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November mood board inspiration with Jane


 Hi Friends!  I'm back again sharing some mood board inspiration for you!  Check out the beautiful colors on this month's mood board.  

Honestly, I struggled with this one a bit.  These colors represent a tetradic color scheme, and are often difficult to put together without becoming overwhelming.  I choose to find balance by using an equal amount of each color on my card.  Everything was bound together by using gold highlights, since gold seemed to fit in nicely with each color on the mood board.  

To start, I masked off an A2 size of Bristol smooth cardstock on top and bottom using post-it tape.  Next, I ink blended the following distress oxide inks (left to right): mustard seed, abandoned coral, evergreen bough, wilted violet.  Next, I used the happy trails stencil by simple stories to ink in the forest background.  Distress Inks used from left to right: fossilized amber, picked raspberry, lucky clover and seedless preserves.  Then, I removed the mask and adhered a small strip of American crafts gold glitter cardstock at the top and bottom of the panel.  Sentiment from forest feast stamp set was white heat embossed at the center of my card with help from my mini Misti.


Next, I stamped the images using black copic friendly ink onto Neehah 110lb cardstock.  Images are from the following sets: forest feast (food), let's go nuts (leaves), mom and me (tree stump), crazy antics (mice).  

All images were colored using the following copics:

Mice: E31, E30, E000, R20 on checks

Dinnerware: V06, V05, RV63

Leaves: R24, R14, R02, Y19, Y06, G19, BG23, G02

The images were cut using the coordinating dies and adhered using foam tape.  Next, I used a quickie glue pen to add small dots to the scene behind the mice and to the heart on the tree stump.  Gold deco foil was then pressed down on the tacky glue to create the gold dots and heart.  The frame was cut using the largest reverse stitched scalloped rectangle frames from white cardstock and adhered using foam tape.  The entire card was glued to an A2 card base, and that completes the card!



Thank you so much for stopping by today!  Wishing you and your family a very happy thanksgiving!  Be sure to tag us at #BRImoodboard and upload your creations to Davina's blog for a chance to win $20 to the Butterfly Reflections Ink store!


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