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Hugs & Kisses from MFT stamps with Beata

 Hi crafty friends! Beata June here, and I'm sharing this card featuring some of my favorite My Favorite Things stamps illustrated by Stacey Yacula. 

I used the following My Favorite Things stamp sets to make this card:

First, I stamped the critters and kissing booth onto my white card base doing a little bit of masking (check out the masking magic sheets in the shop that make masking easy), and colored them up with copic markers.  Then I stamped the jars of hearts, kissing booth sign, and heart banner from the Kissing Booth stamp set, colored them with copic markers, and cut them out and set them aside.

Next, I added grass to my card and colored it with green copics.  Then I masked my colored images and blended the background using Festive Berries Distress Oxide Ink with my Picket Fence studios Life Changing Blender Brushes.  

I blended more Festive Berries Distress Oxide Ink behind the bear in the booth, and blended Aged Mahogany distress oxide ink around the edges of my card.  After I finished my blended background, I splattered it with some red and pink paint and water.  

When the paint was dry, I glued the jars of hearts, kissing booth sign, and heart banner over the booth.  Then I stamped the "Hugs & Kisses" sentiment from the Greetings Galore stamp set and drew in a border to make the sentiment into a sign matching the kissing booth sign, and glued that to the top of my card.  I stamped out two butterflies 🦋 from the Easter Bunnies stamp set, colored them with blue copics, cut them out and glued them next to my hugs & kisses sign.  

Lastly, I diecut heart speech bubbles from the mftstamps love speech bubbles dienamics, colored them with blue and pink copics, outlined the speech bubbles with a black copic marker around the edges, and glued them on each side of the booth above my critters. 💙💖

Here's another look at my finished card:

I love these adorable My Favorite Things stamps critters and they were the perfect images to make this card which I can use for Valentine's Day or to send to a friend or family member I've been missing. 💖  Thanks for following along, and I'll be back again next week sharing another crafty project with you on the blog!

Crafty hugs,
Beata June 💚💚

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