Monday, March 18, 2013

So cool {lawnscaping challenge}

Hi!  If you're looking for my lawn fawn inspiration week post, click *here* or scroll down.  It's a double-dose of lawn fawn today:


Our newest lawnscaping challenge is to add stitching to your project.  Here's what I came up with:

so cool.

I was inspired by Michelle Wooderson's card, found *here*, to stitch a rectangle inside my card front and then rip out the insides.  Into the opening, I creating my little scene.  I hand-wrote the sentiment (I think it's fun to do that sometimes!) and used images from "here's the scoop" as well as a limited edition set that lawn fawn did for studio calico (the speech bubble and arrow.)

I'm keeping this post short and sweet - my posts will be doubles like this for the next day or 2.  I have to pace myself :)

11 comments:

  1. I'm a fan of your soft colors in cards! Beautiful work!! (:

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  2. Totally love your layout with all the stitching!

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  3. Haha, this is awesome cute Elena! Look at that little ice cream guy! He looks so happy!! Great idea with the stitching and ripping out - such an interesting effect. And to top it all off, a perfect colour combo!!

    I'm off to find ice-cream!

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  4. aww!!! adorable!!!! i LOVE that stitched rectangle!!! so awesome!! and that ice cream cone is just too adorable!! what a sweet card!!! :)

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  5. So cute! I love the stitching and the torn out center. That little arrow is so fun!

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  6. Gorgeous card!!
    Loooove your stitching!! I also love the soft colors!!
    And that ice cream looks...yummy! ;))

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  7. Oh, this challenge sounds right up my alley! ;)
    I love your adorable card, Elena, and how you added the stitching.... especially around the centre like that!

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  8. I love the technique you used for this card! It's so sweet and pretty looking. Your cards are so amazing--as always :-D

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  9. This is such a cute card! I love how you placed the ice cream scoop and framed out your scene...so fun!

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