Hi Hey Hello Friends!

A2 Rectangles Layering Die Set Friends in Tall Places Sequin Mix Hi Hey Hello Giraffe Justin Adkins Liquid Fire Orange Paper Splatter Watercolor Paper Glaze Colors of Herb Sampler Set Scene Building: Grass Tufts Dies Scene Building: Long Time No See Giraffe

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Hello everyone! Justin from Justin a Note by Justin here, and today I am sharing my final card using the June 2024 Release. I wanted to use the Hi Hey Hello Giraffe stamp set because I love the sass this main image gives! I decided to create a scene card with this set, and have all the details to share with you.
Below is a list of Picket Fence Studios Products that I used to create this card:

Hi Hey Hello Giraffe Stamp Set
Hi Hey Hello Giraffe Coordinating Die Set
Let's get wild with the details for how I created this card!
I started my card by using some of the Fern Green Paper Glaze from the Colors of Herb Paper Glaze sampler set and I spread a large solid layer on Mixed Media Paper. I let this glaze dry entirely. Once dry, I used the Scene Building: Tufts of Grass Die Set to die cut out (3) grass shapes. I set them aside for later.

Next, I stamped out the sassy giraffe from the Hi Hey Hello Giraffe stamp set in brown alcohol-marker-safe ink. I then colored up the image with my Copic Markers and die cut it out with with the coordinating die set. I also decided to heat emboss the sentiments "Hi Hey Hello", "happy birthday, Mate" and "Cheers to you" in white powder on brown paper. I cut these out using the Coordinating Dies to cut the sentiments out. I set both the image and the sentiments aside with the grass die cuts.
It was time to work on the background. Taking an A2-size piece of white blending cardstock, I blended up my ombré with Spiced Marmalade, Scattered Straw, Crushed Olive & Gathered Twigs Distress Oxide Ink. I splattered the panel with water for some bleach spots. I then used the Scene Building Long Time No See Giraffe Stamp Set to stamp my scene using Walnut Stain Distress Oxide Ink.
I used the A2 Rectangles for Card Layering to both trim down my background panel to about 5.375" x 4.125", and also to trim an outline layer of brown cardstock to 5.5" x 4.25". I splattered my stamped background panel with Liquid Fire Orange Paper Splatter Watercolor, let it dry entirely, and then adhered the panel on top of the A2-size brown panel.
Using a combination of foam tape and liquid adhesive, I adhered the giraffe, sentiments, and grass die cuts to my panel. I finished the card by adhering a few sequins from the Friends in Tall Places Sequin Mix, and then adhering the entire panel to an A2 Card Base. My card was completed!
Thank you so much for stopping by the Picket Fence Studios blog for a bit of wild inspiration using the June Release! I can't wait to see what you create!

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Happy Crafting!


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