Sunday, February 18, 2018

LF Inspiration Week: Little Flowers, Stitched Garden Border, Some Bunny

Good morning! I hope that you're having a good weekend and that you're enjoying all of the inspiration from the Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week!


My first card features the new Little Flowers die set. These flowers and flower pots are so cute! I die cut the flowers from a variety of LF cardstocks. I also used the new Quilted Backdrop die set with Really Rainbow patterned paper behind it.


The sentiment is from the Simply Sentiments and Bannertastic stamp sets. Here is a close up on the flower card:


I shared this card last month, but it's too cute to not share again. This card features the Some Bunny stamp set (those bunnies are so cute!), Little Flowers, and the Stitched Garden Border. The garden border creates that super cute hillside with the little dirt mounds, and you can slide the veggies behind the little hills! It also is the same curve as the Simple Grassy Hillsides!


I used the Bannertastic set to highlight the sentiment that is included in the Some Bunny set.


You can find more inspiration from the LF design team on the Lawn Fawn blog! Thanks for visiting and I'll be back again tomorrow with more inspiration! :)

Saturday, February 17, 2018

LF Inspiration Week: Scalloped Treat Box Spring House Add-On

Hi everyone! The Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week continues today with a look at the new Scalloped Treat Box Spring House Add-On die!


I used the dies to create a spring house mini card set, similar to the winter house that I made last year. The little bunny in this set is just too cute!


I created the cards by using a variety of LF cardstocks. The speech bubble and heart are from the new Speech Bubbles die set (it's one of my favorite new sets!). I ink blended with blue and pink ink on the edges of the roof, speech bubble, and the house. Here's a close up on the cards:


Thanks so much for stopping by! Do you have anything fun planned for this weekend? We're taking our church's youth group ice skating this evening and I'm anticipating it to be super busy because everyone has been watching the Olympics this week, haha!

Friday, February 16, 2018

LF Inspiration Week: Pivot Pop-Up

Hi there! Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week continues today with a look at the new Pivot Pop-Up die!


This new die is so much fun and it creates the coolest cards! The front of the card features the Rub-A-Dub-Dub duckies and tub colored with Copic markers. The scalloped border around the white panel is from the Perfectly Plaid Spring collection.


And then when you open the card...


... bam! It pops up!! It's such a fun surprise! I used Cole's ABCs die and the new Simply Sentiments for the pop-up panels. The scene on the inside features the cute ducks again, as well as the Cloudy Hillside Pop-Up Add-On die. The pivot pop-up looks complicated, but it's really easy to create once you get used to it. I can't wait to make more cards with this new die!


There's more inspiration on the Lawn Fawn blog, so check it out! Thanks so much for visiting today! :)

Thursday, February 15, 2018

LF Inspiration Week: Quilted Backdrop

Hi everyone! I hope you're excited because it's release week for Lawn Fawn! Yay! The design team will be sharing lots of cute inspiration this week and all of the new Lawn Fawn products will be available on Thursday, February 22nd.


Today, I am sharing a colorful card that features the new Quilted Backdrop die.


I started by using the Quilted Backdrop die to dry emboss a piece of white cardstock. Instead of cutting the cardstock, I opened my Big Shot platform to tab 1, added the cutting plate and then a rubber mat, then the paper and die, and finally the top cutting plate. Running that order through the Big Shot creates a really fun texture instead of cutting through the paper. Then, I used Distress Oxide inks (Worn Lipstick, Wild Honey, Fossilized Amber, Lucky Clover, Broken China, and Wilted Violet) to create a colorful background. After that, I used the Outside In Stitched Rectangle Stackables to die cut the inked panel and attached it to a white card base.

For the sentiment, I used the Scripty Thanks die to cut three layers from white cardstock and attached them together with the new Lawn Fawn Glue Tube. I also used the new Simply Sentiments set embossed onto black cardstock with white embossing powder, and attached it with foam tape. Here's a close up on the card so that you can see the quilted detail:


There's so much inspiration on the Lawn Fawn blog that features this new Quilted Backdrop die, so don't forget to check it out! And I'll be back again tomorrow with more inspiration! Thanks for stopping by! :)

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Lawn Fawn & Glue Dots Week

Hi everyone! Lawn Fawn is teaming up with Glue Dots this week to bring you lots of fun inspiration! 

The card that I am sharing today features the new Toadally Awesome set, which will be available late February. I also used the new Speech Bubble die which is so much fun to use for the sentiment!


I used a few different Glue Dot products for this card. I added the lily pads and the large flower with the Ultra Thin Glue Dots. The smaller items, like the grass, cattails, and the small flower, were attached with the Mini Glue Dots. The mini glue dots were also the perfect size to use on the twine so that the bow doesn't move. The frogs and the speech bubble are attached with the Pop-Up Glue Dots to help them stand out on the card.


I hope you like the card! Stop by the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration this week! Thanks and have a great day! :)

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Concord and 9th Challenge #17

Hi everyone! I hope that you're all having a good weekend so far! We enjoyed a productive morning at home and then a birthday party in the afternoon. And tomorrow, my husband and I are going to laser tag with the youth group from our church! My husband and I are probably going to lose (haha!), but we're looking forward to the event!


I'm so excited to be participating in this month's Concord and 9th's Challenge - to use your first C9 set. They have so many cute sets, so I purchased two sets for myself over Christmas. And I imagine that I'll get more in the future... :)

My first card features the Brushed Blossom set. I stamped the flowers in distress oxides onto a white cardstock panel. I used Twisted Citron, Lucky Clover, Abandoned Coral, and Worn Lipstick distress oxides.


The sentiment is stamped in black ink and I added a few "ink splatters" with Lawn Fawn's Manatee ink. The splatters add such a fun detail to the background!


My second card also features the Brushed Blossom set stamped in a rainbow of colors! I used a ton of Lawn Fawn inks - Peachy Keen, Wild Rose, Peach Fuzz, Carrot, Sunflower, Lemonade, Minty Fresh, Freshly Cut Grass, Mermaid, Fish Tank, Fresh Lavender, and Grape Soda.


The sentiment is stamped in black Memento ink, and I also die cut the rainbow panel from Lawn Fawn's Outside In Stitched Rectangle die. I finished the card by adding "ink splatters" in Manatee ink and I also added a few clear sequins around the sentiment.


Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you have a great weekend! :)

Thursday, January 18, 2018

LF Sneak Week - Some Bunny and Stitched Garden Border

Hi everyone! I hope that you're having a good week so far!


I have another card to share with you today that features the Stitched Garden Border die, which makes garden scenes so easy to create! The die includes the vegetables and also cuts the hillside and dirt mounds so that you can slide the vegetables into the dirt.


I also used the new Little Flowers dies and the Some Bunny stamp set, along with the Bannertastic set. This scene also uses a variety of Lawn Fawn cardstock, including the Paper Bag Cardstock for the ground.


Check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more sneak peeks of the new products! Which one (or ones) is your favorite?

Thanks for visiting! Have a great day! :)