Lawn Fawn November Blog Post

Hello friends! I have a fun interactive card to share with you today using some new products from the Lawn Fawn Fall/Winter Release. I used the new A Creature Was Stirring Stamp Set with the new Magic Picture Changer Oven Add-On Die Set for my slimline design. I wanted to show how the new Magic Picture Changer Oven Add-On Die Set can be used without making a Magic Picture Changer. Interactive cards can be a little daunting and it is always fun to find alternative ways to use different products.

I started my card by stamping out the images from A Creature Was Stirring, Baked with Love, Sprinkled with Joy, Christmas Dreams, Den Sweet Den, and Let's Go Nuts onto Lawn Fawn White Cardstock using a copic friendly ink. I colored them using Copic Markers and cut them out using the coordinating die sets.

For the background panel, I die cut a piece of Bristol Smooth Cardstock using the largest rectangle from the Large Slimline with Sliders Die Set. Then using the Brick Stencil, I stenciled the wall above the counters in my kitchen using Antique Linen, Vintage Photo, Candied Apple, Peacock Feathers, and Black Soot Distress Oxide Inks. I love how different colors give the brick variation and interest.

To create the oven, I used the Magic Picture Changer Oven Add-On Die Set. I die cut Lawn Fawn Vanilla Malt, Storm Cloud, and Narwhal Cardstocks for the oven pieces. Using my paper trimmer, I trimmed another piece of Vanilla Malt Cardstock to the same dimensions as the front of the oven. I then used the lift the flap die included in the Small Slimline with Lift the Flaps to create a flap panel to attach to the back of the oven door piece so that it would open down. I then laid the oven door die over the top of the flap and traced the door opening so that I could trim the center out to make the oven door see thru. Add a little acetate to the door and it's done! I then masked off behind where the oven would sit on my background panel and ink blended Weathered Wood and Hickory Smoke Distress Oxide Inks to give the illusion of the inside of an oven.

To create the cabinets, I die cut a piece of the Kraft colored Woodgrain Cardstock from the Neutrals Pack using the large rectangle from the Large Slimline with Sliders Die Set. I then trimmed it down to fit on both sides of the oven on the background panel. I used the smallest square from the Large Stitched Square Stackables Die Set for the cabinet doors and the door knob from the Shut the Front Door Die Set. For the countertop, I die cut a piece of Ground Espresso Cardstock using the sticked die from the Picket Fence Border Die Set.

I used a combination of liquid adhesive, foam tape, and glue dots to adhere my scene together. I finished off the design by heat embossing a sentiment from the A Creature Was Stirring Stamp Set that I completed on the inside of the card.

Thank you for visiting with me today! I hope that my explanation makes sense and that you found inspiration here. For a complete list of products that I used with links to the Lawn Fawn Store, please visit the Lawn Fawn Blog. I hope that you have a great weekend!


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