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For the background, I started with a piece of pale blue cardstock for my sky and added some grass using the new Mushroom Border. I adhered my images and included a few clouds from Spring Showers for my weather element.
I popped up the focal panel over a piece of Perfectly Plaid patterned paper and finished with a sentiment from Oh Gnome!
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I stared by stamping my images and coloring them with Copics, then trimmed them out with the matching dies. Then I created a cool sunset sky using Distress inks. I cut a shaker window "moon" out using the circle from Tag Builders Blueprints 7. Then I added the City Block die cut out of Black Licorice cardstock at the bottom of my scene.
I filled my shaker moon with tiny iridescent stars and chunky glitter, adhered my images with liquid glue, then finished off the scene with a sentiment using the Essential Slanted Sentiment Strips.
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Why, hello friends! Today I'm so happy to be participating in this month's MFT & Friends celebrating the February Release! This one is seriously jam packed with cuteness, but my personal favorite is the new Birdie Brown set Birth-Yay. So many adorable jungle critters!
To round out my scene I added a few scene setting images using Cutieasaurus. I colored up my cuties with Copics and trimmed them out with the matching dies. I wanted to mix things up and add some fun patterns so I pulled out the On-Point Patterns paper pad and used a blue chevron for my sky, and an olive triangle trio print for my grassy hill and die cut them both with the Elegant Rectangle STAX.
I chose two more patterns and layered those on top of my Grout Gray card base, then popped up my focal panel with foam tape to give it a little lift. I decided not to add any embellishments and just let those cool patterns and coloring shine. A Blueprints 29 sentiment strip finished off the card.
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Hey friends! Welcome to Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #46! This round we've got a gorgeous color inspiration for you to use. I thought this dreamy color palette lent itself well to fairy tales, so I started by using Critters Ever After combined with Fairy Friends. Because I wanted to make a birthday card, I also added a small cake from Beam Me Up.
After coloring my images with Copics and trimming them out with the matching dies, it was time to work on my background. I wanted to do sort of a gradient effect with the color radiating out from behind the castle. So I blended Distress Inks on the upper half of my focal panel from the lower left to the upper right, getting softer as I went. Then I flicked on some gold flecks with the Nuvo Midas Touch Aqua Shimmer Pen
I covered the bottom half of the panel with three layers of the Puffy Cloud Borders, and added my images. Instead of covering up that background with a banner, I decided to stamp my sentiment directly on the focal panel. Thank goodness for the MISTI! I finished up the card with a sprinkle of Iridescent Mini Stars.
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