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Mothers Day Bri Moodboard Inspiration

Hello crafty friends! Davina here on the blog with fun Mothers Day card I created using some wonderfully  tropical products in the shop, and the May BRI Moodboard colors. All of the items I used are in stock at the Butterfly Reflections Ink website. 


Once again Amanda had gifted us a beautiful Moodboard to inspire our creativity. Rose Water, Aurora Magenta, Marine Green, and Tropic Canary. The jewel tones of this months colors scream tropics to me, so I made a tropical scene. That amazing
Fantastic Fronds  slimline cover plate is from Trinity Stamps, and I only used one, small yet mighty, cute stamp set from Pretty Pink Posh called Tropical Toucans


I used some heavy weight cardstock to make my slimline base for my card. Next, I cut the 4 inch remaining piece of cardstock with my Fantastic Fronds  slimline coverplate. On a piece of 3.5 X 8.5 Bristol Smooth Cardstock I blended Lucky Clover, Mowed Lawn, and Twisted Citron Distress oxide inks. I gave them a little splatter with clean water, white ink, and green ink then put aside to dry. 


I stamped the adorable images from Tropical Toucans onto Neenah classic crest cardstock and colored with copic markers. After diecutting with the Tropical Toucans coordinating dies, I added small white dot highlights. I adhered the white die cut fronds on top of my inkblended panel, then arranged the branches and toucans on top. I decided to pop the toucans up with some die cut fun foam. 


For my sentiment, I used an older Lawn Fawn Scripty Mom Lawn Cuts die that I cut 4 times from cardstock. I used a piece of magenta cardstock that I had in my scrap bin for the top piece. Then I used a little sentiment strip from Toucan Do It, that I stamped onto a small banner with citron colored ink. I topped “mom” with a foam popped toucan and surrounded it with small flowers from the Tropical Toucans set. 

I finished this up with a few gold and iridescent sequins, and an inner sentiment that says “Happy Mothers Day!” I hope this jewel tones cutie inspires you to play along with the May color challenge for your chance to win $20 to the shop! Just use all 4 colors and the hashtag #brimoodboard 

Thank you for stopping by, Davina

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