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Happy Mother's Day - Mood Board Inspiration with Jane

 


Happy Mother's Day!  I'm sharing this colorful Mother's Day card using a bunch of Lawn Fawn sets which can be purchased at Butterfly Reflections Ink!  Inspiration comes from the May mood board (below).  The phrase "Mama" is really is dear to me, as my three year old daughter calls me Mama.  I hope this card inspires you to use the mood board colors this month!



To create this card, I first ink blended a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock using the following distress oxide inks (top to bottom): picked raspberry, kitsch flamingo, abandoned coral, scattered straw, twisted citron and peacock feathers.  Next, I used the large stitched rectangle die to cut the panel.  The bottom of the panel was then cut using the stitched simple wavy borders.  Next, the top portion was again die cut using the stitched cloudy backdrop die and splatted with some water.  Then, I adhered the bottom "water" portion to an A2 piece of white cardstock using liquid glue.  The top part of the card was adhered down using foam tape to create dimension.  



Next, I stamped images from the following stamp sets using versafine clair ink in nocturne

Conversation heart add-on

Oh Gnome!

How you Bean?

Toadally Awesome

The images were colored using Zig Clean Color Brush Markers and cut using the coordinating dies.  I added white accents with a gel pen.  Next, I stamped and cut the jar shaker using the how you bean shaker add-on die set.  Acetate was adhered to the front and foam tape applied to the edges to create a shaker.  I filled the shaker with some pink glitter and iridescent confetti.  All the images were then adhered using liquid glue and foam tape.

Lastly, I cut out the letters using Finley's ABC die from Sticky Note cardstock.  Thin foam tape used to adhere the letters with the help of a T-square ruler.  The entire card front was adhered to an A2 white card base using double sided tape and that completes the card!



Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Hope you all have a wonderful Mother's Day!  Be sure to tag use at #BRImoodboard for your chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Butterfly Reflections Ink!  

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