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Birthday Wishes!

Happy Sunday!  I'm sharing this cute Birthday shaker card with color inspiration from the March BRI mood board. 

To start, I ink blended the background using distress oxide ink colors in chipped sapphire and faded jeans on Bristol smooth cardstock.  Then the panel was splattered with gold acrylic paint and left to dry.  Using sunflower cardstock, I cut the stars using outside in stitched star stackable and stitched star stackable frames.  I stacked the two largest stars and used foam tape around the edges to create a shaker.  The shaker was filled using several different sequins I had in my stash.  
On a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock, I stamped and colored the fairies from fairy friends and a little sparkle using zig clean color brush pens.  The images were cut using the coordinating dies.  White gel pen was added for accents.

I used the scripty words "wishes" and cut it from blue sparkle paper.  The Birthday sentiment was stamped and white heat embossed on blue scrap paper.  
To assemble the card, the back ink blended starry sky was cut using the outside in stitched rectangle frame die.  Then the other elements were glued and foam mounted to create a scene.  The entire panel was then glued to an A2 size piece of ballet slipper cardstock.  

Thanks for stopping by today!  Hope you all play along with the March BRI mood board.  Be sure to tag #BRImoodboard on instagram and share on Facebook!  Hop over to Davina's blog and enter your creation for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to shop at Butterfly Reflections Ink!  


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