Hi friends! Today I’m sharing a Lawn Fawn slider card featuring the brand new Really High Five Stamp Set. I combined it with Butterfly Kisses, one of my favorite Lawn Fawn sets ever!

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks. 😄

First, I stamped and colored images from the Really High Five and Butterfly Kisses Set from Lawn Fawn. 😍 Aren’t these two sets a match made in heaven? I love those little butterflies combined with the confetti!

Lawn Fawn Slider Card Feat. NEW Really High Five Stamp Set

Next, I did a lot of die cutting using the Slide On Over, Grassy Border and Outside In Stitched Rectangles Die Cut Sets. For the grass, I used Lawn Fawn Cilantro Card Stock and for the background I used patterned paper from their new Hello Sunshine Remix Paper Pack.

Lawn Fawn Slider Card Feat. NEW Really High Five Stamp Set

To finish off my card, I went in with a Spectrum Noir Shimmer Pen and a coat of Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze. Of course I also used my favorite White Blizzard Glitter Drops from Tonic Studios.

That’s it for now! Thanks so much for stopping by. Sending hugs! Xoxo 💗

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Hi, friends! Today I’m sharing an adorable birthday card made with Lawn Fawn’s brand new A Bug Deal Stamp Set. I combined this new set with some of their older sets! I love doing that.

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks.

First, I stamped and colored images from the A Bug Deal Stamp Set. Then, I combined it with stamps from Butterfly Kisses and On The Beach. One thing I like the most about Lawn Fawn is the fact that you can easily combine older collections with new products.

How To Make A Birthday Card With NEW Lawn Fawn Stamps (A Bug Deal)

After die cutting the images, I used the Lawn Fawn Hillside Stencils to create a grassy hill with Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide Ink. These stencils have a positive and negative side which makes them great for masking and stenciling. I used the stencil to mask off my colored grassy hill and then went in with the Mini Cloud Edges Stencil from My Favorite Things to create a cloudy background.

For the sentiment, I did some heat embossing with Versamark and WOW Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder. Finally I finished off my card with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen, Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze and Tonic Nuvo White Blizzard Glitter Drops.

That’s it for now! Thanks for stopping by. I’ll see you soon! Xoxo 💗

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Merry Christmas, my dear crafty friends! 🎅🏻 I hope all of you are enjoying this holiday with family and loved ones. Today I decided to step away from the Christmas/New Year cards and created a super colorful birthday card with Mama Elephant and Lawn Fawn products. 🌈

Make sure to watch the video below for step-by-step instructions and tips!

First, I die cut the Reveal Wheel card front out of white card stock. The reason why I did this, is because I wanted the stitched lines of my colored image to match the stitched lines of the reveal wheel perfectly. 😊

Rainbow Birthday Reveal Wheel Card Feat. Lawn Fawn & Mama Elephant Goodies

Next, I colored the big Birthday Bash stamp from Mama Elephant with Copic Sketch Markers. I used the coordinating die cut to cut the image out.

Rainbow Birthday Reveal Wheel Card Feat. Lawn Fawn & Mama Elephant Goodies

To create the Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel, I used the brand new Square Add-On along with the matching template. I also combined patterned paper by using the Spiffy Speckles and Really Rainbow Petite Paper Packs. I love those bright colors!

Rainbow Birthday Reveal Wheel Card Feat. Lawn Fawn & Mama Elephant Goodies

To finish off this card, I adhered adorable enamel hearts from Doodlebug, a few sequins and I also applied Tonic Nuvo White Blizzard Glitter Drops. I used the Lawn Fawn Glue Tube for the first time and so far I really like it!

Rainbow Birthday Reveal Wheel Card Feat. Lawn Fawn & Mama Elephant Goodies

That’s it for now! I hope you enjoyed today’s card making video tutorial. I’ll be back soon. Big hugs!! Xoxo 💗

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Happy Monday, friends! Today I’m sharing a pirate themed Magic Picture Changer card featuring Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. And… I’m also showcasing my brand new film lighting (Daylight Lumi Task E35500 Lamp). Yay! 😄

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks. Interested in the supplies I used in the video? Scroll all the way down for a linked supply list!

I created the Magic Picture Changer Card using the die cut set from Lawn Fawn. I also used the Add-On Set to create a nice frame. These kind of die cut sets are a great way to use up your patterned paper. I used the Spiffy Speckles Paper Pad and the Really Rainbow Scallops Paper Pad.

Pirate Themed MAGIC PICTURE CHANGER Feat. Lawn Fawn Stamps & Dies!

What I love the most about Lawn Fawn is the fact that all of their sets can be combined so easily! For this card I combined the Ahoy Matey, On the Beach and even the spring-themed Butterfly Kisses set all together.

Pirate Themed MAGIC PICTURE CHANGER Feat. Lawn Fawn Stamps & Dies!

For the sentiment, I used the Fancy Wavy Banner Die Cuts and the Wavy Sayings Stamp Set. This set comes with some really good greetings that you can use on any type of card. 🙂

Pirate Themed MAGIC PICTURE CHANGER Feat. Lawn Fawn Stamps & Dies!

To finish off the card, I added some sparkle with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen. You know how much I like this pen! I use it aaaaaall the time.

That’s it for now. Thank you so much for stopping by! Sending big hugs. ❤️

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