Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Elephant party pop-up card (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

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elephant party pop-up card (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)


For the last day of Lawn Fawn inspiration week, we're showing off our best pop-up cards, using the new pop-up add-ons. I've used the Grassy Hillside Pop-up Add-on.

elephant party pop-up card (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

Maia went to a birthday party and I colored the little girl to match the birthday girl. I love that the girl from Bicycle Built For You can ride the elephant from Elphie Selfie! I will definitely be looking for other critters she can sit on!

I hope you like it! It was so much fun to put together. Visit the Lawn Fawn blog for much more pop-up card inspiration - click!

♥.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Mother's day flowers

This is my second post today - if you're looking for Lawn Fawn, scroll down or click HERE.

I'm here and on the Avery Elle blog today with this sweet little card for mama:

Mother's day flowers (Avery Elle)


Are you thinking: gah! more purple?

I can't make any promises that this will be the last. I think it's such a pretty color lately!

The flowers, from Mother's Day, were stamped twice in soft pinks and greens and used to frame the sentiment.

Mother's day flowers (Avery Elle)

I used the MISTI to double-stamp the sentiment, to make sure that it was good and saturated. I love how it pops.

I hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by.

♥.




Bicycle built for you (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

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Bicycle built for you (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)


More purple. I really can't help myself. Lawn Fawn inspiration week continues with a closer look at Bicycle Built For You.  I love all of the little accessories that can take this sweet couple from a casual afternoon ride in the park, to a dressed up post-i-do-can-swinging adventure.

Bicycle built for you (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

I layered all of my images over a sheet of Watercolor Wishes paper, onto which I flecked white ink for a more dreamy look. I then fit the greeting into a sweeping banner, from Bannertastic.

I hope you like it! Kelly Marie recreated my card in her video this morning, so visit the Lawn Fawn blog to check it out - click!

♥.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Bun in the oven (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

Hi there, and welcome back to another day of March's Lawn Fawn inspiration week.

Today, we're showing off the Watercolor Wishes paper collection. I continue my love affair with the purple Horseshoe paper:

Bun in the oven (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

This is a bit of a quirky card, but a smiley-faced oven is already pretty silly so I ran with it. I used some matching ink to add some shading around the edges of the watercolor paper, and that provided the perfect backdrop for my images.

The images are from Bun In The Oven and Sprinkled With Joy.

Bun in the oven (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

I love the surprise of opening the oven! The little bun looks so cute.

I hope you like it! There's more to see on the Lawn Fawn blog this morning - click!

♥.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Hang in there (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

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Hang in there (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)


We're showing off this lazy sloth today, from Hang In There.  I've already put him on another card this week (click! if you missed it.)

I kept this one pretty simple, The black and white stripey backdrop provides the perfect pop for a more simple card.

Hang in there (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

One little tricky thing I did: I added a few more Os to the end of the HELLLOO - I needed it to look more full in the banner, and I really just thought it'd make him sound extra slothful. It wasn't even as tricky as I'm making it out to be. I inked up the last few vowels only and carefully stamped them on the end.

I hope you like it! There's more to see on the Lawn Fawn blog this morning - click!

♥.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Wedding flowers (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

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wedding flowers (Lawn Fawn Inspiration week)

Here's the thing. My cousin is getting married in July, and I've been tasked with making the wedding cards. Allll of the wedding cards. Like, from me, my sisters' families, and my parents. Here's the first.

I used Lawn Fawn's Fab Flowers to make this simple (and I hope elegant) wedding card.

wedding flowers (Lawn Fawn Inspiration week)

I stamped the flowers in soft ink colors (stamping off onto a piece of scrap paper first so that the solid image would be even lighter.) Then, I added some loose shading with copic markers. The inks are water-based, so there was some bleeding, but that was part of the look.

I hope you like it! Kelly Marie recreated the card in her video this morning. If you'd like to see how it was made, head over to the Lawn Fawn blog and check it out - click!

♥.

Friday, March 17, 2017

sorry i'm so slow... (lawn fawn inspiration week)

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sorry i'm so slow... (lawn fawn inspiration week)


It's day 2 of this month's Lawn Fawn inspiration week, and we're showing off a few new sets. I've focused on Bannertastic, and built my card around the sweeping banner.

I've set up a birthday scene with the sloth from Hang in There, as well as the bird and mouse and other accessories from Elphie Selfie.

sorry i'm so slow... (lawn fawn inspiration week)

I backed everything in a sheet of purple watercolor paper, and frame it out with a Fancy Scalloped Rectangle Stackables die.

To note: I'm calling this week My Purple Period, because in editing my photos I realized that half of them feature this pretty purple watercolor paper. I've used it all up already. ack. It's so pretty though!

Be sure to visit the LF blog this morning to see what the rest of the design team has created - click!

♥.