Hi, friends! Today I’m sharing a Center Picture Window Card made with Lawn Fawn Die Cuts and their Oh Gnome Stamp Set. πŸ˜„

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks on how to make this clever, fun interactive card design. Don’t be scared, it’s much easier and faster than it looks!

I used the Center Picture Window Card Die Cuts from Lawn Fawn to make this clever interactive design. The Center Picture Window Card Add-On Die Cut Set comes with really fun dies to make these cards even more adorable!

Lawn Fawn Center Picture Window Card with Oh Gnome and Butterfly Kisses Stamp Set

For this card, I combined Lawn Fawn’s Really Rainbow Scallops Petite Paper Pack with their Spring Fling Petite Paper Pack. I love how easy it is to combine their different collections. πŸ’›

Lawn Fawn Center Picture Window Card with Oh Gnome and Butterfly Kisses Stamp Set

I stamped, colored and die cut images from Lawn Fawn’s Oh Gnome! Stamp Set and their Butterfly Kisses Stamp Set. My dad really likes gnomes so I decided to use these designs to create his Father’s Day card! πŸ™‚

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

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Hi, all! A couple of weeks ago, I ordered adorable stamps, die cuts and patterned paper from Sunny Studio’s Summer 2019 Release. You can see the entire release HERE. So many cute designs! πŸ™‚

For today’s card, I’m combining four different stamp sets from Sunny Studio: Beach Babies, Fabulous Flamingos, Sending Sunshine and Coastal Cuties. I simply love how you can create different scenes by combining these sets.

First, I stamped and colored the images with Copic Sketch Markers. After die cutting them, I created my beach scene with Neenah Desert Storm Card Stock for the sand and Summer Splash Patterned Paper from Sunny Studio for the ocean and waves.

Beach Scene with Patterned Paper and Sunny Studio Stamps

I adhered the card stock and patterned paper on white card stock and used a stitched rectangle die cut to create a clean stitched frame. This little scene came together so quickly!

Beach Scene with Patterned Paper and Sunny Studio Stamps

Next, I adhered all of the colored images with foam squares and a Tonic Nuvo Smooth Precision Adhesive Pen. Finally, I added sparkle with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen and a coat of Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze.

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

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Hi, friends! On Monday, my crafty friend Marika visited me. We made a card together and had so much fun. πŸ˜„ We decided to make a Springtime Shaker Card with Hello Bluebird Stamps and Dies along with two terrific stencils from My Favorite Things.

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks on how to make this card.

First, I stamped and colored images from the Springtime and McGregor’s Garden Stamp Sets from Hello Bluebird. Like I mentioned in the video, my coloring technique is beginner friendly and super fun to do!

Springtime Shaker Card with Hello Bluebird Stamps

Next, I created a scene with the Mini Cloud Edges Stencil from My Favorite Things along with their Grassy Edges Stencil. Of course I used Distress Oxide Inks to do the blending. These inks are such a joy to work with! 😍

Springtime Shaker Card with Hello Bluebird Stamps

Afterwards, I made the frame for my shaker using a die cut from the Stitched Rectangles Die Cut Set from Lawn Fawn. This time I used Scotch Foam Mounting Tape to add dimension instead of Fun Foam and liquid adhesive. However, both ways work! Finally, I filled up the shaker with the Pink Lemonade Couture Mix from The Ton along with Sparkling Clear and Lime Sorbet Sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.

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

Happy Friday, friends! πŸ’› Today I’m here with a brand new card and some tips on how to use your scraps of patterned paper. I’m also entering this card into the 51th Lawn Fawnatics Challenge. πŸ˜„ This sketch challenge inspired me!

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First, I stamped, colored and die cut images from the Oh Gnome! and Butterfly Kisses Stamp Set from Lawn Fawn. I love to combine different Lawn Fawn sets together! There are so many possibilities. 😍

Using Scraps of Patterned Paper & Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 51

Next, I did some creative masking and ink blending with Mowed Lawn and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Inks. The Grassy Border Die Cut from Lawn Fawn is simply perfect for this.

Finally, I combined scraps of patterned paper from various Lawn Fawn paper pads including the discontinued Perfectly Plaid: Spring and Let’s Polka collection. However, the beautiful Spring Fling Petite Paper Pack is still available. Phew! πŸ˜„

That’s it for now. Thanks so much for stopping by. I’ll see you soon! 😘

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