Monday, March 18, 2019

Lawn Fawn March Inspiration Week: Wavy Sayings + Fancy Wavy Banners

Hello! Today for Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week we are featuring the new Wavy Sayings and Simple Wavy Banners and Fancy Wavy Banners.  These are some great staples to have in your stash and I have been using them constantly in my cards lately.


This card has the folded Fancy Wavy Banner at the bottom with one of the best Wavy Sayings in the set! I colored my rainbow stitched umbrella with Tombow markers on Bristol paper and blended it with water.  I kept the rest of the card grey and white neutral so that the umbrella really popped.


I used the grey woodgrain cardstock for the card base and flicked white metallic watercolor to coordinate with my white sparkle raindrops and look like rain in the background and added the grey pattern paper from Spring Fling to the center as a focal panel. I think this would be a fun card to send to someone who is feeling down to brighten their spirits.

Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn Blog for more projects with Wavy Sayings and Simple Wavy Banners and Fancy Wavy Banners.  Also, this card is part of today's intro video.


Sunday, March 17, 2019

Lawn Fawn March Inspiration Week: Tiny Gift Box Chick & Duck Add-On + Stitched Flower and Frame

Hello! Welcome back for another day of Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week! Today we are featuring the new Chick & Duck add-on die for the tiny gift box and the new stitched flower dies.


Because the new add-on is a chick and a duck I had make a Friends inspired card.  Hopefully you are all familiar with Friends, it is one of my favorite shows ever.  I made my card look like Monica & Rachel's apartment door using one of the mini picture frames cut from sunflower cardstock on a tall purple card.


I white embossed the sentiment and heart onto vellum using Harold's ABCs and cut it them out with the A Birdie Told Me dies.


For my second card today I used the Stitched Flower Frame and Outside-In Stitched Flower to create a simple shaker card.


Rather than adding a sentiment on the outside I kept it simple and just added a pink heart so that I could use this card for any occasion. Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn Blog for more projects with today's featured products.  You can also see how I created the flower shaker card as part of the the Stitched Flower Frame & Outside-In Stitched Flower intro video.


Saturday, March 16, 2019

Lawn Fawn March Inspiration Week: RAWRSOME + Straight Flower Border

Hello! Lawn Fawn March Inspiration week continues today with RAWRSOME and the Stright Flower Border die.  I have a couple cards to share today.  First up I made a colorful card with the straight flower border.


I cut each layer from a different color cardstock and staggered the flowers as I stacked them.


I finished off with a big scripty sentiment and decided to leave off any embellishments and just let the colorful flowers be the star of the show.


Next up I have a RAWRSOME card that also features the Open Me set. I used just the volcano to decorate the front and added a little sentiment to let the recipient know there is something extra special inside.


The inside is a pivot pop up with all the dinos ready to party! Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn Blog today and you can see how I put the rainbow flower card together as part of the Straight Flower Border intro video.


Friday, March 15, 2019

Lawn Fawn March Inspiration Week: Shadow Box Card Spring & Park Add-Ons

Hello! I'm back today for March Lawn Fawn Inspiration week to share a Shadow Box card using the new Spring Add-on and Park Add-on sets.


I used the new apricot cardstock for my box and mixed parts of both the Park and Spring Add-on sets to create my scene.  I used the tree canopy to create clouds in the background in addition to the tree on the front. I also cut the trunk from woodgrain cardstock to give it texture. The little bunnies are cut from fog cardstock to contrast the white cloud and I added some colored pencil to their ears and cheeks.


Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more shadow box projects.  You can also see just how this shadow box came together as part of the add-on intro video.


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