Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Lawn Fawn June Inspiration Week: Get Well Soon + Wish You Were Here Too

Hello!
It's day two of Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week.  Today we are featuring two little mini sets, Get Well Soon and Wish You Were Here Too.  I just adore the little images in Get Well Soon, so I made two cards!

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I colored my little images with colored pencils and gamsol and used the matching lawn cuts dies to cut them out.

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I used a yellow Lawn Fawndamentals card as my card base.  I popped my images up on foam adhesive and stamped the sentiment in Versafine ink.  I cut the little red hearts using the die included in the 3x4 stitched journaling card set.

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For my second card I colored a rainbow of bandaids and used the dies to cut them all out.  I also cut a pool scalloped circle and stamped my sentiment inside.

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I arranged the little bandaids around the circle and adhered everything down with foam adhesive so it stood up off the card base.

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For my final project to share today I made a pocket scrapbook card by cutting out a picture of me and my husband on our honeymoon (in Hawaii) and then I used the Hawaiian images from Wish You Were Here Too to embellish.  The matching Lawn Cuts dies really make cutting out those tiny islands much easier. :)

Be sure to visit the Lawn Fawn blog to see more projects with these sets and leave a comment there for the giveaway!

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5 comments:

Carol McCready said...[Reply to comment]

Great projects. Nice pic.

Beth H. said...[Reply to comment]

Love the rainbow band aids! Again - your talent amazes me!

Renee V said...[Reply to comment]

Adorable projects Chari!!

Kathy JH said...[Reply to comment]

Great cards - love the rainbow of band aids. And love your pocket page!

Christy Q said...[Reply to comment]

Love the rainbow band aids - such a cheerful get well card!! Also love the pocket card, so cool!!!

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