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Cuteness Overload!!!

Hello Crafty Friends Waleska here from craftinglove super happy to be sharing with you another post for Butterfly Reflections Ink blog.  Who doesn't think this two Heffy Doodle robots in love are the cutest? I love them!!! For my card today I was inspired on the colors of the March Mood Board I hope you like it!



CARD DETAILS:

I started by choosing my colors to match the mood board, (that is actually always my first step.) 
I then started ink bleding the front panel with Trinity Stamps Blending Buddies with Oxide Inks in colors: Squeezed Lemonade and Spun Sugar.  Then I ink blend the Heffy Doodle Love Circuit Stencil  with Blueprint Sketch Oxide Ink and for some sparkle and fun I also added Nuvo Glimmer Paste,   There are so many beautiful colors of this paste you can add shine in many different colors.




I set the card front aside to dry and started coloring my cute robots from the  Bots of Love stamp set with copic markers in the same color combo, I hand cut them and adhere them to the front panel as well as a heart from the set.



Check out all the beautiful shine!



I finally adhere this panel to a Hero Hues Nautical Cardstock card base and did the sentiment with the same color with White Embossing Powder.



Thank you so much for stopping by and spending some time with me today!!! Don´t forget to stop by the SHOP to find your favorite brands and shop shop shop!!!

Have an Amazing Day!!!


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