Saturday, December 14, 2019

Lawn Fawn Blog Post: Holiday Reveal Wheel Surprise

Hello and welcome to my blog today! I am up on the Lawn Fawn Blog as well to share with you a fun take on the Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel. I love how this design turned out and I hope that you like it as well!

I was inspired by the Disney Classic Lady and the Tramp for this card. The troublesome and sneaky Siamese cats from the movie gave poor Lady such a fit. Well, they are back today with more shenanigans in this holiday scene.

The Reveal Wheel Die is intended to be used with the curved portion die cut from either of the long sides of your card. I wanted to have it on the short side of my card instead to allow for more room to build a scene to the left. In order to do this, I die cut the largest rectangle from the Large Stitched Rectangles Stackables Die Set from Bristol cardstock. I then lined up the top right corner of my die cut piece into the top right corner of the largest die in the Reveal Wheel Die Set and partially die cut the panel. Once that was done, I built up the card like a normal Reveal Wheel card.


I love that Lawn Fawn has the coordinating Reveal Wheel Keep On Swimming Add On Die Set to go with the Keep On Swimming Stamp and Die Set! They always think of everything and it makes it so much easier to create interactive cards.

As you continue to spin the Reveal Wheel, the scene in the bowl changes. The little fish is happily hanging out in the bowl...


...then it notices that the cat perched on the mantle has put something new into the bowl...


...and then...where did the fish go?! Lady and the Tramp don't seem to be any the wiser to the tricks of the two cats at all.

I hope that you enjoyed my card share for today! For a complete list of supplies, please visit the Lawn Fawn Blog. Thank you so much for all of your support and kindness! Have a wonderful day!


1 comment:

  1. OMG this is the funniest card ever!! Your work is beyond awesome!! Thanks for sharing :)

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