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Hello Bootiful with Davina

Hello my Bootiful Friends! Davina here, with some October Moodboard Inspiration. I made a really fun Shaker-Slimline card using a mixture of new and old products that I hope you’ll love just as much as I do. The colors this month were very bold fall colors of a deep berry, yellow, orange, and olive green. I used a very dark palette of mostly black and accented the colors to create my project. 

I used some just released slimline stamps from Trinity stamps to create this incredible branch frame. This set All Spruced Up was just dropped yesterday, and intended for beautiful Christmas cards. But I wanted to make a spooky card, so I stamped it in black on gray cardstock. Then, after using the matching die to easily cut it out, I inked the edges of the slimline panel with Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink. I stamped a few of the pine cones and branches in black and gray to accent the top. And I love how stamping in Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide Ink showed up so well on the gray card. 


Next, I used the stand alone Hello Bootiful die from Trinity Stamps, to cut the sentiment from a deep berry colored cardstock. I die cut a Slimline Panel for the background using Trinity Stamps Stitched Panels, and inkblended it with Picked Raspberry, Seedless Preserves, and Black Soot Oxides. I splattered with water and white ink and put aside to dry. 

I stamped some ghost images and accessories using an older Lawn Fawn set called Booyah! It’s really fun and I like how large the images are. I colored everything with copic markers, using colors from the Moodboard, and die cut with the matching die set. I assembled my ghosts, and got to work creating the shaker.

I trimmed some clear acetate and adhered it under the branch layer with scor tape. Then, I used nice thick Heffy Doodle Deep Foam Tape to frame the back of the branch panel, making sure the tape wasn’t visible. I added a ton of faux candy mix atop the inky panel, and carefully put the top piece over. 

I love how dark and moody this turned out. It has such a completely different feel than my fairy card from the other week. I hope that you take the time to try this current Moodboard, and use the Hashtag #brimoodboard on Instagram to be entered to win a $20 Gift certificate to Butterfly Reflections Ink shop! 

Thank you for stopping by,

Davina 

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