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Scent with Love BRI Moodboard inspiration

Hello crafty friends! Davina here, with some January BRI Moodboard color inspiration. Today I’m sharing a shaker card that combines several newer, and older, sets by Lawn Fawn. I’ve been making many more shaker cards than I ever have before, and each has been a different kind/style. I really love the flat mesh ones that I’ve shared, but today, I kept it classic. The colors in this months Moodboard are spun sugar, mauve, butterscotch, and marine blue. I incorporated these colors by creating a skunk filled scene with lots of Valentine’s Day images.

I started by making my snow globe shaker. The new dies are huge, so I dig deep into my stash, and found my Ready Set Snow stamps and dies from years ago. It was the perfect size for a little mail man skunk and some goodies. I stamped out images from Scent with Love , Scent with Love Add on and last years Special Delivery sets, then colored everything up before die cutting with the coordinating dies. 

I inkblended the background piece of the snow globe with a blue sky, then layered snow and some happy mail, along with a couple of heart banners. The Heffy Doodle Deep foam tape is the perfect tape for making shaker cards. You don’t have to double it up and it comes in narrow 5mm and a wider 12mm option. I used the narrow tape around the globe and filled with iridescent pink sequins. 

I cut a background using the Lawn Fawn stitched windy backdrop. The swirls reminded me of scent swirls. I inked that with dusty pinks that blended into a golden glow yellow. Then, I layered the same golden colored grass and a glittery snowy hill for my cardbase. I adhered my snow globe shaker to the center and surround everything with my colored images. I popped the skunks up with foam tape so they could overlap the globe and added tiny white dot highlights to all of my images. 

Finally I added a blue cardstock layer to frame it all up, and adhered it to a card base. It’s always so hard to show how exciting shaker cards are in person. And in a few days when the static calms down, it will shake so beautifully. I hope you find some inspiration for the January Moodboard colors. Play along all month long using the hashtag #brimoodboard for your chance to win $20 to the shop! 

Thanks for stopping by, Davina 

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