them to my card, popping a few up with foam tape for dimension.


I stamped the sentiment from Heffy Doodle A Little Shellfish in Memento Tuxedo Black. I finished with a few Pretty Pink Posh Aquamarine jewels for sparkle.

I love how all of these sets came together for such a cute scene! The new Heffy Doodle release is up in the shop now, so make sure to grab these cuties while you can!


Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!




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