Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Grassy Hillside Pop-up Add-on - LF March inspiration week

Hi!

Today is last day of Lawn Fawn March inspiration week but we left something super fun for the end! Because this time we're showcasing the new Pop-up add-ons and that means some cards with a lot of fun in the inside!


I took a pair of old sets that I totally love and created a camping scene with mountains, forest and marshmallows, of course!


The front of the card is super simple for two reasons:
1. I'm lazy to work that much on the inside and then do a detailed outside lol.
2. This the inside surprise is bigger (and because 1.)
I used the Scripty Friends die and cut the final s to suit my needs :)


For the inside I colored all the images with Zig Clean Color Brush markers and used Distress inks for the mountains, road and sky. I added even more dimension using Everyday Pop-ups for the bear and squirrel.


I hope you like my card for today! It sure takes a bit of time to make it but it's fun and the final card looks stunning, I really like to open it and see all the scene appearing haha

For more amazing cards using these sets please check the Lawn Fawn blog, Kelly shared a video so you can see them in action and there's a giveaway too ;)

Thanks so much for your visit and support, have a nice day!

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Bicycle Built for You - Lawn Fawn March inspiration week

Hola!

Today the fun continues on the Lawn Fawn blog with the March inspiration week. This time the star of the show is Bicycle Built for You stamp set and coordinating dies.


I made a colorful card combining this set with a new die, Road Border, and an old one, Little Town Border.


Everything from the images to the background was colored with Zig Clean Color Brush markers. This was my first time using them with Bristol paper and I love how they work together!


I hope that you like it! For more inspiration and giveaways don't forget to visit the Lawn Fawn blog!

Thanks for stoppping by, hugs!

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Mother's Day & Party Time - AE cards

Hi there!

Today I'm on the Avery Elle blog sharing a new card featuring one of the new Spring products. I'm using Mother's Day stamps to create this floral card with a watercolor look. I'm not good with floral cards, I'm not good at all. I finished this card like a month ago and the other day I saw that the amazing Kristina Werner made a card using this same set and it was very similar to mine lol! She didn't see mine because it was on a private group folder and I made it before she published hers... So that means I don't suck that much on floral cards? I don't know but it's really cool ;)


I colored all the flowers with my new Gansai Tambi watercolors, I'm new to them so I'm still experimenting :)

And here's another card that I hadn't shared here on the blog, and I really had a great time making it!

I made a flat shaker card with my fuse tool and colored the balloons with my Gansai Tambi watercolors as well. I love the colors on this one! The background was colored with Distress inks and then I sprinkled some water on top to create that effect.

I hope you like my cards, thanks so much for your visit!

Supply list (Mother's day card):

Avery Elle:

 

Supply list (party card):

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Monday, March 20, 2017

Fab Flowers & Hang in there - Lawn Fawn inspiration week

Hi there!

Welcome to Lawn Fawn inspiration week! Today I have two projects to share with you using the products from the latest release, I hope you're enjoying the inspiration week so far!


My first project features Fab Flowers and I created a feminine everyday card using different colors of inks on the flowers and masking them to create my bouquets.


Y used watercolor paper and added some water to create that watercolor look. Then I die cut the flower panel with the Fancy Scalloped Rectangle dies and poped up my sentiment on a Dotted Circle.


My second card features Hang in There and I made a window card to showcase that super cute sloth! I love him hanging there on his branch haha!


I colored The inside with Distress inks and all the images with Copics and added some texture to the front of the card stamping a woodgraing background on it.


I hope you like them! For more inspiration you can visit the Lawn Fawn blog, the DT has amazing samples, Kelly is sharing some videos and, of course, there are giveaways!

Thank you so much for stopping by, have a great day!

Supply list:

Flowers card:


Sloth card: