Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Snowflakes Christmas card with Avery Elle

Hello there!
I'm popping here today with a Christmas card featuring the gorgeous Snowflakes stamps and dies. This set is perfect to create a lot of different cards and try different techniques.


I started by stamping the snowflakes with Versamark ink on vellum and then heat emboss them.
I used the Wonky Stitched dies to cut my base panel, I wanted a watercolor background for my card so I took some Distress inks, rubbed the ink pads on my acrylic block, added water and then I just used them like regular watercolors, adding different colors in different layers to achieve that effect.


Then, I used a Perfect Pearls spray on top to add some shine and adhered the sentiment and snowflakes. Finally, I adhered my panel to a white card base and the card was done. So fun! :)
I hope you like it!

Have an amazing day!

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Monday, October 16, 2017

Stitched Hillside Backdrop & Perfectly Plaid Chill - Lawn Fawn October inspiration week

Hello!

Welcome to another post of the Lawn Fawn inspiartion week! Today I'm sharing another two projects that I hope you like!


My first project is a sweet Christmas card featuring Stitched Hillside Backdrop, I love Christmas cards with pastel colors (well, it seems I say this about every traditional and non-traditional Christmas color combos so let's say I love Christmas cards. dot. lol)
The thing is that I wanted to create a dreamy snowy scene and what a better main character than the little and cute Winter Unicorn?


I used the lovely Watercolor Wishes paper collection and added some golden touches with heat embossing, nuvo golden mousse and a little bow.


My second project features Perfectly Plaid Chill papers and I decided to make a Thanksgiving project because I realized a big lack of Fall projects between my creations this year!
So I used the Tiny Gift Box die to create little gift boxes-thanksgiving place cards all in one. I thought it would be a super nice idea to include a little gift for everyone inside a cute place card and table decoration.


I colored the little mice with Copics, stamped the names with different Lawn Fawn inks and heat emboss the frames with gold embossing powder. A pair of colorful leaves and it's done! :)


I hope you like my projects, don't forget to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for tons pf inspiration, videos and giveaways!

Thanks for stopping by, big hugs!!

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Sunday, October 15, 2017

Stitched Ornaments & Winter Otter - Lawn Fawn October inspiration week

Hi there!

It's Lawn Fawn October inspiration week! Yay!


I have two projects to share with you today, two different styles but both are shaker cards, hehe!

My first card features Stitched Ornaments dies and I used the negative space of the dies (that leaves a gorgeous stitched outline) to create two shakers. I used a mix of gold and white sequins to fill them because I wanted to keep my color combo to white-gold-teal.


I die cut my sentiment using Winter Big Scripty Words from a glittery golden cardstock that adds a lot of shine to the card. I also used some pieces of paper from Perctly Plaid Chill for the teal details.


My second card features Winter Otter mini set, I LOVE this mini!! I decided to create a shaker on the water with sequins, chunky glitter and other shiny elements and add the otters picking here and there.
I colored everything with watercolors and added the sentiment with a word bubble from an old set, A Birdie Told Me.


I created this shaker with my Fuse Tool so the card keeps quite flat but the sequins and glitter still move freely.


I hope you like this projects! Don't forget to visit the Lawn Fawn blog for lots of inspiration with these Lawn Fawn products and much more!

Thanks for stopping by, have a nice Sunday!

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