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Hi Friends!  I'm back with another mood board inspired card.  The card was inspired by the image of the palm trees to the far right and the sentiment was inspired by the coral lettering (see image below).  


To create this card, I first die cut the background using the tropical backdrop die.  Then, I masked and ink blended the image using Catherine pooler inks chiffon for the yellows, cummerbund for the blue and shea butter for the sand.  Distress oxide gathered twigs and distress ink blueprint sketch used for the palm trees.  I cut the leaves of the tress from bazzill cardstock in candy necklace and inked them up with blueprint sketch distress ink.  The background sky was ink blended using chiffon and cummerbund inks.  


The images were stamped using versafine black ink and colored using zig clean color brush pens and karin markers.  The following sets were used:

On the Beach - fox on raft, beach ball, sunglasses

Ocean Shell-Fie - rocks on the beach

Butterfly Kisses - fox running

Coaster Critters- baby fox

Life is Good - bucket with sand, raft (made by modifying the hammock)

Fantastic Friends - sandcastle

The sentiment was cut from coral reef cardstock by stamp market using the Oliver's stitched ABC die and Nuvo glitter drops in silver crystals  added for sparkle!  

All the images were adhered to the card front using foam tape and liquid glue.  The entire card was mounted to an A2 white card base and that finished the card!


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