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Hello crafty friends! Davina here on the blog with an Easter filled slimline card featuring the new Doodlebug Collection Hippity Hoppity. I’m a longtime fan of Doodlebug Designs, and don’t use them nearly as much as I want to. This cute card has the adorable bunnies racing to the egg hunt. I used the March BRI Moodboard colors as inspiration for my color choices, although I did have to add some orange for the carrot car. 

I began this creating the card by stamping almost every image from Hippity Hoppity. I also pulled out a few additional sets for additional tree shapes. I used Winter Wonderland  Forest Friends, and Pumpkin Spice Forest Friends for the tree as well the bees and ladybug. I colored everything up using my copic markers and color combos the match the BRI Moodboard, then cut  the images using the coordinating dies. 

To build my scene I cut two paper layers (white Bristol smooth & grassy green colored cardstock)  using Lawn Fawn Small Slimline with Left the Flaps. I cut the green paper into two pieces using some Lawn Fawn Grassy Hillside Borders. I inked the edges of my grassy hillsides with Ranger Rustic Wilderness Distress Oxide Ink. Then I made a cloudy pink sky using the Lawn Fawn Cloudy Stencil and Ranger Tattered Rose Distress Oxide Ink. I went with the more rose colored ink since I used the orange for the carrot card. In this way, I tried to incorporate the color so it didn’t stick out. 


I adhered my images using a variety of glues and even popped several images (carrot racer & bees) up onto fun foam, for a fun 3D effect. Once assembled I used my glittery Wink of Stella pen to add some sparkle to the bugs and flower centers. I mounted this image panel onto a yellow striped piece of Doodlebug pattern paper, then onto a bright white layer that I cut with the largest Lawn Fawn Slimline with Sliders Die. I love having the stitched details on all of my layers so I take the extra time to make sure that I use the stitched dies for all of my layers. 


Thank you for stopping by and I hope to see your cards using color inspiration from the monthly Moodboard. Each month we select a random winner to receive $20 to the Butterfly Reflection Ink shop. Simply share your card using the hashtag #brimoodboard for your chance to win 

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