Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Lawn Fawn and Xyron Collaboration Week - Day 2


Hello there!  This week, Lawn Fawn and the gang at Xyron are teaming up for a collaboration blog hop!  I have a card to share with you using some of their awesome adhesive products!

To create, my card, I started off by ink blending some Fired Brick Oxide Ink and Candied Apple Distress Ink onto a piece of watercolor paper.  I was going for the look of tomato sauce!  LOL!  I diecut the ombre paper with the Stitched Rectangles Stackables dies.  I pulled out the Pizza my Heart stamp set, and stamped and colored the large pizza, a few pizza slices and the pizza cutter.  I added my sentiment to the card panel first.  I diecut the word "pizza" using Louie's ABCs dies cut from white and black cardstock.  For easy adhering, I used the Xyron 1.5" sticker maker.  It makes lettering like this a breeze!  Around that word, I stamped a sentiment from the same stamp set, that was selectively inked.  I adhered the large pizza off the edge of the card panel using the Xyron Tape Runner, and popped up the pizza cutter with foam tape, along with the two pizza slices below.  I used the 1.5" sticker maker again for the three tiny hearts which were cut from red cardstock using the Stitched Journaling Card dies.  I used the Xyron Tape Runner again to adhere the ink blended panel onto a Zig Zag Rectangle diecut from black cardstock, and popped that up on a black card base to finish off the card.


Pizza My Heart

Be sure to stop by the Lawn Fawn blog today and all this week for lots of inspiration from the design team! :)

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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Reverse Confetti March SFYTT


Hi there!  Today I have a card to share with you using the Reverse Confetti March SFYTT!  There is still time to play along!

Here is the sketch:

And here is my card!

To create my card, I started off with a white card base.  I added a piece of patterned paper from the True Love paper pad.  Then I diecut the Tall Stripe Panel Confetti Cuts from white cardstock and again from more True Love patterned paper.  I glued the Tall Stripe Panel down with a glue pen, then used the patterned cutouts to fill in the negative spaces from the die.  I stamped and colored the cute bird from Tweet Life, and for the sentiment, a speech bubble from Figure of Speech. I added three diecut cards using the tiny heart from the Mailbox Starter Confetti Cuts, and added a bow with some black and white twine.

March SFYTT

The tiny hearts help to move the eye from the bottom to the top of the card, and arranging them in a visual triangle helps to balance the card out.

March SFYTT 2

I hope you will play along with us for a chance to win a Reverse Confetti gift certificate!

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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Mouse Mail {Reverse Confetti}


Hello there!  Today I have a project to share with you using Reverse Confetti products for the current Curtain Call Challenge - Fluff.



Here is my card:

To create my card, I started off with a white card base.  I diecut the Big Chevies Cover Panel from Stormy cardstock and adhered that with a glue pen.  Then I diecut the pinked edge circle from the Flowers For Mom Confetti Cuts set from some Warm Heart patterned paper, and the dotted circle from that set from Iced Aqua card stock.  I stamped and colored images from Mouse Mail, and diecut them using the coordinating Mouse Mail Confetti Cuts.  For my sentiment, I used the Bitty Banners stamp set, stamped in Stormy ink, and diecut with the coordinating Bitty Banners Confetti Cuts.  Everything was popped up with foam tape for extra dimension, and I added accents with a white gel pen.

Mouse Mail

I just love the color palette in the inspiration photo!  And I just can't get enough of these adorable mice.  They are some of my favorites! :)

Mouse Mail 

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week - Pop Up Add-ons


Hello there!  Today is the final day of this month's Lawn Fawn inspiration week!  Today the team is showcasing a bunch of new add on dies for the Pop-Up card die series.

For my card, I used the Grassy Hillside pop-up add-ons.  Even though they are meant to help create pop up cards, you can certainly use them in other ways.  Here, they are used layered on a horizontal card base.  To create my card, I started off by diecutting a piece of Perfectly Plaid Rainbow patterned paper with the Dotted Rectangle Stackables.  Then, I diecut the Grassy Hillside Pop-up dies from Cilantro cardstock, and inked the edges with Freshly Cut Grass ink.  I also diecut the Little Picket Fence border from white cardstock.  I stamped a colored images from the Baaah Humbug stamp set, and stamped and diecut a banner from the new Bannertastic stamp set.  I stamped a custom sentiment using sentiments from Baaah Humbug and Baked with Love.  The sky is fulled with Simple Puffy Cloud Frames diecuts, and I added some fun red polka dot paper to the bottom using Let's Polka in the Dark patterned paper and the Stitched Scallop border dies.  I added some accents with a white gel pen, and mounted the panel to a red card base.

I Love Ewe

Be sure to visit the Lawn Fawn blog for lots more inspiration from the design team!

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week - Bicycle Built For You


Hello there!  Today, the Lawn Fawn Team is showcasing a new set, Bicycle Built For You!  This set is so full of possibilities with all of the great sentiments and add-ons to dress up your bicycle!

To create my card, I started off by diecutting a piece of watercolor paper with the largest die from the Small Stitched Rectangles Stackables die set.  Then, I used Iced Spruce Oxide ink to blend in a silver-ish ombre.  These oxide inks blend like butter!  I added a few paint splatters in the same color.  While it was drying, I stamped, colored and diecut images from the Bicycle Built For You stamp set, and a sentiment from the Happy Happy Happy stamp set.  I arranged everything on the card front, adhering some pieces with a glue pen, and others with foam tape.  I perched the happy couple on top of the diecut HAPPY and stamped the rest of the sentiment.  Then I popped that panel up on a Fancy Scalloped Rectangle Stackables diecut and popped that up onto a white card base to finish my card.

Bicycle

Be sure to visit the Lawn Fawn blog to see lots more inspiration from the design team, and stop back by tomorrow for one more project as we wrap  up Inspiration Week!

Thanks for stopping by! :)

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week - Hang in There


Hello there!  I'm back for day 4 of Lawn Fawn inspiration week!  Today, we are showcasing the adorable sloth from the new Hang in There stamp set!

To create my card, I cut a card base 4" x 5.25" from Cilantro cardstock.  I diecut some patterned paper from the Let's Polka in the Meadow paper pad and diecut it with the Dotted Rectangles Stackables.  I diecut the largest circle from the Small Dotted Circles Stackables die set from white cardstock and black cardstock.  I diecut the black circle again with the Snowy Backdrops die to create a night sky.  I popped that up on a large Zig Zag Circle diecut.  Then I stamped and colored the cute little sloth from Hang in There, and glued him to the circle.  Then I stamped a few stars from the Critters Ever After stamp set, and popped them up around the sloth before adhering the circle to the card front.  Finally, I stamped a sentiment from the Hang in There stamp set on one of the Fancy Folded Banners diecuts to finish things off.

Hang In There

Be sure to visit the Lawn Fawn blog to see lots more inspiration from the design team, and stop back by again tomorrow because I have another project to share with you! :)

Thanks for stopping by!!

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week - Fab Flowers

Hello hello!  It's day 3 of the Lawn Fawn inspiration week and today, the design team is showcasing the Fab Flowers stamp set!

To create my card, I started off with a piece of watercolor paper cut with the Large Stitched Rectangles Stackables.  I arranged my flowers where I wanted them, and stamped each with Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks in various colors.  Then I sprayed each flower and stem with a spray bottle, concentrating on one flower at a time.  I wanted the colors to  be like halos behind each image.  When that part dried, I added splatters of oxide ink over top and let that dry.  Then, I stamped the flowers and stamps again, this time on white cardstock and diecut them with the coordinating Fab Flowers dies.  The aqua flower uses Merman and Peacock inks, the purple uses Fresh Lavender and Juice Box inks and the pink flower uses Ballet Slippers and Guava inks.  I used the Distress Oxide ink again to stamp the stems.  I glued the stems directly over top of where I stamped them originally, using a glue pen, then I popped the leaves and flowers up using foam tape.  I added a sentiment using the Happy Happy Happy stamp set and coordinating dies (I can't get enough of that set!).  The panel was mounted on a Guava cardstock base, and I added a scattering of sequins and a twine bow to finish things off.

Fab Flowers

Be sure to visit the Lawn Fawn blog for lots more inspiration from the design team, and stop back by tomorrow! I have another project to share with you! :)

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