Monday, October 10, 2011

Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week: Winter Fox

Hi Everyone,
It's time for another Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week!!! Today we are featuring the sweet little Winter Fox.  I love that she comes with a big steaming cup of cocoa.  So warm and cozy.  I paired her up with the tree from Critters in the Forest and some snowflakes from Making Frosty Friends to create this ornament.

I created the frame using sizzix framelits to cut the shape, Papertrey Ink woodgrain impression plate for the embossing and Tea Dye & Vintage Photo distress inks to get the texture to stand out.  I colored the fox and tree first with copics to get a nice wash of color and then went back overtop with my colored pencils.  I have seen some friends try this technique and I really love how it fills the image with color like a marker but still has the nice texture of colored pencil.  The mug, scarf and sentiment circle were all cut from patterned paper from My Mind's Eye 12 Days of Christmas paper pad.

Be sure to stop by and see the rest of the Design Team's creations using Winter Fox and visit the Lawn Fawn blog too for your chance to win some Inspiration Week Giveaways! :)



Wendy ten Hove said...[Reply to comment]

This is so lovely! Love the shape you created!
Hugs, Wendy

Lynnette said...[Reply to comment]

Adorable. Love this little fox:)

Heather Innusa said...[Reply to comment]

Absolutely adorable Chari!!!! I love the idea of the ornament!!! So fun! and the Twine is am awesome addition!!

Christiana said...[Reply to comment]

I love this so much, Chari! Your coloring is fabulous and I just love the woodgrain. Perfect pairing.

Mary-Anne V said...[Reply to comment]

So cute... I would hang this up on an indoor wreath or tree!

Anonymous said...[Reply to comment]

Your card is so cute! Thank you for sharing it.

Karen B. said...[Reply to comment]

Such a cute ornament! Love how the tail hangs over.

Yainea said...[Reply to comment]

What a cute ornament, Chari! You're making an amazing job as Fawny Girl, I'm amazed with each one of your projects!

Lea L. said...[Reply to comment]

Such a darling little tag!! Great job mixing multiple sets!!

Jessica R said...[Reply to comment]

Super cute! I love it! ;)

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