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Little Witches with the BRI Moodboard

Hello crafty friends! Davina here, with a pun filled slimline card using Mama Elephant stamps and the July BRI Moodboard. The Moodboard this month is full of spicy warm colors like lilac, honey, poppy and mulberry. They gave me very bohemian vibes and I played around with several,ideas. Ultimately I decided to focus on the rich purple mulberry color as a nighttime sky, and the rest as supporting additions. 

I used all Mama Elephant products for this little slimline and everything is available in the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop. I started by inking up my nighttime sky. I cut the panel using the Mama Elephant Slim Basics stitched panel, then heavily inked the sky using Shaded Lilac and Wilted Violet. I tried to create a long cloud stencil using the cloud die and some scrap cardstock, but I didn’t apply enough white ink to make it visible. Next time I will have to make sure I put enough “oomph” into that. 

From white cardstock, I cut some nice tall letters from the Whimsy Alphas letter dies, to spell the word witches. Then, applied them across the center of the panel. Next, I created my own sentiment using the cute Kissie Letters Stamp. I heat embossed the words onto black cardstock using LF White Embossing Powder. I added the dots after cutting banner using a stylus and white acrylic paint. I popped up the banner onto a strip of foam tape and centered in the lower area. 

After stamping several of the adorable Little Witch Agenda stamps images, I colored with copic markers, using colors from the July Moodboard. After die cutting using the coordinating dies, I added small white dot highlights. I arranged my images around the “witches” letters and popped each of the witches on a foam dot. I applied the pumpkins directly to the scene. 

For a little extra bling I added clear iridescent star glitter around the Little Witches, and it really gave some added sparkle to the sky. To finish it up, I cut the scallop slimline panel from purple cardstock. It wasn’t the same color as my sky, so I used the Wilted Violet Distress Oxide ink to heavily ink around the edge, and it transformed the color perfectly match. I mounted it onto my cardbase and voila! It’s ready to gift. 

Don’t forget there is still time to play around with the July BRIMoodboard. Play along by using all four colors and the hashtag #brimoodboard for your chance to win $20 to the shop. 

Thank you, 

Davina 

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