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Hippity Hoppity with Reverse Confetti .....

Hello !!
Mayra here with the fun post for today !
I am so excited to share this card I created !
I actually used something besides Copics to color these images in !!!
Shocking right ?! Lol, I actually used Distress Markers and inks .
I began by die cutting the base using My Favorite Things Die-Namics Stitched Rectangle Stax .
Yes ...as you can tell one of my absolute go to's for my cards is this set !!
I used one of the super cute patterned papers from the
Crate Paper Little Boy 6x6 paper pad.
 I then die cut my bunny images and flower images from the
Hippity Hoppity stamp set by Reverse Confetti .
The matching dies can be found here . I used Ranger Archival Jet Black ink to stamp out the images (trust me this worked the best with water coloring ..lol you don't want to know how many I messed up using other inks ) .
I colored the images in and set them aside while I finished the rest of the card .
I die cut the hills from the Lawn Fawn
Stitched Hillside Borders Lawn Cuts set .
Then I die cut the hello using the Reverse Confetti
Hello Confetti Cuts Die .
The scalloped base is also a die set from Neat & Tangled Scalloped Die set 
 as well as the banner with the sentiment .
I used Memento Tuxedo Black ink to stamp the sentiment.

Assembled my card and it was done !!
I truly had fun creating this one !!
I hope you enjoy my card for today !!

Hoping you all have a Blessed day ! 

Comments

  1. This is one seriously adorable card!! Love!!
    xx Ashwini

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  2. This is so gorgeous, Mayra!! The coloring is perfect!! I love the beautiful scene you've created!! What an adorable card!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. That turned out way to cute! LOVE it Mayra! Beautiful scene too

    Theresa
    Theresa’s Crafty Creations

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