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Fa La La

 Hello, Friends! It's Allison here, and I'm excited to be back on the Butterfly Reflections, Ink blog today. I am sharing this cute slimline card featuring some of the Peek-a-Boo animals from Avery Elle. Everything used on this card can be found in the online shop.

This card was really fun to make and pretty straightforward. I started with a panel of white card stock and blended Distress Oxide Inks in the following colors: Prize Ribbon, Blueprint Sketch and Black Soot. I created the snowy background with a white gel pen. I then cut a panel of white card stock using the Slimline Stitched Square Trio Die-namics from My Favorite Things

I stamped three of the animals from the Polar Bear Peek-a-Boo Pals stamp set, colored them with Copic markers and fussy cut them out. I did use masking to stamp the scarf on the bear instead of having the scarf be a separate element. 

I trimmed the window panel down so that it was even on all sides, and then I created a blue slimline card base with a 1/4" border all the way around. I positioned the animals where I wanted them and then adhered them directly to the snowy background. I adhered the window panel on top, and then I attached the animals feet, hooves, and flippers. The Fa La La words at the top of the card come from the Mix & Match Holiday Sentiments stamp set from Concord & 9th. I cut the words out using the matching die. The sentiment at the bottom comes from the Easy Xmas Greetings stamp set from Mama Elephant. There is a matching die for this set as well.

I did add a few finishing touches that you can't really see in photos - a black glaze pen for the eyes and noses and Nuvo Crystal Glaze for Rudolph's nose. I love how this card turned out and can see how addictive these Peek-a-Boo animals could get...because of course I want more now!

Thanks so much for joining me today, and make sure to check out all the goodies that Vanessa has in the online shop!

- Allison Frazier


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