Monday, September 12, 2016

Lawn Fawn Tooth Fairy Card

Hey everyone!  I wanted to share my recent Tooth Fairy card I made using a few stamp sets from Lawn Fawn.  This card was super easy to make, once I finally was able to get my hands on the Plan On It stamp set.  I've had this idea since the stamp set came out, lol!  I am also entering this card in the Lawnscaping Challenge for using texture.  I love these little fairies, and once you paint their wings with Stickles...that chunky glitter gives a lot of texture without making a bulky card.





Supplies used:

Stamp sets:
Lawn Fawn~Fairy Friends
Lawn Fawn~Plan on it
Lawn Fawn~Hello Baby

Dies:
Lawn Fawn Small Stitched Circle
Lawn Fawn Scalloped Rectangle Stackables

Paper:
Lawn Fawn~Perfectly Plaid
Neenah #110 CS

Markers:  Copics
Other:  Stickles Icicle



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Saturday, September 3, 2016

How I made my Lawn Fawn Santa!


 

Hey everyone!  Thanks so much for joining me!  If you saw my recent crafty haul video on YouTube, you might of heard how excited I was to share my fun news!  I couldn't wait to share how I made my Lawn Fawn Santa!!!  I loved the new release...but we still don't have a Santa!?!?  I am weirdly loyal to stamp companies...I have no idea why.  I really wanted to use a Lawn Fawn Santa with all of my Lawn Fawn goodies.  So, when I saw the Gnome sweet Gnome set online...I thought it would make a perfect Santa with a tiny bit of masking.  I ordered it from scrapbookpal.com just for that purpose.  It's super easy when combined Gnome sweet Gnome with Hat off to you.  Just stamp the Santa hat, then mask it off.  The I use scotch tape to mask off the hat on the Gnome.  Then stamp it on top of the Santa hat.  You have to fill in Santa's beard just a tiny bit...but I thought it turned out super cute!!!  I used my ScanNcut the for the first ten Santa's I made.  Then I ordered the dies...thinking it would be easier.  It doesn't fit, you could use the hat...the the proportion of the Gnome hat still needs to be masked and draw a longer face.  So here are my two favorite cards I've made so far!  I hope you like them:



Stamps used:

Gnome sweet Gnome~awn Fawn
Hats off to you~Lawn Fawn
Mom + me~Lawn Fawn
Toboggan Together ~Lawn Fawn
Jingle Greetings~Mama Elephant

My next card I have linked the with Lawnscaping Challenge.  The challenge was to use texture, and this card had several layers of stitching with my waves, and stickles on the fish...they feel like fish, just not as slimy!  Lol  I put more stickles for texture on Santa's belt buckle.





Stamps used:
Dad + me~Lawn Fawn
Mom + me~Lawn Fawn
Gnome sweet Gnome~Lawn Fawn
Hats off to you~Lawn Fawn
Toboggan Together~Lawn Fawn
Plan on it~Lawn Fawn
Critters in the Artic~Lawn Fawn
Mini Messages~Mama Elephant



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The Greeting Farm card share


Hey everyone!  Just popping in to share a few cards I made with some of my new stamps I picked up from The Greeting Farm.  Both cards were pretty simple, as I just used one stamp set on each.  Yes, you read that correctly, lol!  We are getting ready to move, again...so I am trying to keep it simple!

For my first card I used Ho Ho Holidays, and a few dies from Mama Elephant.







For my next card, I used the TGF stamp set Little Fairies.  I masked them off, and tried to ink blend on Neenah Solar white CS.  It didn't blend that well...I will stick with blending on watercolor paper from now on, lol!

CTMH~Silly Spider Web card

Hey everyone!  Thanks for stopping by my blog!  Today I have a card to share from CTMH.  I have splurged on a lot of new product recently...I loved sooo much from the new Holiday Expression catalog!  Today's card is a one stamp wonder for me, as I usually love to combine a few different stamps.  I had so much fun playing...here is a sneak peek of my mess/fun!






For my card I started by stamping it with black pigment ink, and embossing it with clear embossing powder.  The I blended Pansy ink with a light touch.  I splattered some water to remove a bit of the color.  Then I took the Pansy ink, and Elmerald re-inker mixed with Perfect Pearls and splattered them randomly.  I love how this turned out, but I loved it so much...I now need all the re-inkers, lol!  I cut tiny rectangles out of the sentiments and then used a circle die from Mama Elephant to recess the spider.  I popped the card panel up with foam tape, so it would set higher than the spider.

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