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With Love From All the Reverse Confetti Critters!

Hi crafty friends! Beata June here, and I'm excited to be back with you on the blog today sharing how I made this card with some of my favorite Reverse Confetti stamps critters!

Aren't these critters so adorable?

The cute critters were stamped from these Reverse Confetti stamp sets:  Cookies & MilkLemonade StandFlowers for a FriendYuletide Mice and Party Pals.  The flower stand was stamped from the Flowers for a Friend stamp set.  I stamped the lemonade stand and lemonade sign from the Lemonade Stand stamp set (coordinating die available here).  The baskets of fruit, lemons, leaves, flower pots, and flower baskets were stamped from the Reverse Confetti Lemonade StandFlowers for a Friend, and Cookies & Milk stamp sets.  After I stamped my images using my mini stamping tool, I colored them with copic markers and cut them out.

To make my background, I blended various distress oxide inks (Wilted Violet, Shaded Lilac, Spun Sugar, Tumbled Glass, Mermaid Lagoon, Cracked Pistachio, Evergreen Bough) using Picket Fence Studios Life Changing Blender Brushes and splattered the blended background with water and white paint.  I adhered my colored images onto my blended background with a Lawn Fawn glue tube.

To finish off my card I stamped the "with love from all of us" sentiment from the Lawn Fawn Winter Village stamp set, drew a sign around the sentiment, and colored it with yellow copic markers to make it look like a sign that matched the lemonade stand sign.  Then I mounted my finished card panel onto my white card base.

Here's another look at my finished card:

I can't wait til we can all gather around like this with our loved ones.  Thanks for following along to learn how I made this critter filled card!

Crafty hugs,
Beata June  đź’š

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