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Fairy Dance using the Oct. Mood Board

Hello my Inky friends! Davina here sharing a slimline card I made using the Fairy Dance from Hello Bluebird. I purchased so many products from this release and have been hoarding them unused, without as much crafting time as I would enjoy. I’m so happy to finally pull some of them out, and get to use them, before it is full on winter cards. I combined these cute images with The Fairy Glade Verticals  slimline background die, and the bold and vibrant October Mood Board.

I stamped the images and copic colored them using deep berries, sunflower yellow, pumpkin orange and a combination of greens from olive to moss. After die cutting them using the coordinating dies, I added glittery Spectrum Noir Sparkle Overlay to the wings and insects. Then I added some small white dot highlights. 

I cut the background out of bristle smooth cardstock and a second panel, trimmed to the inner size of the background die (3 1/8th X 8 1/8th), because I didn’t want to use the skinny frame. I always struggle trying recreate those puzzles and get mad when I can see the little areas where they didn’t matchup perfectly. Using a variety of Distress Oxide Inks I inked the individual pieces and added a very small amount of copic detailing to some of the pieces. I created an evening sky using seedless preserves, picked raspberry, dried marigold, and scattered straw. I splattered it with water and a little puddle of the glittery spectrum noir ink. 

I reassembled the die cut pieces onto my panel and popped the short front grass up on foam tape. Then I added my stamped images to the scene and popped my faries up with foam tape as well. I stamped a typed sentiment from the HB Leaf Play set. I added some random music notes that were laying on my desk from another project instead of getting out some sequins, then layered it all onto a scalloped layer cut from deep pomegranate cardstock. 

I love how these colors remind me of a spice market and Indian summer vibes. I found them super easy to use. I hope you play along this month, and create a project using the October Mood Board colors, and enter for your chance to win a $20 gift certificate to the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop. Just use the hashtag #brimoodboard on Instagram and/or link your project to my blog to be considered for a random drawing thank you dropping by,



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