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Have a Mice Valentine's Day!

Hey crafty friends!

It’s Julia here with with a Valentine’s Day card! For this one I used the adorable mice from Lawn Fawn’s Crazy Antics, Dandy Day and Really High Five as well as the How you Bean jar and the Hearts Add-On!

First I stamped my images onto Neenah Solar White cardstock and colored them in using Copic Markers. The hearts are from the Special Delivery Box Add- On and the Winter Village stamp sets and the fishing pole is from Beary Happy Holidays.


I die cut two cloud borders and a few puffy clouds out of white cardstock. After that I ink blended Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Seedless Preserves and a tiny bit of Black Soot Distress Oxide onto a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock. I also added lots of splatters of Liquid Stardust for extra shine. Then, I added a tiny bit of Spun Sugar Oxide on the edges of the clouds.

I stamped the sentiment from the How You Bean Heart Add-On with Seedless Preserves onto the lowest cloud border. Then, I added the cloud borders, individual clouds and of course my jar of hearts to the background with liquid glue. My mice were added with foam squares and then I just added the remaining smaller hearts.


Finally, to add even more sparkle, I added lots and lots of
shimmer pen!

If you want to see how this card came together you can click on the video below!


I just love the little guy that is fishing for hearts and of course the cutie on the right that is blowing hearts! I seriously can’t get enough of the mice! They are so versatile for any occasion and just add sooo much cuteness, right?

Thank you so much for joining me today and I hope you have a wonderful day!

Julia

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