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Enjoy Your Summer with Leontine

Hello! Today I'm on the Butterfly Reflections Ink blog again. I made a summer card with some cute stamps from Mama Elephant and I framed them with the Slim Film City dies. I mainly did copic coloring to fill the backgrounds, but I also used some colored cardstock and distress oxide inks to complete the colorful look. I was inspired by the thought of being able to go on holiday again. I’m sure most of us know that feeling. Until then this is my little getaway moment.


I started using the Slim Film City dies on some Black Licorice cardstock and Mermaid cardstock. I made a white card base of 8” x 3 ¼” and cut a panel of smooth cardstock to fit the card base. Also I cut a panel of copic friendly paper, to fit behind the film piece. I adhered the film piece onto the copic friendly paper with liquid glue. I then started to color each frame with my Copic Sketch Markers. The colors I used were:
B0000, B000, B00, B01, B63, B66, BG11, BG23, BG49, BG72, BG75, BG78, YR000, YR00, YR01, YR30, YR31, Y00, YG06, YG07, YG09, R20, R30, R32, R35, RV10, RV11, BV000, BV00, BV02, E00, E21, E23, E34, E35, E37, E51, E53, E55

I stamped a couple palm trees from Me and My Dinosaur with Jet Black ink and created a sunset beach scene. With a white and black gel pen I added some detail on all of the scenes. For the frame on the right I used Little Mermaiden Agenda stamps. I added some shimmer with my Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Glitter Gloss Pen.


For the frame in the center I decided to go for a sunset sky. In that sunset I used some Black Licorice ink to stamp the sentiment: ‘Enjoy your summer’, using the letters from Little Signage Agenda. Once the panel was fully colored I adhered it to the Mermaid cardstock panel with liquid glue.

I wanted to create a matching colorful background for the card base, so I used Kitsch Flamingo and Dried Marigold Distress Oxide inks. I added some drops of Liquid Stardust mixed with water, picked up the excess water with a paper towel and let everything dry. Once dried I glued the last pieces to my card base and the card was all finished!


I hope you like the result. If you're interested in seeing how I made this, you can watch the video right here. Have an amazing week!

Hugs,
Leontine

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