As soon as I saw Lawn Fawn’s puffy cloud die, I knew it would be perfect to pair with the Critters Ever After set. The stand alone clouds from Spring Showers die set filled out the card perfectly too.
I cut a piece of 100lb white card stock to 4bar notecard (3.5 x5), then a piece of tide pool from the Pint-sized Patterns: Beachside paper petite (6×6) collection.
The unicorn, from the Critters Ever After set was colored with Spectrum Noir markers: LY1 – CT1, CR2 – PP2, IB1 – OB2. To add a little bit of sparkle, I used the silve wink of stella glitter pen – after all, it isn’t a unicorn without a little bit of sparkle right?!
Here is the card – I hope you like it! As always, your comments are welcome and appreciated:
Lawn Fawn Critters Ever After Unicorn In Puffy Clouds by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up
I have finally moved, unpacked and organized (sort of) my craft area. YAY! So I set about to use one of my new Lawn Fawn stamps ~ Party Animals!
Using the Butternut 4bar note card, I used the stitched rectangle dies, along with the puffy clouds, and stitched hillsides to make the scene for my little deer (moose?) critter. He looked a little lonely, so I thought a tiny mushroom from the Gleeful Gardens stamp set would work great, along with a leaf from Critters From The Past. The sentiment was from Milk & Cookies; I thought it was perfect for this layout.
Here is my card:
Lawn Fawn Party Animals Butternut Notecard by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up
The Spectrum Noir alcohol marker colors I used in the project are:
Deer / Moose:
Body – EB2, GB8, GB 10
Antlers – EB1
Tummy – FS1 & Blender pen
Scoop – PP1, PP@, CE2
Cone EB1, EB2
Mushroom: LV1, HB2
Leaf: LG1, LG2, CG4
Quick tip: I stamped the sentiment from Milk & Cookies in Stayzon black ink onto the vellum as the Memento will smear
This has been a great summer so far – not too hot and lots of sunny days. When Lawn Fawn revealed the Here’s The Scoop coordinating dies I just had to break out my stamp set!
I used the chocolate chip stamp from Milk & Cookies set for the chips in each of the top scoops – I just loved how it turned out too! I tried a few other methods to get sprinkles & this was the best & the easiest 😉
Lawn Fawn Heres The Scoop by Wendie Bee Stamp Right Up
With summer officially here, I was inspired to pull out my Make Lemonade mini set from Lawn Fawn. When the gingham backdrops set was released I just knew these two sets would be perfect together, so I thought I would finally try and create something.
Here is my card:
Summer Smile Lawn Fawn Make Lemonade with Gingham Backdrops by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up
Here’s another sneak peek for Lawn Fawn’s summer 2015 release. It’s called “So Jelly”. The official release date is June 5th so be sure to check my Facebook page as I will be co-hosting a giveaway for a stamp and die set from the release!
So, without further ado, here is the sneak peek of “So Jelly” stamp set
Lawn Fawn So Jelly Summer 2015 from Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up
One of the owner’s & face of Lawn Fawn, Kelly Marie Alvarez recently revealed to us Lawn Fawn fans that she was battling long term Lyme disease. As a person who suffers from chronic pain I can understand the rollercoaster chronic health issues can be; so I thought I would send her a card to hopefully brighten her day.
When creating the design for this card, I had recently seen the LawnScaping design team challenge for anything ‘pink’. Anyone who knows me knows that pink has been my favorite color since forever, so I thought I would play along – here is what I came up with:
Lawn Fawn Blue Skies Thinking Of You Scripty Sayings card by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up
Here are some tips & tricks that you can use if you would like to make this card as well:
I cut an extra cloud to use as a mask to blend on the color for the sky
Sponge blend some pink ink on the brown polka dot paper to change the white spots to the coordinating pink
A glue pen worked great to apply the glitter to the outside edge of the clouds
Adding a sponged border of pink to the vanilla cardstock strip for the sentiment really brought the embossing sentiment out
The only thing more exciting than Christmas for me is when Lawn Fawn does there releases of new stamps & dies!! The Summer 2015 sneak peeks have started on their blog and I am super excited to share that with you as well!
So, without further ado, here is the sneak peek………………………………………….
Lawn Fawn Finatstic Friends Summer 2015 Sneak Peek with Wendie Bee Stamp Right Up
You will be able to get this adorable stamp set (and matching dies!!) from Scrapbooks By Design (anywhere in Canada) or Lawn Fawn (US & International) starting June 4th. The team at Scrapbooks by Design & I will also be hosting a giveaway for one of the stamp & die sets from the new release so be sure to check out my Facebook page for more details!
I have been a fan of Lawn Fawn for many, many years but I have never had the confidence to enter a challenge with my work.
So I figured now was as good as time as any to get started! After all, practice makes perfect right?
The Lawnscaping challenge is “dimension”: I chose Baked With Love as my primary set for my card. It took me quite a few tries to get it just as I envisioned in my head.
The scripty hugs was die cut from glitter fun foam, which I have been using a lot of lately 😛 See end of post for full list of supplies used.
I appreciate and welcome comments – thanks for stopping by!
Lawn Fawn Baked With Love Lawnscaping Challenge by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up
Lawn Fawn Baked With Love Lawnscaping Challenge by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up – dimensional view
Supplies used for this project: For all Canadian friends, use coupon code wendie10 to save 10% off your order until April 30 2015
I am happy to announce that I am the newest member of the Scrapbooks By Design team! For my first design team post, I created a sequin shaker card using Newton’s Nook stamp set with some Lawn Fawn patterned paper and dies.
I love the look of shaker cards, and I found the perfect way to get the sequins to sit correctly and not get stuck was to use ‘fun foam’ to pop up the window instead of pop dots or foam tape. I used to have trouble with the sequins getting stuck in the corners when I used pop dots or tape – I find those work best for square or rectangle sequin window shakers.
The background I created using a watercolor brush and Lawn Fawn’s Wild Rose ink to match the patterned paper I chose from the 6×6 Let’s Polka Mon Amie paper pad.
I was over the moon happy to learn that my card was chosen as Lawn Fawn’s Facebook Pin of the Day post! I have loved Lawn Fawn for years so I was truly touched to know that they liked my work enough to post it to their fans!!