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Happy New Home Card Using Lawn Fawn's "Happy Village" Stamp Set!

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Hey lovelies!
This week I'm sharing a new home card, you never know when someone you care for will move home, it's always handy to have a card to welcome them in to their new space! I thought Lawn Fawn's "Happy Village" stamp set would be perfect for this occasion!
I started by blending two backgrounds using Heffy Doodle's "UnbeLEAFable" stencil and Pine Needles Distress Oxide ink.  I splattered my backgrounds with the Pine Needles Distress Oxide ink and some gold watercolour paint before putting them aside to dry. Once they were completely dry I die cut two polaroid frames using Avery Elle's "Photo Mat Elle-ments" so I could arrange my scenes within them.
I cut two panels the same size as my polaroid frames and blended Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink, completely coating them. I adhered these to the backs of my polaroid frames, this acts as my sky in my scenes.
I stamped my images using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured them using my alcohol markers. I also took some of the scenery pieces from the Avery Elle "Photo Mat Elle-Ments" dies and coloured them also. I added some highlights with a white gel pen and adhered them in to my frames. I popped the "Home Sweet Home" sentiment up with 3M Scotch Double Sided Foam Tape to give it a little bit of dimension.
I cut a panel of white card stock using the largest of Mama Elephant's "Basic Rectangles" Creative Cuts, splattering it with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink and gold watercolour paint. Once my background panel was dry I adhered my first polaroid scene flat, popped my second scene up using 3M Scotch Double Sided Foam Tape and adhered my panel to my card base.
Thanks for reading lovelies! I'll see you next week with another card!

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