Saturday, August 17, 2019

Lawn Fawn Release Week: Fortune Teller Tabby + Reveal Wheel Circle Add-On

Hello! I'm back today for Lawn Fawn Release week to share a couple projects using the new Circle Reveal Wheel add-on and the new Fortune Teller Tabby stamp set.


I tried to make a fortune teller that wasn't too Halloweenie.  I used spiffy speckles paper for my background and added some inking to the edge to create a nice little shadow around the frame.


I really love the teal tablecloth with moons and stars too and I added glitter accents to the table cloths as well as some metalic splatters to the background. I used purple watercolor wishes paper for the wheel to create a misty crystal ball. 


My second card uses the circle reveal wheel add on paired with some of the new fall fling papers.


Although the circle reveal wheel add-on works perfectly with the tabby cat, it makes a fun new opening on it's own as well.  It comes with two different frames. I used the scalloped frame.


I used the tree from the Tree Before 'n Afters paired with one of the Spooky Village houses to create a fall scene. 


Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more projects with the Fortune Teller Tabby and the new Circle Reveal Wheel Add-on.

Friday, August 16, 2019

Lawn Fawn Release Week: Flippin' Awesome

Hello! Welcome back for day two of Lawn Fawn Release week.  Today we are featuring the new Flippin' Awesome die which is of course... Flippin' Awesome!


This fun card has Mr. Yeti attempting some snowboarding tricks and failing miserably, maybe he shouldn't snowboard and eat popsciles at the same time.  The idea is based on real life events but I will save that story for another time...and possibly a video showing how this card came together. :)


Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for some other really amazing Flippin' Awesome cards and check out the intro video as well! 

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Lawn Fawn Release Week: Spooky Village

Welcome to Lawn Fawn Fall/Winter Release week! The only thing just as good as the fall season is new fall stamps! Today we are featuring the newest in the village series of stamps, Spooky Village. I think this little set is so cute and I have lots of Spooky Village cards to share with you today.


My first card was super fun to create. I used the Peek-a-boo backdrop along with some of the fun doors that open to create this fun comic book style card. 


I used distress oxides to create night time skies and changed up the colors behind the flaps for a fun surprise.


My second card is much more simple, using just one house.  I die cut the background using the stitched speech bubble backdrop and added a spot of watercolor behind my house.


I white embossed the greeting onto a black strip cut with the grassy border die which I think add some fun detail.


My third card is inspired by Yainea.  I used her ideas of using the birch trees and creating a teal sky with a glowy moon to create this card.  You can see how this card came together as part of the Spooky Village intro video


I really love the sky and that giant moon. I colored the houses using a special trick I came up with. I colored each one with a light color then went over it with a warm grey to give the dark spooky look.  


My final card uses the new Four Square Portrait to create four little spooky scenes.  This is a fun die that leaves a space at the bottom for a sentiment.


I used the new Happy Halloween line border die for the sentiment and cut it out of orange glitter cardstock from the Autumn Sparkle Cardstock pack. 


Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more projects made with these cute little Spooky Village houses. Thanks for stopping by today!

Friday, June 28, 2019

Summer Watermelon Cards

Hello! Today I have a whole set of cards to share. I used the Rainy Backdrop die from Lawn Fawn in a new way. I thought that these dies looked just like watermelon seeds and would work perfectly to create these graphic watermelon themed cards. I have a video at the bottom of this post showing how I made all these cards.


My first card uses a mixture of Harold's ABCs stamps and Finley's ABCs dies to make a punny custom sentiment perfect for this watermelon themed card.


For the You're So Sweet card I used the scripty sweet die cut and added the beginning of the sentiment with Violet's ABCs.


My third card uses the outside in stitched speech bubble die with the sentiment cut out of it so the sentiment is created with the negative space.


And my last card has the scripty hello border die as the sentiment. I made all these cards using two backdrop cuts.


Check out the video to see just how these cards came together. 

Thanks for stopping by today.


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