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Lawn Fawn Sketch Challenge

Hi everyone! Today’s card is inspired by the current Lawn Fawnatics challenge. The stamp set featured in this card is the Snow Bunnies set which was part of stamptember this year. For this christmas card I decided to go with non-traditional colors and I love the outcome!

First I stamped all the images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored them with copic markers. For the background I blended Distress Oxide ink Cracked Pistachio, Peacock Feathers, Mermaid Lagoon with a blending brush on smooth white cardstock. Then I diluted white acrylic paint with water and made splatters on the background to mimic snow falling. To decorate the background even more, I heat embossed snowflakes with white embossing powder on vellum. For the snow, I die cut glitter cardstock from Tonic with the Stitched Hillside die.

To decorate the bottom part of the card, I die cut christmas lights and the wreath with the Build-A-House Christmas add-on on white cardstock. I then colored the die cuts with the same colors I used for the images. To frame the card, I used blue speckled paper from the Spiffy Speckles paper pack. At the bottom, I stamped the sentiment with the Peacock Feathers Oxide ink. To finish of the card, I added Stickles and Glossy Accents in a number of places.

I hope you like these card and it gave you inspiration. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

Participating in the following challenges:

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Lawn Fawn Build a House in Autumn

Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing 2 fall themed Build-A-House cards with you. By using different Distress Oxides for the background, and different colored cardstock, you get a completely different look! For the non-Dutch readers: The sentiment on the card says “Gefeliciteerd met jullie nieuwe woning” which means “Congratulations on your new home”.

For the card making process check out my video below or hop over to my channel. If you like watching my video’s, do not forget to subscribe.

For the background of the pink colored house, I used Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry, Carved Pumpkin, and Mustard Seed. For the other background I used Peacock Feathers, Cracked Pistachio, and Mustard Seed. For the grass I used Mowed Lawn and Twisted Citron.

From some left over cardstock of the ink blended background, I die cut a bunch of leaves. That die is part of the Birch Tree die set which I also used to cut out the trees from Speckled Eggshell cardstock. From that same cardstock, I also die cut the base of the house. The other elements like the door and windows, I die cut out of peacock and guava cardstock which is part of the Rainbow Pack. All the die cut elements are part of the base Build-A-House set from Lawn Fawn, except for the door which is from the Christmas Add-On.

As I wanted to heat emboss the sentiment with white embossing powder, I stamped it with VersaMark Ink. This sentiment is from a Dutch brand called Carlijn Design. To finish of the card, I added Glossy Accents to the windows to make them a bit more realistic.

I hope you like these card and it gave you inspiration. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

Participating in the following challenges:

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To Some Bunny Special

Hi everyone! Recently I received my package with the Stamptember Snow Bunnies set from Lawn Fawn and I thought the bunny with the scarf was very cute. That bunny inspired me to create a fall themed card with the bunny having its own vegetable or carrot garden.

For this card I used quite a lot of different stamp sets and dies, and I just love how it worked beautifully together. To start, I stamped one bunny and a bunch of carrots from the Snow Bunnies set, and the other bunny is from Butterfly Kisses. I colored everything with my copic markers:

  • Bunnies: YR20, YR21, YR000, YR01, YR02
  • Scarf: YG93, YG95, YG97
  • Carrots: YR04, YR27, YG95, YG97

After coloring there was a lot of die cutting involved. Basically all pattern paper on this card is from the Fall Fling pack, which I absolutely love. From that paper pack I die cut the grass, the mushrooms, and the foliage of the trees. The birch trees themselves and the stems of the mushrooms are die cut from the Speckled Eggshell cardstock. I really feel the mushrooms add a lot to the fall look. These are from a dutch brand called Jocelijne Design.

To get even more of a fall feeling, I used Distress Oxide Inks to blend a beautiful fall looking background. The colors I used are: Candied Apple, Carved Pumpkin, and Mustard Seed. To add more interest to the background, I sprayed water with Perfect Pearls on top. After that was dry, I assembled the card and added dimension in a couple of places using foam tape.

I really love the fall look of this card and the bunny with his own carrot garden is just so cute. I hope you like this card too and it gave you inspiration. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

Participating in the following challenges:

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Fall Themed Pattern Paper Center Picture Window Card

Hi everyone! For this card I was inspired by the beautiful fall pattern paper and the adorable trees from Lawn Fawn. I just love the fall colors and the cute punny sentiment.

For this card I really wanted to show case the pattern paper and the trees. The Center Picture Window design was perfect for the idea I had in mind. For the ones interested, I made the video below so you can easily follow how I created this fall themed card. If you like watching my video’s, subscribe to my channel and not miss a thing. If you are looking for more inspiration for using the Center Picture Window die, make sure to check out my other blog posts and the interactive playlist on YouTube.

To create the card, I stamped the trees and a bunch of leaves from the Tree Before ‘n After stamp set on Neenah Solar white cardstock and colored them with my copic markers. Most of the card was mainly die cutting the elements from Fall Fling and Spiffy Speckles paper and paper piecing it all together. This is just perfect when you want to create a fairly easy Center Picture Window card. For assembly in a seamless way, check out the video for tips.

I hope you like this card and it gave you inspiration for the new Lawn Fawn release. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

Participating in the following challenges:

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Yeti it’s Cold Outside! Center Picture with Snowboarding Yeti’s

Hi everyone! This new Yeti or Not stamp set from Lawn Fawn is so adorable! I snowboard myself so I really love this set. It is not only perfect for creating cute Christmas cards, but birthday cards as well. Especially when you love snowboarding!

It has been a while since I’ve created a Center Picture Window card. For this card, I pulled it out again since it would allow me to make an awesome scene. Make sure to check out my video on my youtube channel which shows all the copic coloring and card assembly. If you like watching my video’s, don’t forget to subscribe.

If you are looking for more inspiration for using the Center Picture Window die, make sure to check out my other blog posts and the interactive playlist on Youtube.

I hope you like this card and it gave you inspiration for the new Lawn Fawn release. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

Participating in the following challenges

Cards · Lawn Fawn

Fall Card with the NEW Lawn Fawn Release

Hi everyone! The new Lawn Fawn release is available, yay! If you don’t have it yet, it is available at Scrapbook.com in the US and Cloud9 Crafts in The Netherlands. The new Tree Before ‘n Afters immediately caught my attention. I could already envision the card with the fox chasing the leafs. So that is also the first card I made with the new release.

Make sure to check out my video on my youtube channel which shows all the copic coloring and card assembly. If you like watching my video’s, don’t forget to subscribe.

As you can see from the picture below, the sky is in beautiful fall colors and has shiny speckles which add a magical effect. And I just love with the new Fall Fling paper!

I hope you liked this card and it gave you inspiration for the new Lawn Fawn release. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

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Card | Creative Pop-Up Box

Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing with you a very creative take on the Mini Pop-Up Box die from Lawn Fawn. It does not look much like a box anymore, does it? When I saw the Keep on Swimming stamp set, this idea came to mind, and I just had to figure out how to do it.

For the ones interested, I created a video on the card making process. So in case you would like to try out this idea as well, make sure to check out the video on my channel. I have other video’s available too using the same die. And if you like my video’s, don’t forget to subscribe.

The main scene is on the inside of the card, with the cute cat staring at the fish in the bowl. I just love the sentiment “I can’t take my eyse off of you”, it cracks me up.

I also thought about the front of the card. This is gives the recipient an idea of what is inside the card, plus it holds the card shut, which is convenient when placed in an envelope.

I hope you liked this card and it gave you inspiration to use the mini pop-up box in multiple ways. Thanks for stopping by and see you next time!

Supplies used:

The stores are: Amazon US [AMZ US], Scrapbook.com [S US], Craftstash UK [CS UK], Cloud9 Crafts [C9 NL]

Participating in the following challenges: