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Easter BRI Moodboard inspiration



Hello crafty friends! Davina here on the blog with a bright spring card to spark some #brimoodboard color inspiration for you. The colors this month are truly special. Very trendy, boho colors, that just give happy vibes. Not to mention that they coordinate with some of our favorite Distress Ink and Oxide colors. Saltwater Taffy, Wild Honey, Tumbled Glass, and Peacock Feathers, you couldn’t ask for a more delicious color board. 


With Easter being only a week away, I wanted to make an Easter card. I haven’t purchased any new Easter themed sets in a of couple years since I don’t send out Easter cards, and I was just collecting them. So I went through my stash and found a few sets that I have been hoarding for years to play with. All items are in stock and  available on the Butterfly Reflections Ink website.


I wanted to make a mesh shaker using the cute jar set from Lawn Fawn. Funny enough, I have never used those standard jelly beans that come in the How you bean set. I combined those images along with the How you bean- Lawn cuts and the Shaker Add On dies to assemble this jar. I sandwiched the jelly beans image and a small pile of sequins under a piece of tulle mesh. 

I also stamped out the images from the classic Chirpy Chirp Chirp set, using watercolor safe ink, and colored them with Zig clean color real brush markers. I’m still practicing how to color with these markers, but really like using the Zig real brush blender, as opposed to using a water brush or paintbrush. I used the coordinating lawn cuts to cut out my images and added small dot highlights. 


I adhered an inkblended sky with grassy layer over some coral patterned paper, then added my shaker and images. I popped my chicks up with some foam dots and even found a teeny “ peep” to fit in the small word bubble from the spring Say What critters set. I finished it off with a sparkly word die in the sky. Pretty Pink Posh released an adorable script Hoppy Easter die set that fit perfectly into my scene. And my little Taffy colored butterfly accented wonderfully! 

I hope you like this card as much as I do, and feel inspired to play along with our monthly color challenge. Simply use the 4 colors from the current BRI Moodboard and the hashtag #brimoodboard when you share your project to social media. We will randomly select a winner to receive $20 to the shop. Thank you so much for stopping by,

Davina 

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