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Hi Ho! Snow White inspired card

Hi Ho crafty friends!  Beata June here, and I'm so excited to share my first project with you as a member of the design team for the January - April 2021 term! 💛  

Today I am sharing how I made this Snow White inspired card featuring Hello Bluebird, My Favorite Things and Lawn Fawn stamps/dies. 

First, I stamped 7 gnomes from the Hello Bluebird Next Door Gnomes stamp set and colored them with copic markers to represent the 7 dwarfs.  Next I stamped out the girl gnome from the same stamp set and colored her up with copic markers to make my Snow White and added a little red bow to her hat.  Then I added white highlights with a jelly roll pen and cut out my colored images.

Next, I stamped out the little gnome house from the My Favorite Things Hanging with My Gnomies stamp set, colored it with copics, added white highlights with a jelly roll pen, and cut it out.  (Coordinating die available here in the shop.)

For my next step, I cut out a grass panel for my card from white card stock using the Lawn Fawn Slimline Stitched Hillside Borders dies.  I blended Rustic Wilderness Distress Oxide Ink and some other green-colored oxide inks onto my grass panel using my Picket Fence Studios Life Changing Blender Brushes, and splattered the grass panel with some green paint.

To make the background for my card, I blended Squeezed Lemonade and Fossilized Amber Distress Oxide Ink, and some blue distress oxides, and then splattered the background with blue and and peach paint.  I adhered my grass panel to my blended background, and then glued my colored images.  To finish my card, I added some mushrooms, grass, tree stumps, musical notes, cute bugs, and my sentiment, and mounted the card panel onto a white card base.  

Here's another look at my Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs inspired card!

Thank you for following along for my first project.  I'm excited to share more fun crafty things with you each week!

Crafty hugs,
Beata June  💚





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