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Rain or shine Hello Bluebird

Hi everyone!! Here Laura, today I show you this card made with the clear Stamps " Rain or shine " of Hello Bluebird . Around here these days it has rained a lot so I prepared this card full of color!!  I first stamped the animals with Archival ink black and then painted them with Copic markers. The details are made with Micronpigma and gel white pen!  😉 For the background I used the " Partly cloudy die " of Hello Bluebird but I removed the structure (which I used on another card😃) and I kept the clouds, which I colored with the distress oxide inks .  To finish, I placed some raised raindrops and the sentiment is made with a Lawn Fawn paper. I hope you like it! Remember that you can find all these products and many more in the Butterflyreflectionink store !!  Thanks for your attention and see you next week with another post!
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