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Squirrel!!! MFT Wild Woodland Birthday card

Hi again!  It’s Jacquie, back with another fun project for Butterfly Reflections Ink!  
Today’s card is a fun scene card I made.  When I saw this adorable Wild Woodland set from My Favorite Things, I knew I had to have it.

The first thing I did was stamp the squirrel and the acorn multiple times using Altenew Permanent Black Crisp Ink.  In the end, I think I stamped up 30 acorns, but did not use all of them. I chose fun, non-traditional colors for my acorns.  I wanted my squirrel to be carrying a pile of them! I colored them using Copic markers and cut them all out.
For my background I colored a piece of Tim Holtz watercolor paper using Distress Inks - Mowed lawn and Peacock Feathers. (PSST!!! These colors are on SALE!)  
After the background was dry, I die cut the piece using the Avery Elle Wonky Stitches Elements Die.  I then stamped the greeting with Versamark and heat embossed with Altenew Pure White Crisp embossing powder.


I added the squirrel and then carefully placed all the acorns in a pile.  I probably arranged them 5 or 6 times until I got them the way I wanted them.
After I glued everything down using Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue, and Scotch foam tape, I added some details using a Gelly Roll white pen and of course some sparkle with the Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens.



That’s it for today, hope this card makes you smile!
Peace,
Jacquie

Comments

  1. That is soooo cute. And I love the symbolism...juggling so many things in life that I seem to miss events like birthdays. I didn't send my brother a card because time just got away.

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  2. Lol......What a nutty cards :) In all seriousness it's wonderful. So cute!

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  3. Oh my goodness this is ever so adorable !!!

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  4. What a great job you did with this cute card. Your colors are really good.

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  5. That's a great card ! The watercolor background is stunning and these acorns are so fun. Well played !!

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  6. This is a really fun card. I love the vibrant colors!

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