Scootin’ By to Say – Lawn Fawn

Hi everyone! This little fox is on its way to a party. He is going so fast on his little step his hat flew off! I had a blast creating this card, which is part of a challenge amongst the Cloud9 design team. We challenged each other to create a square card with the same stamp set. I cannot wait to see what the others created!

Before I’m diving into the cardmaking process, I want to mention we have a challenge running over at Cloud9 Crafts. The theme of this month is “Shaker”. Head over to Instagram to see how you can participate and be eligible to win a prize!

First I stamped the images from Scootin’ By on Perfect Colouring paper with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink. After stamping, I colored the images with Copic markers:

  • Fox: E37, E99, E97, W2, W0, E40, R30
  • Yellows: Y18, Y13, Y11
  • Greens: YG17, YG13, YG01
  • Blues: BG02, B00, B000

After coloring, I die cut the images with the coordinating dies. While I was busy die cutting, I also die cut other elements for the card. The main scene is in a scalloped circle which is die cut from white cardstock using the Stacked Circles from Mama Elephant. Lawn Fawn also has Stitched Scalloped Circle Frames with which you can achieve the same effect. For the sky I wanted to have clouds, and I thought it would be fun to pull out the Puffy Cloud backdrop die for this. The bottom of each cloud I ink blended with Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass and Broken China.

For the grass I used the Grassy Hillside Border die on Cilantro cardstock. To give it more interest and dimension, I ink blended the bottom with Distress Oxide Rustic Wilderness and Mowed Lawn. The cloud and grass I also had die cut with a circle die before I started with the ink blending. I also die cut an additional circle so I could easily adhere the cloud and grass elements on top.

The Scootin’ By images I adhered with a mix of liquid glue and foam squares on the background. The sentiment I heat embossed on Black Licorice cardstock. I adhered the sentiment at the top of the scene and trimmed of the excess.

As I had all the elements now in place of the scene, I could adhere it to the white scalloped circle. On the cardbase I used the Plaid Stencil with Tumbled Glass, which compliments the scene very nicely.

I hope you like this card, and it gave you inspiration. Thank you for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies Used

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