Hello! Today I’m sharing an adorable Lawn Fawn picnic themed slimline card combining Crazy Antics, Unicorn Picnic, Dandy Day, and more! 🙂

You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at my YouTube channel. A linked supply list can be found at the bottom of this blog post.

Adorable Picnic Slimline Card featuring Lawn Fawn Crazy Antics

I had so much fun mixing and matching these Lawn Fawn stamp sets! Creating a slimline card gives you so much more space to work with. I used several slimline die cuts including Lawn Fawn Large Slimline with Sliders, Small Slimline with Lift the Flaps and Slimline Stitched Hillside Borders.

Adorable Picnic Slimline Card featuring Lawn Fawn Crazy Antics

That’s it for now! Thanks for stopping by today! Sending hugs! Xo

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Hi, all! Today I’m sharing three easy shaker cards using Lawn Fawn Say What? Spring Critters.

You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at my YouTube channel. A linked supply list can be found at the bottom of this blog post.

To create my shaker window, I combined rectangle dies from Heffy Doodle’s Imperial Stitched Rectangles die cut set and Lawn Fawn’s Outside In Stitched Rectangle die cut set.

THREE Easy SHAKER CARDS from Start to Finish Feat. Lawn Fawn Say What? Spring Critters

I used patterned paper from Lawn Fawn’s Dandy Day and Really Rainbow Scallops Petite Paper Packs.

THREE Easy SHAKER CARDS from Start to Finish Feat. Lawn Fawn Say What? Spring Critters

For the sentiment banner, I used the Fancy Wavy Banner die cut set from Lawn Fawn and paired it up with sentiments from their Wavy Sayings stamp set.

THREE Easy SHAKER CARDS from Start to Finish Feat. Lawn Fawn Say What? Spring Critters

I filled each sequin shaker with sequins from Little Things From Lucy’s Cards. Unfortunately, the mixes I used are really old and no longer available. However, I linked to “dupes” in my supply list below.

THREE Easy SHAKER CARDS from Start to Finish Feat. Lawn Fawn Say What? Spring Critters

That’s it for now! Thank you so much for stopping by! Xo ❤️

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Hi, friends! Today I’m excited to share my first card and video tutorial as a Heffy Doodle Design Team Member. In today’s video I’m going to show you how to create an ink blended ombré effect with Heffy Doodle’s Cogs & Code Stencil and their Bots of Love Stamp Set.

First, I die cut a rectangle using the Imperial Stitched Rectangles Die Cut Set. Then, I used Picked Raspberry, Seedless Preserves and Faded Jeans Distress Oxide Ink Pads to create an ombré effect. I like to switch back and forth between the colors to create a smooth gradient. After applying the colors, I went in with Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink and used the Cogs & Code Stencil to create a fun pattern.

Creating An Ink Blended Ombré Effect with Heffy Doodle Cogs & Code Stencil (Heffy Doodle)

The Bots of Love Stamp Set is so adorable! I love those cute robots and the little details like the heart and flower are adorable and make it easy to customize your cards. I stamped and colored the two robots, heart and flower with Copic Sketch Markers.

The Bots of Love Stamp Set is so adorable! I love those cute robots and the little details like the heart and flower are adorable and make it easy to customize your cards. I stamped and colored the two robots, heart and flower with Copic Sketch Markers.

For my sentiment banner, I heat embossed a greeting from the Bots of Love Stamp Set. I used the v-shaped die cuts from the More Strips of Ease Die Cut Set to create a fishtail banner. Finally, I used a Crafter’s Companion Sparkle Pen and Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze to add shimmer and shine to the card.

That’s it for now! Thank you so much for stopping bye. I’ll see you soon! Xo

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Hi, crafty friends! Today I’m part of The Ton’s April 2020 Release Instagram Hop. I’m featuring their Floral Bits stamp set. I had fun making this card and I think it turned out pretty!

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks on how to stamp these flowers FAST!

First, I stamped the flowers from the Floral Bits stamp set from The Ton. I used my MISTI stamping platform and The Ton Couture Color Dye Ink. I have links to all of the colors I used in my supply list at the bottom of this blog post.

Floral Bits Friendship Card (The Ton Instagram Hop) - ANOTHER INNOVATIVE Layered Stamp Set!

I wanted to create a bold and sparkly sentiment. The Bold General Greetings Word Plate die cut set from The Ton is simply perfect for this! I layered it up with Fun Foam to add some dimension and thickness. For the second part of the sentiment, I used the 2d. Ed. Fill It In Sentiments stamp set.

Floral Bits Friendship Card (The Ton Instagram Hop) - ANOTHER INNOVATIVE Layered Stamp Set!

Finally, I finished off this card with Glass Slippers and Violet Sprinkle sequins.

Instagram Hop

We are celebrating The Ton’s April 2020 Release (with delayed shipping – see The Ton‘s post for more details). There’s a ton of inspiration on this hop today and a stamp giveaway to be won!


One winner will be randomly chosen from the comments on the hops and will be announced on The Ton’s Instagram Stories on Friday, April 17. The winner will be able to choose a stamp from their April 2020 Release (excludes 9x12in sets). This giveaway is open to everyone.

That’s it for now! Thank you so much for stopping by. I’ll see you soon. Xo 💜

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Affiliate links are used. That means I earn a small commission when you purchase through my links, with no additional costs to you. Click HERE for more information about my disclosure and affiliation with companies.