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Aloha, and welcome to Butterfly Reflections Ink!
This is Tanya from Studio 5380 with a bright, happy card to share with you today:

Aren't these colors fabulous?

I created my card background with some beautiful Distress Inks in the following colors:  Picked Raspberry, Squeezed Lemonade and Carved Pumpkin.  After blending my inks with a Mini Ink Blending Tool I spritzed the background with a bit of water.

This spunky little pineapple is from the Lawn Fawn stamp set "Aloha".  I colored her with my Copic Markers then used the Aloha Lawn Cuts to die cut my image.

To give this cutie some cool shades, I inked up some white cardstock with Picked Raspberry Distress Ink before stamping the shades from the Aloha stamp set.  Die cutting the shades with the coordinating dies created that fun, hot pink edge! 

I used the Scripty Aloha Lawn Cuts die to cut out the word "aloha" 3 times and adhered the layers together before adding it to my card.  I added a little sparkle to the sentiment and pineapple with a bit of Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Marker.  And, for a finishing touch, I scattered a few sequins from the Pink Lemonade Sequin Mix by Neat and Tangled.  I adhered my sequins with some Multi Medium Matte and added a drop of Nuvo Crystal Drops in Carnation to the center of each sequin.

And, that about wraps things up for me today.
Thanks so much for stopping by today - see you soon!


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