Thursday, August 17, 2017

Lawn Fawn August Inspiration & Release Week: Costume Party, Village Border + Trick Or Treat Border



Hello!
It's Lawn Fawn Inspiration week! Time to get in the mood for Fall.  Today we are featuring the new stamp set Costume Party which is full of kids in cute costumes.  We are also featuring the new trick or treat border die and the village border die which I absolutely love!

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I really love that there is a roll of toilet paper included with in the images of the Costume Party set, so the kids on my card are up to a little mischief. I cut the new stitched hillside backdrop from black card stock for the ground and cut off the back hill.  I also layered a few of the largest die cut rectangle frames behind it to create a little dimension between the foreground and background.  The birch trees are cut from storm cloud cardstock and create a perfect place for these mischievous kids to hide.

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The "toilet paper" in the trees is micropore tape folded over then cut to thinner strips.  Finally my sentiment is a combination of stamps from Happy, happy, happy and the new Happy, happy, happy add-on sets.

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For my second card I created a tone on tone background using the trick or treat border die.  The village border is cut from black glitter paper creating a shimmery border along the bottom.  The sentiment is created with Happy, happy, happy again (I just really love that happy) and a partial sentiment stamp from Spooktacular. I finished it off with a little ghost and bat that are part of the Scalloped Treat Box Halloween House Add-on die set. I added google eyes of course because that makes everything more fun.

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Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn Blog for more projects with these featured products.  Thanks for stopping by today!



13 comments:

Kim Perkins said...[Reply to comment]

Love your cards. The one with the kids and toilet paper made me smile. Thanks for sharing.

Unknown said...[Reply to comment]

Had to come over to your blog and find out how you made the TP card! Love it!!

Gail said...[Reply to comment]

Beautiful! TFS

Debbie said...[Reply to comment]

Absolutely darling cards!! The toilet paper card was great!!! So clever!!

Jennifer Reece said...[Reply to comment]

That TP card seems to be a hit! I had to come over to see the details, too. So cute and clever! I also love the 2nd card with it's shimmery village and the tone on tone background. I thought it was an embossing folder but now you've inspired me to create my own backgrounds in a similar way. Thank you for sharing these and all your LF designs.I love your cards!!

Unknown said...[Reply to comment]

I think it's very clever how you created the TP card! I just had to come over and see how you did it for myself!

Veanie said...[Reply to comment]

Lol i too love the TP card! Also like the ghost

Unknown said...[Reply to comment]

I love the Halloween kids. Your cards are so cute. I like how you used the village border. Thank you for your inspiration.

justMarie said...[Reply to comment]

I love the TP card!!!

Unknown said...[Reply to comment]

These are so amazing. your work is so great. I am book marking your blog so I can come back to it. smiles

Rachel A. said...[Reply to comment]

I absolutely LOVE your TP card! Such a great idea and super super cute! 💗💗💗

Rachelle said...[Reply to comment]

I know this is an old post, but I'm wondering how you got the "toilet paper" to swoop? Did you have to cut it in that shape?

Chari Moss said...[Reply to comment]

The toilet paper is made from micropore tape that I folded over on itself (sticky side to sticky side). Micropore tape is a flexible medical tape and it can kind of be stretched and formed a little bit, that's how I got them to swoop.

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