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Conversation Hearts Card & Book Mark by Tina

Hello crafty friends, Tina here with my first card as a DT member for Butterfly Reflections Ink!
I am super excited to be part of this amazing team!

Today I am sharing a ‘love themed’ project with lots of cute pastel hearts.


I started by cutting a white stitched rectangle panel (slightly smaller than A2 size) and divided it into two parts using a scallop border die. The top part of my panel measures about an inch.


Then I pulled out my Lawn Fawn stencil ‘Conversation Hearts’ which consists of a heart and a text stencil.

I inked up the lower part of the panel with the heart stencil using distress oxides inks in soft pastel shades (Squeezed Lemonade, Tumbled Glass, Salvaged Patina, Spun Sugar), the Detailed Waffle Flower blending brushes made the blending very easy. These brushes are so small that it wasn’t necessary to do any masking.

To get a different look I shifted the stencil, so the hearts are in straight lines.
The text was added to the hearts using Kitsch Flamingo distress oxide ink.

I wanted to include a cute element to the card so I die cut and stamped the bear image from the Lawn Fawn For you dear set (die set, add on die). 
I colored this sweet bear with my copics (E41, E42, E43, E44, R81).

Then I assembled the bear die cuts with liquid glue and added some Lawn Fawn Unicorn Tail Sparkle card and a little white bow.

To add some interest to the top part of the panel I used a stripe stencil from my stash and Spun Sugar distress oxide. Finally I selected a sentiment from the Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel Sentiments and stamped it with Memento Tuxedo Black ink using my Misti.


I glued the top part of the panel to an aqua card base with liquid glue. To create dimension, I added foam tape to the bottom part of the panel leaving a gap so the bear die cut could slide in and out.

This card didn’t need many embellishments, just a few small pink hearts.

I hope you like this sweet loved themed card, thank you for stopping by
Tina 

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