Thursday, April 26, 2018

I'm a Lucky Duck

Hi there! I have another Mother's Day card to share with you today!


This card features the Rub-A-Dub-Dub stamp and die set from Lawn Fawn. Those ducks are so cute and that set has the perfect sentiment for Mother's Day! The images are all colored with Copic markers. The ducks are attached with foam tape and the rest of the images are attached with glue.


For the background, I used the Gotta Have Gingham with Sunflower cardstock along the bottom. The gingham paper looks like it could be wallpaper in a bathroom!


Thanks for stopping by! I'll have another card to share with you tomorrow! :)

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Happy Mother's Day Foxes

Hi everyone! I hope that you're having a good week so far! I have a few Mother's Day cards to share with you this week!


The card that I'm sharing today features the Mom + Me stamp set from Lawn Fawn. The images are either stamped with inks (Freshly Cut Grass, Doe, Peachy Keen) or colored with Copic markers. The background is ink blended with Mermaid ink and the grass is inked with Cilantro ink. The sentiment is from the Happy Happy Happy Add-On: Family and Happy Happy Happy stamp sets.


I used the Birch Trees die to add some trees to the background, and I attached them with glue. The rest of the images are attached with glue except for the stump and foxes, which are attached with foam tape. After finishing the scene, I attached the panel to a piece of Gotta Have Ginham patterned paper cut from the Scalloped Rectangle Stackables.


I'll be back again tomorrow to share more Mother's Day card inspiration with you all! Have a great day! :)

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

LF Inspiration Week: Speech Bubbles

Hi everyone! I hope you have enjoyed all of the inspiration from the Lawn Fawn design team this week!

Today, we are sharing projects that feature the Speech Bubbles die set! This set is great to use to make different critters talking! My four year old enjoys knock knock jokes, so I thought this joke would be perfect to use for a birthday card!


The inside reveals the joke pun and a pivot pop-up scene! The animals are all from the Wild For You stamp and die set, and the sentiment is made with Riley's ABCs. This card is so fun and it's even more fun to watch the recipient open it on their birthday!


Thanks so much for stopping by! And thank you for all of the sweet comments this week! You guys are the best! :)

Don't forget to stop by the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration and a chance to win some prizes!

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

LF Inspiration Week: Mini Pop-Up Butterflies

Hi everyone! The Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week continues today with a look at the Mini Pop-Up Butterflies!


These butterflies are so cute! For this card, I started with a white piece of cardstock that was slightly smaller than the card base. I used the large and middle butterfly dies to create a row of butterfly cutouts along the edge. I also used some black ink and flicked it onto the cardstock to give it some extra detail.


Then, I used the middle and small butterfly dies to cut butterflies from Really Rainbow patterned paper. I attached the white cardstock to the card base and glued the butterflies into the cutouts. Only glue the center of the butterflies so that the wings can be folded up slightly. I finished the card by adding the Scripty Thanks cut from black cardstock and adhering a few clear sequins around the butterflies.


Don't forget to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration! Thanks and I hope you have a great day! :)

Monday, April 16, 2018

LF Inspiration Week: Really Rainbow and Thanks Line Border

Good morning! I hope that you all had a nice weekend. :)


Today, the Lawn Fawn design team is sharing projects that feature the Really Rainbow paper collection. There are so many cute and colorful patterns in that collection! For my card, I used the Gumdrop and Sour Apple patterns to create this circle card!


The kids and flowers are from the Easter Party set and the sentiment is cut from white cardstock with the Thanks Line Border die. I also used the Dotted Circle Stackables die and the Simple Stitched Hillside Borders die to help create the scene.

Thanks so much for stopping by! There's more inspiration on the Lawn Fawn blog! :)

Sunday, April 15, 2018

LF Inspiration Week: Year Eight

Hi everyone! I hope that your weekend is going well! We're enjoying the gorgeous weather in central PA this weekend! It's such a nice change from the snow last weekend, haha!


The Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week continues today with a look at the Year Eight stamp set! I created a fun interactive birthday card! 


When you pull the tab, it reveals the fortune! To make the fortunes slide, just add a small slit behind the fortune cookies with an x-acto knife, and slide the fortunes behind the slit. I did have to add extra paper at the end of the fortune to make sure that the fortunes don't slide the whole way out. And since the fortunes aren't very long, I added a tab with the words "pull here" stamped from the Push Here set, so that the fortunes are easier to slide out. I also added some hearts around the cookies with the Hearts die cut from Raspberry cardstock.


This card is actually a recreation of a card that I made a few years ago with the retired Good Fortune stamp set from LF. You can check out that card here! It's fun to recreate cards from before and see how your style may have changed throughout the years!


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

Saturday, April 14, 2018

LF Inspiration Week: Slow Down and Enjoy

Good morning! I hope that you all had a good week! Do you have anything fun planned for this weekend? We're going to take the kids to a local soap box derby race this morning! My car-loving two year old boy is so excited to go and see the cars!


Today, the Lawn Fawn design team is sharing projects that feature the Slow Down and Enjoy stamp set. The sentiment "this is where I fell asleep" is perfect to use with the sloth on the bookmark dies! The animals are really cute to use a bookmarks, but they are also cute to use on cards!


For my card, I paired the elephant and sloth with the bear and deer from the For You, Deer set to make a fun birthday card! I tucked the animals behind a piece of Gotta Have Gingham patterned paper to make it look like they're sitting at a table. Add cupcakes from the Bun In The Oven set and party hats from the Wild For You set and the animals are at a birthday party! The sentiment is from Bannertastic, Simply Sentiments, and Hang In There stamp sets.


Check out the Lawn Fawn blog for a video on how to recreate this card! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great weekend! :)