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Unicorn Candyland Valentine's Card

 Hi everyone! Peggy here for more Valentine's inspiration! Today I am showing you a combination of Lawn Fawn and Heffy Doodle stamp sets, they just match so well!

I recently got my very first Heffy Doodle set called Sweet Stuff and I already know this is a brand that could become a new addiction for me. The macaron and cake pop in the set reminded me of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, so I made a candy land out of it for these unicorns to run around in!

I started by stamping my images in Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink from the Heffy Doodle Sweet Stuff, and Lawn Fawn All the Clouds, Unicorn Picnic and A Little Sparkle. I colored them with my copic markers and added some highlights using a white jelly roll pen.

I cut two identical panels from white cardstock using Lawn Fawn Outside In Stitched Rectangle Stackables. The first panel forms the background, which I distressed with Picked Raspberry and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide inks. The second panel I cut into cloudy borders using the Stitched Cloud Edges Die-Namics from MFT. Using the same die I cut a layer of vellum to overlay the distress ink background to create a very soft look. I stamped the sentiment on the top cloud with Jet Black and Picked Raspberry Ink. Lastly I adhered everything and finished the card with some Nuvo Crystal Dimensional Glaze.

I hope you have a very sweet Valentine's day and I will see you next week with a moodboard (@brimoodboardchallenge) inspired card!

Long distance hugs!


Peggy

(Come say hi on Instagram @peggyemmerink)



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