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Happy Birthday Party Animal!

 

Hello friends! Gladys here and I'm excited to be back on the Butterfly Reflections Ink blog to share another card I made. I combined a lot of products from Mama Elephant so I hope you like it!


I started off coloring the Stackable Cuties and Stackable Friends stamp set using copic markers. I cut them out using their coordinating dies. These sets have various animals you can find in the jungle and on a farm, it even has a unicorn!! For this card I decided to use only the pet animals from each set. I had an idea to use the Ornate House grid as a barn house. To make it look like a barn I cut it out using Lawn Fawn woodgrain cardstock and inked the edges using distress oxide in ground espresso. I cut the house again in Neenah 80lb cardstock and inked the cutouts in distress oxide dried marigold. I adhered the house on a blue cardstock then cut out grass to ground a few of the animals. I foam mounted each of the animals into the window cutouts. 

I stamped the sentiment from the Stackable Friends set along the long strip in the middle of the house. Since this is a birthday card I added a few birthday decorative elements. I added party hats to some of the animals. The banner is from Sentiments from a Yeti and the balloons are from Big News.  

I had so much fun creating this card and I hope it inspires you to use your die in a different way. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!!

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