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Splashing awesome with Peter

Hi everyone! My term on the BRI design team comes to an end. This will not mean I will be completely gone, because I will pop-up once in a while. But I'm sharing my 'last' card in my term with you today.

This time I played around with some Heffy Doodle. The images are so incredibly cute, I just had to make a card with them.

I started with imagining how I want my (mini) scene to look like. I mostly used images from Highland Honeys, I only used the cloud and the sentiment from other sets.

The cloud is from Fluffy Puffy Unicorns, I stamped that out with Memento London Fog by the way, I always love when clouds have a softer feel.

The sentiment is from Pebble Sentiments, that set is amazing! I picked one out that I stamped with Distress Oxide Peacock Feathers using my Misti. I stamped it a few times till I got a nice and crisp impression.

I picked a fun patterned paper that I cut with the Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables from Lawn Fawn. With the Outside In Stitched Rectangle Stackables I cut a rectangle out of some watercolor paper. 

With the Messy Desk stencil I created a quick and simple background using Distress Oxide Seedless Preserves and Dusty Concord.

I adhered everything in place, some things with foam tape, other things just glued down. To finish it off, I used some Morning Dew Nuvo Drops.

I hope I could inspire you to get crafty yourself and I hope you have a great rest of the week. 

I am super grateful I got the chance to inspire you all with my cards as a member of the Design Team! Thanks Vanessa! 

If you want to keep following my work, you can find me on Instagram and YouTube. And like I said, I won't be completely gone on here too!

Peter



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