Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Ellen Hutson Love Ya Bunches Set

Hi everyone! I am so excited to share this card with you today! Lawn Fawn and Ellen Hutson collaborated to bring you this adorable Love Ya Bunches stamp and die set!!


Ah, the monkeys are so cute!! And they included some really cute and punny sentiments, too! This set is part of the United We Flourish program from Ellen Hutson, and here is a little bit of information about the program:

Last November we began celebrating our 10th anniversary with our United We Flourish theme. We would not be here without the amazing companies we work with, the designers who create stunning projects showcasing the amazing products being created AND you our fabulous customers! YOU are such a vital part of our creative community - you inspire & encourage us! Your response to United We Flourish was overwhelming and heart-warming. We heard repeatedly from you that you appreciate how our little company works together with the other manufacturers we carry to bring you their products and education showing how to use those products. To thank you for your constant support and encouragement, we have something incredibly special we began working on shortly after that anniversary.
We have partnered with some of our friends to offer exclusive limited edition stamp & die sets!!! These sets will be available for a limited time (most likely 3-6 months) after each release, depending on how quickly you snap them up. The theme of these stamp sets are uplifting and fun.
We are thrilled to present the first one to you... Love Ya Bunches by Lawn Fawn exclusively for Ellen Hutson LLC. United We Flourish, because we’re better together!

 Here is the card that I created with this set:



I cut a piece of white cardstock a little bit smaller than my card base, and used the Outside In Stitched Circle Stackable to cut out the window. I used the Freshly Cut Grass on the card base where the window was going to be. The white panel is attached with foam tape, and the images are all colored with Copic markers and attached with foam tape or glue. I used a Bannertastic banner to highlight part of the sentiment, and I stamped the other part directly onto the white panel. I finished by adding two die cut hearts colored with Copic markers and covered in clear stickles.


 There's more inspiration from the design team on the Lawn Fawn blog, so check it out! And make sure you get this set quickly because it's only available for a limited time!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! :)

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

LF Inspiration Week: Celebrate Border and Tiny Tag Sayings: Birthday

Hi everyone! I hope that your week is going well. We're finally getting sunnier weather here, yay!


Today is the last day of the Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week. I am sharing a card that features the Celebrate Border die and the Tiny Tag Sayings: Birthday stamp set.


I used the Aloha set to make a bunch of pineapples ready to party! The hats are from the Hang In There set and the presents are from the Baaah Humbug set. To get the sentiment to fit below the celebrate die, I had to cut my stamp apart (gasp!), but you could also cover part of the sentiment with washi tape or a post-it note to stamp it this way.


Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you have enjoyed the different cards this week! Don't forget to enter the giveaways on the Lawn Fawn blog!

Thanks! Have a great day! Happy 1st Day of Summer! :)

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

LF Inspiration Week: Pretty Poppies

Hi there! I hope that your week is going well so far! It's been rainy and cloudy here. It's fun to watching the rain and look for rainbow, but I'm looking forward to some sunnier weather soon!


The Lawn Fawn inspiration week continues today with a look at the Pretty Poppies die! This die is so fun and it makes the pretties flowers (haha, hence the name!)


These flowers are cut from Guava, Cilantro, and Black Licorice cardstock. The sentiment is from the Bugs and Kisses set (love) and Happy Happy Happy set (sending), cut from Storm Cloud cardstock and die cut with the Everyday Sentiment Banners. I also used the Scalloped Rectangle dies behind the white cardstock panel.


The detail that this die adds to the flowers and leaves is so pretty! This card would be so pretty in a card set with different colored flowers, too!

Well, thanks for stopping by! Check out the other projects from the Lawn Fawn design team, and enter for your chance to win this flower die! Have a great day! :)

Monday, June 19, 2017

LF Inspiration Week: Aloha and Scripty Aloha

Hi everyone! I hope that you had a nice weekend! My son has been taking steps for a while now, but he has officially started walking this weekend, so we're busy chasing after him! Boys are so much busier than girls, haha! 

Anyways, Lawn Fawn inspiration week continues today with a look at the Aloha set and Scripty Aloha die! 


I made a mini card that I had planned to make into a card set, but ran out of time - opps!


This card is about 2.5" x 4". The pineapples are die cut from Cilantro and Sunflower cardstock and the green panel is from the Watercolor Wishes Collection. The scripty aloha is cut from black cardstock and covered in a gold glitter pen - it looks so neat in person! Here is a close up on the card:


There is a lot more inspiration on the Lawn Fawn blog, so check it and there is a giveaway over there, too! Thanks so much for stopping by!! Have a great Monday! :)

Sunday, June 18, 2017

LF Inspiration Week: Push Here

Good morning! I'm back again to share more Lawn Fawn inspiration with you today! :) 


Today, we are featuring the Push Here stamp set, which is perfect to use with interactive cards! The set includes phrases to help your recipients know if they need to slide, push, pull, or lift the card in different spots.


I stamped "slide me!" above the bike so that friends will know that the girl moves! I think my favorite stamp in this set is that little arrow!




Don't forget to check out the other awesome cards on the Lawn Fawn blog! There's a giveaway there, too!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend! :)

Saturday, June 17, 2017

LF Inspiration Week: Plane and Simple and Stitched Trails

Hi everyone! How is your summer going so far? My husband is done with school (he teaches at a high school), so it's officially summer at my house! Yay! Now it's time for him to work on that honey do list, haha! :)


It's time for the June Inspiration Week! Yay! The Lawn Fawn design team will be sharing lots of projects and inspiration this week, so check it out on the Lawn Fawn blog

Today, we are looking at the Plane and Simple set, along with the Stitched Trails die!


This card is so cheery and fun! The paper airplane trails are all cut from different Stitched Trails die, and it adds such a fun detail to the card! I added a few clouds and small hearts stamped with Wild Rose Ink, and layered it onto of a piece of patterned paper from the Perfectly Plaid Rainbow Collection. Ah, those smiling clouds are so cute!


Thanks for stopping by today! There'e more inspiration on the Lawn Fawn blog, and there's a giveaway, too! Have a great weekend! Do you have anything fun planned? We are heading to a car cruise today! :)

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Lawn Fawn and Chibitronics

Hi everyone! I hope that you're having a great week so far! I can't believe that it's almost the end of May, which means summer is almost here! My husband is a high school teacher, so he'll have a lot more time at home once school is out - yay!

This week, the Lawn Fawn team is collaborating with Chibitronics, an awesome company that makes "circuit stickers" to light up your cards and projects! It is so much fun to create light up cards!


I used the new Ahoy, Matey set to make this cute scene. And when you push on the X....


... the treasure lights up! It's so fun! The "push here" and arrow are from the new set Push Here and the banner is from the Bannertastic set. I die cut the scene from white cardstock and the Stitched Journaling Card and created the circuit on the kraft card base. I also stamped a bunch of images from the Ahoy, Matey set on the kraft base for a fun background.

There are more light up cards on the Lawn Fawn blog, so check it out! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! :)