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November mood board inspiration with Jane

 


Hi Friends!  I'm back sharing a mood board inspired card with you today.  This month's board features both warm and cool colors, which are sometimes difficult to incorporate into cards.  I decided to keep the leaves vibrant and warm while keeping the background on the cooler side.  I thought the contrast in color as well as the white gave the card a nice look.  What do you think?


To start, I ink blended crimson and sun kissed Altenew inks on white cardstock.  Next, I used the small stitched leaves die to cut the leaves.  Wonderful window die cut using white cardstock and stacked twice to create a dimension.  I traced the window die on a piece of white cardstock and cut it using scissors.  Next, I used emerald ink from Altenew to ink blend a soft teal behind the window.  

I masked off the bottom panel of a white card base and ink blended a plaid background using the diamond plaid stencil by Pinkfresh studio.  Altenew inks in emerald and andromeda used for the plaid background. Next, I used the simple wavy banners die to cut a sentiment strip.  The sentiment from tree before'n afters was stamped using andromeda ink with the help of my mini Misti.  Next, I arranged all the elements on the card and adhered them using liquid glue, foam squares and foam tape.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Be sure to use the hashtag #BRImoodboard on instagram so we can see your wonderful creations.  Link up your projects to Davina's blog for your chance to win a gift certificate to Butterfly Reflections Ink.
 


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