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Birthday Dragon Slider Card

Hi crafty friends! It's Jenn and I am so excited and grateful to be back again designing for Butterfly Reflections Ink this term! Shameless plug for the store and Vanessa: I love how BRI carries SO. MANY. crafty brands and that Vanessa has been working her heart out through thick and thin... especially right now as she is working on regaining her health! So please remember Vanessa and check out BRI for all your crafty needs!

Okay, onto my card for today! I love it when a new product is super versatile and can go with many of my already loved sets like the Mama Elephant In the Clouds cover die that was released back in May. I immediately thought of all the balloon/flying/airplane type of sets that I have that would work well with this cover die. **Add to cart!** 😂 

I used distress oxides to ink up the sky (tumbled glass) and the MFT Ray of Light stencil for the sunburst (distress oxides: squeezed lemonade, dried marigold). Then I splattered broken china distress ink to create a bit more interest. 

For the images, I used Mama Elephant Me and My Dragon and colored up the images with Copic markers and white gel pen accents. To create a birthday dragon, I did some masking with a party hat from Mama Elephant Carnival Toppers and a present from Oh Kitty Tree. Then I fussy cut the images since I did some masking. The sentiment is from Mama Elephant Iconic Ornament stamped with Lawn Fawn rainforest ink. Love that teal color!

To create the slider, I used a penny, foam tape and squares, and Lawn Fawn Slide On Over dies

Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy crafting! 💖Jenn 


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