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Foxy birthday with Peter

Hello everyone! I'm happy to be back to share some more inspiration with you all. I made this very foxy slimline card to wish someone a happy birthday!

For the base I used the Slim Card Basics from Mama Elephant. I took a patterned paper scrap for the scalloped frame and I ink blended a simple gradient on the stitched slimline with Distress Oxide Seedless Preserves and Picked Raspberry.

The white frames are made with the frame from the Magic Picture Changer set from Lawn Fawn. Why only use it for the Magic Picture Changer, when you can also make a fun slimline card with it? Or what about square mini cards? 

The cute foxes are from the Fox Costumes Before 'n Afters set from Lawn Fawn. They are incredibly cute! And they work also great with the Magic Picture Changer, so this show you fun it is to stretch your card supplies.

I colored the foxes in with my Copic markers and I gave them all some shiny details, like the cherry on top of the cupcake fox, with Glossy Accents.


I love all the 'Scripty' dies from Lawn Fawn, because they make it so fun to have a big sentiment on your card. I always love to combine it with a smaller, stamped sentiment piece, but it's also super fun to have a big 'Happy Birthday' like I did on this card using the Scripty Happy and Scripty Birthday dies.

I hope I could inspire you to get crafty yourself and I hope you have a great rest of the week. As always, feel free to ask me any questions. You can find me on Instagram. I will be happy to help!

Peter 


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