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Hip Hip Hoo-Ray! Cute Peekaboo Card Using Heffy Doodle "Hootiful" Stamp Set!

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Hey lovelies!
Today I'm sharing this peekaboo card I made using Heffy Doodle's "Hootiful" stamp set along with the Mama Elephant "Framed Tags" Waverly Creative Cuts! I originally had another idea for this card, but thanks to Katrina's super speedy shipping I managed to whip this up in no time!
I stamped my images using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured them with my alcohol markers. I added highlights and details with my white gel pen before fussy cutting them out.
I cut a panel with a peekaboo window from white card stock using two of the Mama Elephant "Framed Tag" Waverly Creative Cuts. I blended Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide ink over my panel, sprayed it with my Distress Sprayer and cleaned up the excess water.
I cut another of the peekaboo windows from some pink polka dot patterned paper and adhered it to the inside of the flap to give it an extra finishing touch. I cut a small rectangle from white card stock using Lawn Fawn's Shadow Box Card Dies and prepped it with my powder tool. I stamped my sentiment from Heffy Doodle's "Hootiful" set in Versafine Onyx Black ink, coated it in clear embossing powder and set with my heat tool. I adhered this to the front of the peekaboo flap.
I cut a panel from white card stock, blended Broken China and Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide ink over it to create my sky. I splattered it with white watercolour paint to give it the starry effect.
I cut some hills freehand from white card stock and blended Mowed Lawn Distress Ink (from the minis kit #2) on to them before adhering them to my background. I decided on placement for my images and adhered everything down. I created my card base by cutting two of the scalloped panels, I scored the back one and adhered the top to the other, I adhered the front panel on to the card base I created to finish.
Thanks for reading lovelies! 

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