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Happy Tuesday crafty peeps! Heather here to share a fun shaker card that I created using some of my favorite things: Distress Oxide Inks, Lawn Fawn Products, and fun Shaker bits! I started this card off by stamping and coloring a few adorable Lawn Fawn sloths from the Hang in There and the Slow Down and Enjoy Stamp Sets. The sloths in both of these stamp sets work so well together! I also added the balloon, birthday present, piece of cake, and little party hat from Lawn Fawn's Party Animal Stamp Set and a few leaves from the Flutter By Stamp Set. What I love so much about Lawn Fawn Stamps is the fact that so many images and stamp sets can work together so seamlessly! I decided that I wanted to create a shaker card for these little guys and inked up a piece of Bristol paper using Twisted Citron & Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide ink. This is my favorite paper to ink blend onto. I used a 5 1/2 X 4 1/4 Stitched Rectangle die by Lawn Fawn to give a stitched feel to my card ba…
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Spooky August Mood Board

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I wanted my card to be bold and bright, but at the same time give a soft and spooky twilight feel. And I think I’ve  accomplished my goal. Using the Gallery Frame #4 Coverplate die (which follows along with my desire …

Clean-and-simple Birthday Card

Hi everyone, Amy Copeland here with a guest design post for Butterfly Reflections, Ink.  I whipped up this clean-and-simple birthday card really quickly using some awesome dies from Lawn Fawn and Hello Bluebird.  I started my card with a piece of Distress Watercolor cardstock and die cut the sentiment out with the awesome Happy Birthday die from Hello Bluebird.  I love the subtle texture the watercolor cardstock brings to the card.  I backed the "HAPPY" word with a piece of Acetate using strong 1/8 " Double-Sided Tape, then built up a channel around the word "HAPPY" with Double-Sided Foam Tape, then sprinkled Studio Katia Mint Dream Crystals inside the channel and backed it with Lawn Fawn Peacock card stock.

I then cut a piece of Lawn Fawn Raspberry card stock with the "birthday" word and inlaid it into the card front using Liquid Glue.

I then got to work on the cupcake.  I die cut all of the components using the Stitched Cupcake die set from Lawn F…

Happy Birthday!

Hello, everyone! It's Cassie here, and I'm back to share a card I made using some of my favorite products. Stencils have been my go to lately for fun and colorful backgrounds. I thought they'd be fun for today's birthday card too! Let's jump right in.

I started with the My Favorite Things stencil called Lots of Heart. Using my Blueprint Sketch and Peacock Feathers Distress Oxides, I ink blended over the stencil to get a nice gradient of color. When I was done I used some of the ink to splatter over the top of the card as well. It reminded me of water splashing :)  I had already colored in these cute images from the Sea-prise!  stamp set, which can make cards go a lot faster if you're in a pinch. I love coloring while I'm watching tv, and then I've got a stock of colored images to use of my cards. It's a win-win! I adhered them down with foam tape once the card panel was dry. Next I stamped out the 'happy' from Lawn Fawn's Happy Happy Hap…

You're the Bee's Knees

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Whisking You Happy Birthday

Hello everyone! It's Ashley today with a birthday card I made for my awesome sister-in-law! She loves the Great British Baking Show so I created this cute scene with Hello Sweetums Baking Buddies!

I started by blending Distress Oxides in Milled Lavender and Seedless Preserves for my background, then splattered with watered down gold acrylic for a bit of shine. I used My Favorite Things Wonky Stitched Rectangles to cut the blended panel and attached it to an A2 piece of Lawn Fawn Fog cardstock.

I stamped images from Hello Sweetums Baking Buddies in Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink, making extra of the mice to stack up. I colored them in Copic markers and cut them out. I just love how cute those mice look all stacked up to reach the cake! I popped up the front row of ingredients with foam tape for a bit of dimension. All the smiling faces make such a happy scene!

For the sentiment, I added the word "birthday" from Hello Sweetums Yeti Set Go to one of the Baking Buddies sentiments.…

Sunshine and Friends

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