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Pumpkin Patch with Davina

 Hello friends! Davina here, on the blog, with an exciting interactive card to share. My project is another fun example of the beautiful September Moodboard and a mashup between Lawn Fawn & Reverse Confetti products.  

I really love the way these beautiful colors come together. I’ve used them several times this month, in both soft and bold versions, and with stunning results each time. I wanted to use glittery gold cardstock for this camera die and love that I found a curry cardstock, is my stash, that was very similar in tone to pair up with it. 


As usual, all of the products used are available on the Butterfly Reflections Ink website. And I will provide links through this post for all of the products.  

I started by building my camera using the newer Lawn Fawn Magic Iris Camera Die Add On and the Camera Pull Tab Add On dies. I cut the camera 3 times from curry cardstock, glitter gold cardstock, and a Blush striped patterned paper in my stash, trimming off just the stitched strip. I used the circular lens die from the pull tab set to cut the glittery gold, blush pink, and adhesive backed fun foam. 

Next, I assembled the camera. I used LF Glue Tube to glue the gold paper to the curry cardstock.  Then I adhered the blush strip to the front after inkblending a little Tattered Rose Distress Oxide Ink to the edges. I insert the blush cardstock circle into the center of the camera lens and secured with Scotch tape from behind. I sandwiched an acetate circle between the foam stitched lens circle, and the gold circle to create a mini shaker element. Before adding the shaker components to the card, I used the short slot die on the top of the camera for the photo to pull out of. 


Then, I added some small flat sequins onto the pink circle before topping off with the foam circle, completing the small shaker element. I added a few other details to the camera face, like the push tab, and the flash with more liquid glue. 

Now for some coloring! I stamped my super cute images from the new Reverse Confetti set Pick of the Patch set using LF Crunchy Leaf brown ink, and copic colored in shades from the Moodboard. I die cut the images using the coordinating die set, and added small highlights to the images. For the Polaroid, I die cut the frame and tabs, then cut a smaller piece of cardstock that I masked and stamped a single layer scene onto. After coloring, I attached the frame over the top and assembled the pull tab as shown in the LF instructional video for the new camera pull tab. 


I mounted the interactive camera onto my blue and yellow card panel, then adhered my images all over to create the pumpkin patch. I really love how this turned out, and I’ve been playing with it non stop. The brown ink really works well with this color board. There’s still a couple weeks for you to use this color board and link your card into the color challenge on my blog, for your chance to win a $20 gift certificate to the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop. 

Thank you for stopping by,

Davina 




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