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Big News - Mama Elephant

Hello my crafty friends!! Hope everyone had a nice Easter and Passover! The easter bunny was very good to us down here in sunny Florida! Danielle here up on the fabulous BRI blog today with fun card for a dear friend featuring the new Mama Elephant Big News Stamp and Die set.


I started off ink blending a panel using Distress Ink Oxides in worn lipstick and seedless preserves.  I then used the Mama Elephant Grid Windows die with a piece of Lawn Fawn Sparkle Pixie Dust cardstock.  This is by far my favorite white sparkle cardstock!! It's hard to see in the picture but I can guarantee it's absolutely the sparkliest in person!  I adhered my die cut on top of my ink blended panel using Tombow Mono Glue. I love this glue applicator because it gives you a steady straight thin line so you have more control in tight spaces.  




I stamped all my images from the new Mama Elephant Big News stamp set using black licorice ink.  This set is super adorable and comes with so many tiny sentiments perfect for any occasion! Once all my images were stamped I colored using various comic markers.  I ran my colored images through my machine with using the coordinated dies. I attached all except the center elephant to the front of my card using Tombow Mono glue, for my center elephant I used foam adhesive. I then stamped the other tiny sentiments in this set in the squares of my grid.  


I hope you enjoyed this card and I hope the person who I'm sending it to makes them smile!! Make sure you stop by the shop to pick up this set!! And make sure you check out the awesome sale she has going on with over 3,000 items marked down to 40%!!!!
Wishing you a fabulous week!!!
xoxoxoxox





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