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Happy Birthday w/ little agenda

 Hello crafty friends! Gladys here and I'm thrilled to be back on the BRI blog today. I have a fun colorful birthday card to share using products from Mama Elephant. 

I'm a huge fan of the Mama Elephant Little Agenda sets and I'm sure I'm not the only one. For my card I used the Little Signage Agenda and I want to apologize that it is currently out of stock on the BRI shop but you can add your name on the wait list and you will be notified once it is back in stock. There are a bunch of critters holding signs and alphabet stamps in this set so you can customize it to whatever you want it to say. I stamp the images in hybrid ink, colored with alcohol markers and cut them out using their coordinating dies

For my background I ink blended the panel with distress oxide inks in blueprint sketch, picked raspberry and scattered straw. I splattered some water and diluted blueprint sketch using a small paint brush for added interest. I die cut a few elements to complete my scene. I used the rainbow high dies cut from colored cardstocks. I also used Lawn Fawn's puffy cloud borders cut from white cardstock and vellum
For the sentiment I used the alphabet stamps on the critters signs. I also heat embossed the word birthday onto a navy blue cardstock and finally stamped the sentiment from an older ME set called Tandem extra onto the cloud border. 

That is all for me I had fun creating this cute birthday card. I hope you found some inspiration. Thanks so much for taking the time to read my post. Have an awesome day! Big hugs!!

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