Monday, June 29, 2015

Garden Gate: Thinking About You

I have a card featured on the Lawn Fawn blog today for June Inspiration Week! Today it's all about the Thinking About You Border and Scripty Congrats dies.

I had so much fun creating this card to look like a wildflower garden. I just love the look of kraft with bright white!

Garden Gate

Garden Gate
I used Penelope's Blossoms to create my wildflower garden on a Stitched Oval that I had water-colored with Distress Inks in Tumbled Glass and Mowed Lawn. Blissful Botanicals and Peace Joy Love add the perfect frame. The garden gate is from Picket Fence Borders and of course the sentiment is the Thinking About You Border die cut. I used a variety of ink from Lawn Fawn, Hero Arts and Simon Says Stamp.

Thanks so much for visiting, please visit the Lawn Fawn blog for lots more inspiration and to enter for a chance to win this week's featured sets!


Friday, June 19, 2015

Tank You!

It's always so much fun to play with new stamps and dies and ink! I just love this new Lawn Fawn Fintastic Friends set. I made a masculine card using Woodgrain Backdrops that would make a perfect Father's Day card.

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tank you detail 2

tank you detail 1

Lawn Fawn: Fintastic Friends, Woodgrain Backdrops, Speech Bubble Border, Stitched Borders, Walnut Dye Ink
Antique Linen and Vintage Photo Distress inks; Copic Markers, Wink of Stella Clear Glitter Marker, Glossy Accents

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Tuesday, June 9, 2015

You're So Sweet

I couldn't resist this super sweet set by Clearly Besotted called Simply Scrumptious. I love the fun sentiments with a pretty scripty font. The berries, flowers and vines are so lovely. I found it at Simon Says Stamp.

I just got my brand new Lawn Fawn ink colors so I used Celery Stick and Lobster along with Freshly Cut Grass to stamp a very simple strawberry wreath.  So easy to create such an adorable thank you card!

Thank You Berry Much

Thank You Berry Much
I also used Lawn Fawn Coral 12x12 paper from the Pint-sized Patterns Beachside Collection along with their Stitched Square Stackables dies. The stamped panel was popped up using a square of fun foam; I love how this gives the card some structure and makes it look really polished.

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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Happy Wedding - You Tied the Knot!

Just a sweet little card made with Lawn Fawn's new Happy Wedding set. I love the little bird images but I thought I would make a card with the pretty little bouquet taking center stage!

You Tied the Knot

You Tied the Knot

Products used for this card: Happy Wedding, Stitched Rectangle Stackables, Pint-sized Patterns, Beachside Tropical Waters 12x12 paper, Mermaid Ink, Hippo Ink

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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

A Pocket Letter Project for Paper Crafter's Library

I'm so excited to be sharing a fun project for Lawn Fawn at Paper Crafter's Library
Here's a  little sneaky peek:

I learned about Pocket Letters recently and couldn't wait to make one! They are so fun and very easy to make and send to a friend! Check out Janette Lane's blog to learn more about Pocket Letters,  then head over to Paper Crafter's Library (there just may be a giveaway!)

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Monday, June 1, 2015

Puffy Clouds and Rainbows!

I'm loving all the new Lawn Fawn goodies that will be available this Thursday. I made a card with the new Puffy Cloud Borders and Rainbow dies. It's featured on the Lawn Fawn blog today along with some amazing Design Team projects. Be sure to check it out and enter for a chance to win, too!

I also used a Spring Showers cloud die and Stitched Square Stackables. The sentiment is from Color My World (which will also be available Thursday, yay)

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Saturday, May 30, 2015

Lawn Fawn Milk Carton and Stitched Borders Dies

So I get to play with the new Lawn Fawn products a little early and I'm here to tell you, you will love this release! Everything will be available on June 4th at and all the usual places.

I had the idea to use the Gingham Backdrops stamp to decorate the Milk Carton. I added a border of stitching with the cross-stitch Stitched Border. So easy and it turned out so cute!

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Bright red gingham makes me smile! I used my MISTI to stamp the gingham on both pieces of the milk carton. It's easy to line up and the stamp almost covers the whole body of the die cut with just a little border where I added some stitched detail.

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I love this hummingbird from Gleeful Gardens. The sentiment and frame are from Flirty Frames.

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The little cross-stitch border is so fun! I'm obsessed with this red ink which may or may not be available very soon {wink, wink}! It's gorgeous and it stamps so crisp!

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I colored one of the Wood Veneer Hearts with a red Copic marker and added some Clear Glitter Wink of Stella.

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The possibilities are endless with this cute Milk Carton die.

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