Thursday, August 28, 2014

There's a MOOSE on the loose!

Hi there!  It's Lawn Fawn release day and there's a moose on the loose!  Oh my gosh, I am so excited!  The wait is over and it's time to load up my cart with Lawn Fawn goodies from the winter release!! I was lucky enough to get my hands on the new Critters in the Arctic stamp set a bit early, and I couldn't wait to ink up the adorable moose!  Gahhhh, I just can't get enough of him!!


I pulled out a bunch of my other Lawn Fawn sets for this card too.... I used the santa hat from Hats Off To You, the tree from Sweet Christmas and the little birds from Making Frosty Friends.  The sentiment and banner are from the Winter Gifts stamp set.  That's one of things I love most about Lawn Fawn images... you can mix and match them all so well!  Don't you just love that bokeh patterned paper?  That's from the new Snow Day 6x6 paper pad.

That's all for now... off to go shopping and load up my cart!  If you are shopping today, make sure you put Critters in the Arctic in your cart too... you won't regret it! ;)  

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Lawn Fawn Critters in the Arctic, Sweet Christmas, Hats off to you, Making Frosty Friends, Winter Gifts
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper: PTI White, Lawn Fawn Snow Day 6x6 paper pad
Dies: PTI In the Meadow Hills
Other: Copic Markers, Pop Dots


Elise C. said...

Adorable card, Audrey!! The moose is one of my favorite new images - he's so cute! I really like how you gave him a santa hat!! :)

Yuki said...

This is such a cute card!!! I absolutely love the cute winter scene! I can't wait to get all of my lawn fawn goodies in the mail! :)

Petti said...

Oh it's so cute!

Shelly @Crafty Creative Studio said...

Very creative!!!! The 3 dimensions work so well and the snow hills are so fun!! Good job!

Nancy Thomas said...

What a fun scene you've created here Audrey! Too cute. I got my Lawn Fawn goodies in the mail today and I am itching to get started too.

Kathy W said...

This is one of the cutest holiday cards I have ever seen. Great job using all the different sets; thanks for the wonderful inspiration.