Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Spooky Halloween Lantern with Lawn Fawn and Scrapbook Adhesives

Hello! This week the Lawn Fawn Design Team is collaborating with Scrapbook Adhesives.  Today I have a project to share with you that uses some of Scrapbook Adhesives awesome products that they were so generous to send.  I created this fun Halloween lantern using the leafy tree backdrop and some fun colored vellum.


I colored the vellum with alcohol inks and die cut the vertical leafy backdrop from the lantern body.  I also layered the stitched tree border behind the vellum so that it looks more faded in the background and it also stays hidden until there is a light put in the lantern.


I also created a video showing how I made this spooky lantern.  You can check it out on the Lawn Fawn Blog.  I have also uploaded it to my YouTube channel if you would like to view it there.


Friday, September 23, 2016

Christy Gets Crafty Celebration Video Hop

Hello and welcome to Christy Gets Crafty's Celebration Video Hop!  My sweet and fabulous friend Kelly Latevola's is before me on this hop and you can find her video HERE, she is the colorist extraordinaire! If you want to start at the beginning please visit Christy's blog post or YouTube video. She also has information about her hop sponsors and the giveaways going on as part of her celebration on her blog.

Today I have for you a video making this super cut fall celebration card.


Check out the video here or on my YouTube Channel to see the process of creating this card.

Here is a closer look at my card, I just think it turned out so very cute.


Next on the hop is my fellow (lawn fawn) fawnie Yainea Nuñez. Below is a list of all the videos on the hop if you just want to do a lot of tutorial watching. :)  And remember to visit Christy's blog for sponsor & giveaway information.

Kari: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HsVuTc5P9A&feature=youtu.be

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Kittastic Class

Hello Crafty Friends! I wanted to pop in for a quick post about the Kittastic Class that May Flaum has currently in session.  I had the privilege of contributing a lesson to this fun class.

Here is some more information about class:

Each week May will present an idea for creating a unique kit, share a pre-made kit,  focus in on a type of supply (and how to best use it), and more. If you’re looking for a class that will help you use up the supplies you have on hand as well as inspire you to try new creative ideas this is the one for you! From scrapbooking to card making, home décor and party ideas to mixed media and even a little creative planning- May will lead you on a creative excavation that will have you looking at your supplies in new ways and creating up a storm!

This class runs from September 19 – October 31, 2016, with new videos and content going up each week. All materials will remain on the website for self-paced creation at your leisure after that. 

You can sign up for class HERE.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Lawn Fawn September Inspiration Week: Small Stitched Envelope

Hello! Today is the final day of Lawn Fawn inspiration week and I have a Small Stitched Envelope project to share.


This envelope is the perfect size for a gift card so I decorated my envelope to be filled with a starbucks gift card.  I used the Perfectly Plaid Fall papers along with Love You a Latte.  On the front I white embossed the sentiment and paper pieced the sleeves on the cups with plaid papers.  I also cut out dark brown cardstock hearts and used them on the sleeves as well.


I die cut just the flap of the envelope from plaid paper and layered it over the kraft cardstock for a cool look on the back with the two different papers.  I die cut the "enjoy" sentiment from the same dark brown cardstock and used one of the hearts to dot the "j."  I punched some holes in the flaps so that I could add twine tie the envelope closed.

Visit the Lawn Fawn blog for more projects!


Monday, September 19, 2016

Lawn Fawn September Inspiration Week: Perfectly Plaid Christmas

Hello! Today for Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week we are using the new Perfectly Plaid Christmas paper collection.  I create a patchwork look by die cutting 1 inch stitched squares from the different plaids in the collection and then piecing them together.  After I had them all pieced together I die cut the panel with the largest stitched heart die. 


For the sentiment I die cut black cardstock with the new scripty Be and scripty Merry dies, added some black sparkle pen then a layer of glossy accents.  I scattered around some buttons and tiny clear sequins to add to the quilted look of the card.


Check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more Perfectly Plaid Christmas projects!


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