Hello! Today I have my final project of Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week to share. There are some new dies that coordinate with some of your favorite older sets. Today I used the new dies for Yeti, Set, Go and Hat's off to you to make a fun graduation card.
I colored the yeti and hat with copics and used the dies to cut them out. I no longer have to hand cut out that tassel…yay! I used the 3x4 stitched journaling card and the stitched hillside borders to cut out the background scene. The clouds are cut with the smallest cloud from the Spring Showers dies. The navy woodgrain notecard makes a perfect quick card base for this cute little scene.
Stop by the Lawn Fawn Blog to see more projects showing some of these new dies that coordinate with older stamp sets in action.
Hello! Back again with another post for Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week! Today we are featuring the Scripty Joy die and Winter Penguin. I am in love with this little penguin and how you can make him look like he is writing the sentiment with his skates.
I colored him with copics and cut him out with the coordinating die. I used the stitched hillside border dies to create an icy hill for him to skate across. I used two different colors of blue ink so that I could overlap my sentiment lines. The shape of the card is created using the circle and scalloped circle stackables.
I stamped the snowflakes in white pigment ink and used the string and tiny bow from Joy to the woods to stamp in pale blue ink to give the subtle look of the snowflakes being hung from the top of the scene. I used the heart dies to cut some pink hearts to match the penguin's skates and scarf and covered them with wink of stella glitter for some shine.
I have shared this project previously during sneak peek week back in July. I layered the scripty joy die cut over the large stitched snowflake then created a little scene with Winter Sparrows at the bottom.
Hello! It's day three of Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week and today we are sharing projects with the super cute and sweet mini set Hedgehugs. I love this set, it is adorable and the sentiment is so cute. Only thing cuter than a hedgehog is two hedgehogs that can rub noses.
I colored my hedgehogs with copics and then cut them out with the coordinating lawn cuts dies. The background scene uses papers from the Into The Woods collection and the scalloped frame and card base background use papers from Sweater Weather.
I stamped the sentiment in the banner from Penelope's Blossoms. The tiny felt hearts were cut with the hearts from the 3x4 stitched journaling card set. There is a cute little heart in this stamp set and a die that cuts it out I just happen to already have these hearts cut out on my desk. I finished off by adding a little orchid lawn trimmings bow to the girl hedgehog.
Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more projects using Hedgehugs and a chance to win this sweet set for yourself.