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Heffy Doodle You Go, Gull!


Good morning, everyone!  Amy Copeland here, guest designing for Butterfly Reflections, Ink today.  I used some super cute goodies from Heffy Doodle today, primarily the adorable You Go, Gull stamp set and Coordinating dies.  I started out by ink blending Lawn Fawn Peacock ink with an ink blending brush over the Lawn Fawn Cloudy stencil.  I then die cut the panel with the largest Lawn Fawn Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frames die, then die cut two more panels with the same die out of Lawn Fawn Paper Bag and Lawn Fawn Peacock card stock.  I then used the Heffy Doodle Breaking Waves Border Dies to cut a wave out of the Peacock card stock and another die in that set to cut the sandy border out of the Paper Bag cardstock.  I cut one final frame out of Lawn Fawn Storm Cloud cardstock and set all of those pieces aside.



Next, I stamped all of my images in the You Go, Gull set and colored them in with Copic markers.  I die cut them out with the coordinating dies and then used Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive to glue the sandy piece to the wave piece, then the wave piece to the cloudy piece.  I used the same liquid adhesive to adhere my seagulls, the bottle, the sentiment, the hearts, and the buoy to my card.  I turned the panel over and just used Purple Tape to adhere my panel inside my Storm Cloud frame.


 

The final step was to adhere it onto an A2 sized card base (4 1/4" x 5.5 ") and applying Glossy Accents to the hearts.  I also used a Black Glaze Gelly Roll pen on the open eyes of the seagull to make them shiny and stand out more.  Thanks for joining me today, hope this card inspires you to create your own beachy scene card!

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