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So hoppy for you! by Beata

Hi crafty friends! Beata June here.  So happy to be back on the blog today sharing this hoppy for you vertical slimline card.
Stamps and dies I used for this card:

To start things off I stamped four of the cute little frogs and four dragon flies from the Sunny Studio Feeling Froggy stamp set with onto white cardstock using my misti stamping tool and a Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad.  Next, I stamped four flowers and two lily pads from the Sunny Studio Country Scene stamp set.  Then I colored my stamped images with copic markers and cut them out. 

I wanted to have three flies in each of my panels, so I stamped 12 flies from the Sunny Studio Feeling Froggy stamp set and Sunny Studio Country Scene stamp set and cut them out.

I cut out my white postage frame from white cardstock using the Whimsy Stamps Slimline Postage die.  Then I blended each of the postage squares inside the frame to match the colors I used for the dragon flies, flowers, and lily pads (pink, yellow, blue and purple) with distress oxide inks using my Picket Fence Life Changing Blender Brushes.  I blended spun sugar and picked raspberry distress oxide inks for the pink panel, squeezed lemonade and fossilized amber distress oxide for the yellow panel, salty ocean and chipped sapphire distress oxide for the blue panel, and shaded lilac and wilted violet distress oxide for the purple panel.  

After I finished blending the postage panels, I splattered them with water/paint.  When my panels were dry, I used double sided tape to adhere my postage frame and panels onto a piece of blue cardstock.  I put one frog, one dragonfly, and 3 flies in each of my panels (except for the yellow panel which I left room to add my sentiment), mixed my lily pads and flowers between the panels, and glued them on top of my slimline postage frame and blended panels using a Lawn Fawn glue tube.  
Next, I stamped the "I'm so hoppy for you" sentiment from the Sunny Studio Feeling Froggy stamp set onto my yellow postage panel using my misti stamping tool and a Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
Then I added two more flies to my yellow panel so that I had three flies in each of my panels.  For my last step I used a white glaze jelly roll pen to add highlights to my colored images.

Here is another look at my "I'm So Hoppy for You" vertical slimline card:
Aren't these little froggies the cutest?!?

I'm so froggy hoppy 🐸 to share this this card with you all! 😆😆  Thank you for following along. I hope you like these cuties as much as I do! 

Crafty hugs,
Beata June 💚💚

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