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BRI Moodboard Inspiration with Davina

Hello crafty friends! Davina here with an interactive card using the April BRI Moodboard colors. I used tons of Lawn Fawn Goodies including the new Swish N Pop Pulltab die to make this shooting star shoot across the violet sky. 

I don’t use my segmented frame dies as often as I’d like to, yet I continue purchasing them from multiple companies. So for this fun card I not only used my Peek A Boo Background frame, but I also designed a way to hide the pull tab mechanism on the lower half of the card, while leaving the upper segments intact. 

I began by cutting the background frame die from textured white cardstock, then I cut two A2 sized panels from Bristol Smooth Cardstock. I inkblended one panel from light blue to a soft violet, then splattered with water, perfect pearls, and gold ink. I cut a strip of citrus colored cardstock with the Grassy Hillside Border Dies for the bottom segments, and inked a darker Mowed Lawn Distress Oxides onto the grass. 

I stamped the unicorns and clouds from two sets, A Little Sparkle and Unicorn Picnic. I also stamped some images from Super star and Hay There. I colored everything with copic markers in the colors from the April Bri Moodboard and cut out with the coordinating dies.  

Before assembling any scenes, I cut my inkblended panel in half lengthwise where the stitched frame would cover. I adhered the grass to the lower half of my inky panel, then I adhered that bottom half behind my frame. On the second un-inked A2 panel, I assembled my pull tab following the LawnFawn YouTube video. After playing with the mechanism I decided on the 2nd hole from the right. I carefully adhered my violet sky piece on that panel, under the swinging arm. 

I carefully added narrow extra deep Heffy Doodle foam Tape, which is the best for interactive cards, as it is deeper than normal foam tape. It doesn’t require doubling up and comes in two widths. I taped all around the card except where the tab would extend. 

Finally I adhered the cloudy images behind the frame before lining it up and carefully putting the frame on top of the tape.  I glued down my cute critters and additional images before finishing it off with a few stars that wouldn’t interfere with the shooting star. 

Thank you for stopping by, I hope you play along with the spring April color challenge, there is still a week to enter your project for a chance to win on IG @brimoodboardchallenge account.



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