Friday, June 3, 2016

Avery Elle–Wild Birthday!

 

Hola friends!!

 

I’m happy to report that we arrived in Seattle, safe and sound and without incident.  Halleluiah!  I still have a bit of unpacking to do, but for the most part, we’re settled back in.  But I thought I’d pop in share another Avery Elle project that I created using one of the newly released stamp sets called Wild Birthday Stamps!  It’s chock-a-block full of the most adorable wild animals – I am in love with all of them and think they’re going to be inked up often!!

 

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Is that birthday lion not so stinkin’ cute?!!  I stamped him, colored him with Copic Markers, and die cut him out with the coordinating Wild Birthday Elle-Ments.  I performed a bit of die cutting magic to create the “flip flop” aspect of the card, using the Double Pierced Circle Elle-Ments.  And the colorful birthday confetti was created by stamping dots from the Circle It Stamps using several colors of pigment ink.

 

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This is what the card looks like when it’s opened up!  The sentiments are from the Wild Birthday Stamps.  I’ve listed all of the products that I used below.  And I hope you’ll click on through to the Avery Elle Blog for more adorable inspiration!

 

That’s it for me today, friends!  I’m off to get my hair done and return to my unpacking!  I hope you have a great weekend!  I’ll be back soon to share another crafty project with you!  Until then, thanks so much for stopping by!

 

AVERY ELLE PRODUCTS USED:

Wild Birthday Stamps
Wild Birthday Elle-Ments
Double Pierced Circle Elle-Ments
More Party Animals Stamps
Circle It Stamps
New Moon Dye Ink
Aquamarine, Cherry, Lemon Grass, Fizz, and Daisy Pigment Inks
Everyday Collection 6 x 6 Paper Pad
Caribbean Collection Note Cards

3 comments:

Elaine said...

Isn't that lion adorable!

wienerhoneymooners said...

You know I ADORE this!!!!

Geri said...

TOTAL SWEETNESS!!! Awesome coloring and a really, REALLY cool design. Guaranteed to make some little person smile!

 
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