Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Fawny Holiday Week

Hi there! I hope that you're having a good week so far! I have a fun Christmas card to share with you for Lawn Fawn's Fawny Holiday Week!


I created a fun Magic Color Slider card that features Trim The Tree, Bannertastic, and Cheery Christmas stamp sets. The images are all colored with Copic markers, and I used patterned paper from the Perfectly Plaid Christmas collection for the background. 


When you pull on the slider, it reveals a colorful, decorated Christmas tree! It's hard to tell from the pictures, but there are gold stars stamped on the tree along with the red garland.


There are a lot of other cute Christmas cards on the Lawn Fawn blog this week, so don't forget to stop by and check them out!

Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a great day! :)

Sunday, November 12, 2017

25 Days of Christmas Tags

Good morning! I am so excited to be sharing tags with you for the 7th Annual 25 Days of Christmas Tags from Tracey McNeely! Check out her blog for all of the information on this fun event, and there might be a giveaway, too!!

Today, I am sharing Christmas tags that feature Lawn Fawn's Shut The Front Door and Mini Wreath dies. I die cut the door from Knock On Wood patterned paper to make it look like a wooden door.


The wreath and bow are die cut from Noble Fir and Rasberry cardstock. I put a piece of white cardstock behind the door so that when it opens it reveals a special message! The sentiment and holly are from the Winter Gifts stamp set, but any Christmas sentiment would look great on the inside.


Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you like the tags! Have a great day! :)

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

LF Inspiration Week: Glitter and Embossing Powder

Hi everyone! It's the last day of the Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week, and today we are featuring the glitter and embossing powders!




The snowy background is white embossed with the Snowy Backdrops set. The trees are cut from the Birch Trees die from white cardstock and are lightly ink blended with grey ink. For the snowy hills, I used the Stitched Hillside Backdrop dies cut from white cardstock, and I used a little bit of glue along the hills to attach the Prisma glitter. The snowmen are from the Making Frosty Friends set, and the sentiment from Snowy Backdrops is heat embossed with Gold Embossing powder on vellum. Here's a close up on the card to show you how pretty and sparkly the sentiment and glitter are:


Thanks so much for visiting my blog this week! I hope that you have enjoyed the projects and thank you for all of the sweet comments! :)

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

LF Inspiration Week: Outside In Stitched Scalloped Stackables

Good morning! I hope that you have enjoyed the Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week so far!


Today I am sharing a project that features the Outside In Stitched Scalloped Rectangle dies. I die cut a piece of white cardstock and folded it in half to make Thanksgiving place cards!


I added critters and food from the Forest Feast set, and added the sentiment from the Happy Happy Happy Add-on set stamped in Cranberry and Pumpkin Spice inks.


Since the cards are folded in half, there's room on the other side to add a name to the place cards!


I hope you like this project! Thanks for stopping by, and check back again tomorrow for another card! Have a great day! :)

Monday, October 16, 2017

LF Inspiration Week: Perfectly Plaid Chill Collection

Hi there! I hope that you all have a nice weekend! We enjoyed some family time at a local fall festival and also enjoyed a corn maze with our youth group!


Today, the Lawn Fawn design team is sharing projects that feature the Perfectly Plaid Chill Collection! I have two projects to share with you today. The first project is this gift tag set that features the Tag, You're It dies and the Beary Happy Holidays set. These tags are quick and easy to create, but are so cute to add to gifts!


I also created this name banner for a friend who recently had a little boy!


This banner features the Stitched Party Banners, Louie's ABCs die, and the Plane and Simple stamp set. I really like how the name stands out against the patterned paper when it's cut from black cardstock!


Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great day! :)

Sunday, October 15, 2017

LF Inspiration Week: Stitched Hillside Backdrop

Hello again! The Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week continues today with a look at the Stitched Hillside Backdrop dies!


These dies are awesome because they make scene building so easy! For my card, I used the portrait hillside, along with the Stitched Mountain Border, Everyday Sentiment Banner dies, Sealed With a Kiss set, and Watercolor Wishes paper.


To create the water, I masked off the second hillside and ink blended Broken China distress oxide ink over top of the die cut. You could also use the Stitched Hillside die and die cut the bottom hillside from patterned paper! I also really like the cute house and trees that are included in this backdrop set!


Thanks so much for stopping by! There's more inspiration on the Lawn Fawn blog, and I'll be back again tomorrow with some other fun projects! Have a great day! :)

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Sunny Studio Guest Designer

*This is my second post of the day. To view my Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week post, continue scrolling or click here. :)

Hi everyone! I'm so excited to be a guest designer for the Sunny Studio blog! They have some adorable sets that are perfect for Christmas, and I was so excited to be able to play with a few of their products!


These cards feature images from the Christmas Home, Christmas Chapel, and Festive Greetings. The houses and chapel are so cute, and I really like the little details, like the Christmas tree in the window! The trees, snowman, and lamppost are perfect to help create cute, winter scenes!


To create these cards, I die cut a panel from white cardstock with the Lawn Fawn Outside In Stitched Scalloped Rectangle die. Then, I used blue inks to create an ink blended sky, and I left the bottom part white for the snow. The sentiments are heat embossed with gold embossing power. I think those big, scripty sentiments are my favorite!


I finished by attaching the images, which are colored with Copic markers, and adding clear stickles to the snow on the trees, house, and chapel. I really like how these cards turned out!

Thank you so much, Mendi, for allowing me to be a guest designer for Sunny Studios! Check out the their blog for lots of inspiration from their amazing design team! :)

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day! :)