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Wild Birthday Wishes with Avery Elle Stamps by Beata

Hi crafty friends!  It's Beata June here.  Today I'm sharing this wild birthday wishes slimline card I made featuring stamps from the Avery Elle peek-a-boo series!

To make this card, I used the following Avery Elle stamp sets:

Avery Elle Peek-a-Boo Flight stamp set
Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Christmas Train stamp set
Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Pals stamp set
Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Coaster stamp set
Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Pets stamp set
Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Jungle stamp set

First, I stamped the airplane from the Avery Elle Peek-a-Boo Flight stamp set and the train and train car from the Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Christmas Train stamp set onto white cardstock and colored them with blue and pink colored copic markers, and cut them out.  

For my critters, I used the monkey and koala from the Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Pals stamp set, and the owl from the Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Coaster stamp set, colored them with copics, and cut them out.

Next, I made my background by cutting a stitched slimline panel from white cardstock, and blending Kitsch Flamingo distress oxide ink onto the card panel for the sky.  For the grass, I blended Twisted Citron distress oxide using the Waffle Flower Grass Scene Stencil.  Then I splattered my background with water, and white, pink and green paint.

Once my background was finished, I glued on my colored airplane, train, train car, and critters using a Lawn Fawn glue tube.  Then I stamped and colored some clouds from the Avery Elle Peek-a-Boo Flight stamp set, and glued them onto my sky.

For my sentiments, I stamped the "it's your birthday" speech bubble from the Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Pets stamp set and glued it above my monkey in the train.  Then I stamped the "wild birthday wishes" sentiment from the Avery Elle Peek-A-Boo Jungle stamp set to the left side of my grass below the airplane. 

To finish my card, I mounted the card panel onto a piece of black cardstock leaving a 1/8" border, and then mounted that onto my card base, and added highlights to my colored images with a Sakura white jelly roll pen.

I love the Avery Elle peek-a-boo line and how you can mix and match all the stamps in the sets to create new scenes! And the critters are oh so cute!!!

Thanks for reading along friends!

Crafty hugs,
Beata June 💚💚

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