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Rawrsome Platform Pop-Up

Hello friends! Tammy here with a fun Lawn Fawn pop-up card, inspired by the gorgeous March mood board! The purples, olive, and fir green make for a beautiful color combination for these adorable prehistoric cuties!



To begin, I stamped, colored with Copic markers, and die cut the images from the following sets:


Copic Colors:
Purples: V09, V15, V12, V01, V000
Olive: YG97, YG95, YG93, YG21
Dark Green: G28, G17, G14
Browns: E44, E43, E42, E41/ E29, E25, E23, E31


Next, I die cut Bristol smooth cardstock using the new Platform Pop-Up die. I inked the grassy borders and the base of the platform with Twisted Citron and Rustic Wilderness Distress Oxide ink, then assembled the platform box. I then die cut the Platform Pop-Up Add-On  from Bristol cardstock, ink blended it with Dusty Concord and Milled Lavender Distress Oxide inks, and attached to the platform base.


I arranged the colored image and attached them using foam tape on some, for both dimension and sturdiness. The pterodactyl was attached using a strip of acetate to give the appearance of him flying above the little scene. Next, I added some purple striped paper from the Flower Market 6X6 Paper pack to the platform base. To complete my card, I stamped the sentiment from Rawrsome in black ink onto a white die cut rectangle and attached it to a rectangle cut from Purple Textured Canvas cardstock.


Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope I inspired you to create something using the March Mood Board!
Don't forget to share your projects to #brimoodboardchallenge for a chance to win a $20 voucher to the Butterfly Reflections Ink store!
Big hugs,
Tammy




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