Be Inspired – Mini Catalogue

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This month the Be Inspired Team are sharing ideas from the Mini Catalogue. I have recently been playing with the beautiful Easter Lilies Bundle and paired with up with some scraps from my desk.

If you aren’t starting the Be Inspired Blog Hop here, then you have probably just popped over from the lovely Janneke Dijkstra – de Jong. All the links for the Blog Hop are at the end of my post, so you can click on each of these links and see all Mini Catalogue inspired projects.

The base of this card is Bubble Bath card stock and has been blended with some Berry Burst Ink over one of the Artistic Mix Masks, using the fabulous Blending Brush. I just love the blending brushes, they are one of my most used tools to add ink to my projects, by simply circling some of the Berry Burst ink over the mask you get this quick and effective background pattern.

The Lilies have been stamped in Memento Ink and coloured with the Berry Burst and Bubble Bath Stampin’ Blends. Once coloured, I have die cut these out and layered them together with two pieces I had on my desk. This Everyday Details Rectangle Die, was a left over piece from a recent class and the Hello was from me practicing with this Thoughtful Moment Hybrid Embossing folder and dies.

I have completed the card with some of the Berry Burst Adhesive Backed Sequins Trio [161206] from our current Annual Catalogue.

That’s all from me today, I am now sending you on over to the very lovely & talented Angela who I know will have a fabulous project in store for you.

Simply click on the button below to hop on over to her blog and follow the hop around to see everyones creations – Enjoy!

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