Thursday, April 18, 2019
Hello friends! I have a bright and colorful card to share with you using the new Reveal Wheel Butterfly Add-On Die Set! I just adore how Lawn Fawn continues to expand on their amazing product lines! This not only makes it more cost effective to purchase the bigger interactive die sets, but also breathes new life into them as well.
For my card today, I used the previously released Flutter By Stamp and Die Sets to create a tranquil and fun flower garden. I think that this stamp set pairs perfectly with the new Reveal Wheel Butterfly Add-On.
To add color and interest to the Reveal Wheel, I used Copic Markers to color a gradation of purple hues. I did this to have a subtle, yet fun, change to the butterfly at the top. The sentiment is also from the Flutter By Stamp Set.
Thank you so much for visiting my blog! I hope that you have enjoyed this round of inspiration from Lawn Fawn this week and I hope that you have a great remainder of your day!
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Hello again! I am back to share another project using newly released projects from the Lawn Fawn Spring 2019 Release. We are showcasing the Feel Better Line Border Die today.
I created a fun scene card using several new and older stamp sets. I combined the following sets: Toadally Awesome, Get Well Before N' Afters, Rain or Shine Before N' Afters, and Butterfly Kisses Stamp Sets.
I think that this card would cheer anyone up! Especially since I added a mini Action Wobbler onto the back of the upside down turtle. I will show it in action on Instagram.
Thank you for stopping by today! We still have a bunch more to show this week. Be sure to leave a comment over on Lawn Fawn's blog for another chance to win! Have a great day!
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Hello again! Today we are showcasing the new Rainy Backdrop Portrait and Landscape dies, as well as, the Stitched Umbrella Die Set.
I was inspired to make my card after seeing those adorable little character umbrellas they have for little kids. I made mine to look like a sweet little frog. Isn't it so super cute?!
I used the Rainy Backdrop Portrait die to die cut a piece of cardstock to create a stencil. I used Distress Oxide Ink in Blueprint Sketch to add color to some white embossing paste. I then spread a thin layer over my homemade stencil to add pretty little raindrops to offset my sweet frog umbrella.
The sentiment was die cut from Mermaid cardstock using the Love Ya Line Border Die finished with a stamped and embossed sentiment from the Before N' Afters Stamp Set.
I will be back tomorrow with more inspiration for you, so please stop back by then! Head on over the the Lawn Fawn blog for another chance to win some prizes and to see more fun inspiration from the design team!
Monday, April 15, 2019
Welcome to the weekend and the second day of design team shares for this round of Lawn Fawn's Inspiration Week! Woot woot! Today, we are looking at the newly released Year Nine and Llama Tell You Stamp Sets.
For my first card share, I created a fun birthday themed card using the adorable taco from the Year Nine Stamp Set. If you have followed me for any time at all, you know how much I absolutely love to combine stamp sets to build scenes.
I used the previously released Peek-a-boo Backdrop Die Set to frame the little scenes. This is a great die set to use if you find building a scene on an entire card front daunting. This die sections a standard A2 card front into four smaller, more manageable scenes. I used the following stamp sets in addition to the Year Nine set: Toadally Awesome, Elphie Selfie, Open Me, Love Notes, Butterfly Kisses, Slow Down and Enjoy, Hang In There, and Party Animal.
For my second card, I created a fun desert Reveal Wheel Card using the new Llama Tell You Stamp Set. This card was shown during sneak, but I wanted to show it again in case anyone missed it. I combined the Llama Tell You Stamp Set with Stuck On You, Happy Village, and Wild For You Stamp Sets.
Thank you for visiting today! As always, hop on over to the Lawn Fawn blog and leave a comment all week for chances to win some wonderful prizes. There will also be more inspiration from the rest of the design team. See you tomorrow!
Sunday, April 14, 2019
Welcome to another amazing Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week! The design team has been hard at work to make some really awesome projects to share with you. Let's get started, shall we?
I have a card to share with you using the newly released Rain or Shine Before 'N Afters Stamp set. I paired it with the incredible (and my new favorite interactive die set) Magic Picture Changer Die Set. Let's face it. At some point, we all end up in the emotional dumps. This is the perfect stamp set to create cards to cheer up anyone. What could possibly be happier than an adorable rainbow with a sunshine peeking out?
When the card is in the initial position, the elephant and bird friends are trying to stay dry from the rain storm; however, when you pull the tab to the second position...
...the rain storm turns into a super happy and cute rainbow with a sunshine happy face. And the sentiments included in the Before N' Afters Stamp sets are perfect for cheer up cards!
Thank you so much for stopping by! Be sure to hop on over to the Lawn Fawn blog and leave a comment for chances to win awesome prizes all week! I'll be back with more fun tomorrow. See you then!
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Hello! Today, I have some super exciting news! Lawn Fawn has teamed up with Chibitronics to bring to you an exclusive kit that is only available for purchased thru the Lawn Fawn and the Chibitronics websites! Yes! Included in the kit is the Charge Me Up mini stamp set. It is absolutely adorable! I don't know about you, but I was bummed out when I learned that the Beep Boop Birthday stamp set had been retired. Well, for all of you robot lovers out there, make sure that you snatch up this set because it is sure to sell out quickly.
I created two cards to share with you using this fun kit. For the first one, I envisioned a scene inspired by my dear friend Michelle. She has taught me (somewhat against my will) how certain things should actually be cleaned. I lived in blissful ignorance of some things before knowing her and now my life is forever changed... Haha! I am so blessed to know her, but that doesn't mean that I don't dream of having a robot to spring clean for me. With that in mind, this idea was born!
I combined the following Lawn Fawn stamp sets to set my scene: Easter Party, Happy Village, Plan On It: Spring Cleaning, Toadally Awesome, Sweet Friends, and Costume Party.
For my second card, I used all of the elements of the kit to create an interactive light up card. I paired it with my new favorite interactive die set, the Magic Picture Changer Die Set.
When you pull the tab that changes the scene, the circuit is completed, and the two robots framing the scene light up. Again, I used multiple stamp sets including Elphie Selfie, Sweet Friends, Simply Celebrate, and Screen Time.
I have included a picture of the circuit that I constructed for this card below.
Thank you for stopping by today! Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week will rev up tomorrow. I will be back on Friday with another card to share with you as a part of that. See you then!
Saturday, April 6, 2019
I am so excited that you stopped by my blog today! I am on the Lawn Fawn blog today with my first Saturday of the month blog post. I love how the card that I have to share with you turned out, so let's get started!
Ever since the Magic Picture Changer was delivered into my hot little hands, I have had the most fun creating cards with it! I can't say enough good things about this die set. It is so much fun and adds such a wonderful surprise for the recipient of your card. An added bonus is that it is so easy to put together! Lawn Fawn makes the most amazing interactive die sets and always creates detailed videos to help you put them together. Who doesn't love a good video from the wonderfully sweet and talented Kelly Marie Alvarez?
In my creative endeavor to use this die in new ways, I have been thinking what preexisting die sets from Lawn Fawn would work with the Magic Picture Changer. The Selfie Frames die set came to mind. The smart phone die is the perfect width to frame the Magic Picture Changer window without interfering with the sliding mechanism!
I used the Elphie Selfie, Wild For You, I Love You(calyptus), Slow Down and Enjoy, Screen Time, Toadally Awesome, Critters From the Jungle, and Sweet Friends Stamp and Die Sets for my card. The front of the card has a jungle/safari feel with an adorable cast of critters.
When you pull the tab at the top, the scene within the phone changes to show the sloth with a thankful sentiment.
Thank you for stopping by today! For a complete list of supplies that I used for this card, please visit the Lawn Fawn blog. I hope that you have a wonderful weekend!
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