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 Hello everyone! It’s Galina with you today and I prepared a fun card. I used my favorite fox die as a main element for this card, so, how cute it is?

At first I cut a panel of white cardstock and applied three distress
colors of distress ink through the stencil. I taped the stencil to my
table and with light pressure I applied ink with blending tool. You can
find this inks in the Honey Bee store as well as tools.

With square scallop die I create a white frame. Inner piece I cut out with
scissors and add a piece of vellum. To embellish my frame I stamped few
leaves and colored them with copic markers. And because of using copics I stamped leaves with copic friendly ink, such as Memento Black ink.

With fox die I love to use coordinating die from fox stamp set. With this die I can create a “background” and adhere easielly all fox parts. Usually I don’t use black or brawn cardstock for eyes and nose, for me easiest way is to color orange parts, when I cut first orange layer of the fox.
For the sentiment I decided to use same orange cardstock as I used on fox. Using beautiful script die I cut out a shadow for sentiment using vellum and word “Friend”. I adhere sentiment onto card panel using tiny pieces of 3d foam.

At last I add few transparent sequins and my card is done! I hope you like it and will try to create a friendly fox too 🙂

Have a nice day!

Foxy (Paper Piecing) | Honey Cuts | Steel Craft Dies
Feelin’ Foxy | Honey Cuts
Stitched Scallop Squares | Honey Cuts | Steel Dies
Zen Floral | 4×6 Stamp Set
Geometric Background | Stencil
Wilted Violet | Distress Oxide Ink Pad
Mermaid Lagoon | Distress Oxide Ink Pad
Blueprint Sketch | Distress Oxide Ink Pad
Cracked Pistachio | Distress Oxide Ink Pad
Memento Dye Ink Pad | Tuxedo Black
Neenah 110lb Classic Crest Cardstock 8.5″X11″ | 10 Sheets
Sakura Glaze Pen, Bold Point White 0.7mm

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