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Mood board inspiration with Jane

 



Hi friends!  Today I'm sharing this cute mood board inspired Valentine's Day card.  Check out this month's gorgeous mood board created by Amanda!  I was inspired by the starry sky image and cool winter tones to create my card.



To start, I first stamped my images using versafine clair ink in nocturne onto Bristol smooth cardstock.  Images are from the following sets:  yeti or not (scarves and hearts), special delivery (birds), a bug deal (branch), love letters (sentiment).  The images were colored using tombow dual brush pens and a number 2 paint brush with water to soften the colors.  Colors used: 403, 291, 910, 025, 803 (birds), 723 and 761 (scarves and hearts).  White gel pen used to add accents to the images and they were cut using the coordinating dies.

To create the center sky, I swiped my stargazer ink pad on white cardstock then cut it using the star trail die (by Ellen Hutson).  The rectangle was cut using the stitched scalloped square frames die and I adhered holographic cardstock to the back of the panel for a shimmery effect!  Next, I cut two frames from white cardstock using the stitched scallop rectangle frames die and the stitched scallop square frames.  An A2 piece of Neenah white cardstock was lightly blended using ballet slipper ink.  Everything was adhered to the panel using foam tape, foam squares and glue.  Sentiment was stamped using stargazer ink and the entire card front was adhered to an A2 card base. 


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Be sure to tag us at #BRImoodboardchallenge on instagram so we can see your projects and for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Butterfly Reflections Ink!  

Happy crafting!


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