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Oh Hoppy Day with Aug BRI Moodboard


Hello crafty friends! Davina here on the blog with some BRI Moodboard color inspiration. The cool toned August colors are super dreamy consisting of pistachio, sky, magenta, and eggplant. At first I felt a little hesitant until I realized that that these are colors I use on their own all the time. I have a pile of super adorable Paperie Ink Stamps that are unused so I flipped through looking for something that I would color light green and the cute froggies from Oh Hoppy Day caught my eye. 


I stamped several of the super cute frogs, lotus flowers, and lily pads onto my Neenah solar bright cardstock, and got to work. I colored the images with copic markers, using colors from the Moodboard, then I carefully fussy cut out each image. Once they were cut out I added my white dot highlights. 


Next I used the new Lawn Fawn Simple Stripe Portrait die to cut a piece of white and black cardstock. I assembled the alternating colors onto a trimmed A2 panel with liquid glue. I cut a smaller stitched panel using the Outside In stitched rectangle stackable from Bristol Smooth Cardstock. I loosely inkblended the four Moodboard colors onto the upper portion of the panel in a wavy arched motion. Once dry I splattered with water then used the Lawn Fawn Starry Sky Stencil and glitter paste to fill my sky with glittery stars. 


While that dried I embossed the Oh Hoppy Day sentiment onto a black banner strip. I adhered the banner and the images over the top 2/3rds of the panel then mounted the panel onto the striped background using foam tape for a little dimension. 

This card came together in a snap and I love the way the colors look together. I hope you feel inspired to play along this month using the August BRI Moodboard colors. Post your projects on Instagram using the hashtag #brimoodboard for your chance to win $20 to the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop. 

Thank you stopping by, 

Davina 

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