Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Hello! Today is the last day of Lawn Fawn Inspiration week. We are showcasing the add-on dies for the Hillside Pop-up die. Now you can add flowers, grass or little town to your pop-up cards.
I cut the grassy hillside pop-up add-on die from green plaid for a fun look. The sky and sun are both cut from Watercolor Wishes papers. I created my little scene by cutting off part of the barn from Critters on the Farm so that it would sit nicely a top the little hill then added my animals on the front panel.
I used Happy Happy Happy for the sentiment, white embossing and die cutting the Happy and then stamping the rest of the sentiment around it.
Thanks for joining us for inspiration week and be sure to check out all the post on the Lawn Fawn blog if you haven't already. It's full of fabulous projects and giveaways!
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Hello again! Lawn Fawn Inspiration week is almost over but we still have a couple days left. Today's featured set is Bicycle Built for You which is such a cute and fun set. This set also pairs perfectly with the new road boarder dies and picket fence die.
I created a wedding card using me and my hubby as inspiration. Our wedding colors were purple and green so I colored this little couple in those colors and of course added a little Penny puppy in the basket. Watercolor wishes makes a perfect sky, purple mountains and green grass. The Simple Road die coordinates with the simple grassy hillsides and completes this little scene for the bride and groom.
The Simple Road die coordinates with the simple grassy hillsides and completes this little scene for the bride and groom.
For my second card I used the regular road border and picket fence border dies to set the scene for my Happy Trails car and trailer. The tree is from the Leafy Tree Backdrop die, I simply cut the border off to make it fit my panel.
Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn Blog for more projects and thanks for stopping by today!
Monday, March 20, 2017
Hello! Today for Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week we are featuring Watercolor wishes. I have been using this paper a lot for backgrounds because it is a great "solid" pattern paper. So for today's card I decided to keep it very clean & simple and just stick with the paper.
I cut 3/8" wide strips of each of the darker shades of all 6 colors and laid them side by side to create a wide rainbow stripe down the center of my front card panel. I trimmed of the ends of the paper at the edge of the card panel. For the sentiment I die cut multiple layers of the scripty for you from black cardstock and stacked them together to create a thick die cut. I added a layer of black spectrum noir sparkle pen on the top layer for some shine and then finished it off with some iridescent sequins aligned on each color strip.
Be sure to visit the Lawn Fawn Blog today for more Watercolor Wishes inspiration. Thank you for stopping by today!