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Moodboard inspiration with Reverse Confetti Enchanted Garden by Beata

Hello crafty friends! It's Beata June here.  Today I'm sharing this Enchanted Garden card inspired by this month's brimoodboard.


I colored up the cute garden fairies, butterflies, ladybugs, mushrooms and tree I stamped from the Reverse Confetti Enchanted Garden stamp set with copic markers using the honeydew, robins egg, passion fruit and violet colors from the moodboard for inspiration.  For my background, I blended Mermaid Lagoon distress oxide ink onto white cardstock and splattered with green and white paint.  I cut out a grassy hillside from white card stock using the Lawn Fawn Simple Stitched Hillside Borders Lawn Cuts die, blended the hillside with Twisted Citron distress oxide ink, and glued it onto my blue blended background with a Lawn Fawn glue tube.  Then I cut out my colored images (coordinating die for the Enchanted Garden stamp set available here) and glued them to my card panel.  Next, I mounted my card panel onto a piece of black cardstock and cut the cardstock to leave a 1/8" border around my card panel, and then mounted that onto my cardbase.  Finally, I added white highlights with a Sakura white glaze jelly roll pen.

I love these bright spring colors from this month's moodboard!  Remember to use the hashtag #brimoodboard on instagram to enter the challenge for your chance to receive a $20 credit to the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop.
Can't wait to see all of your gorgeous and fun entries for this month's challenge!

Crafty hugs,
Beata June 💚💚


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