Happy Friday, friends! 💛 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. 😄 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! 😄

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

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Hi, friends! I hope you all had a wonderful, sunny Easter weekend. 🐣🐰 The past couple of days I’ve made a lot of cards with Tonic’s 21st Craft Kit – Distress Details. Guess what? I didn’t use a single stamp to create all five of these!

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For the first two cards, I used the Distressed Stencil that comes with the kit along with the Boatyard Blue Expanding Mousse and Soft Truffle Embellishment Mousse. Applying these mousses with a Nuvo Blending Sponge is so easy and fun to do!

FIVE Cards, ONE Kit, NO Stamps! (Tonic Studios Craft Kit 21 - Distress Detail)

Next, I decided to get create with some of the dies from the Distressed Edge & Tag Die Cut Set. I made my own stencil with masking paper and added a fun pop of color with the tiny flower dies. To finish off these little flowers, I applied Dirty Bronze Crystal Drops, Belgium Bluestone and Fiery Volcano Stone Drops.

FIVE Cards, ONE Kit, NO Stamps! (Tonic Studios Craft Kit 21 - Distress Detail)

Finally, I made an elegant gold card with the big rose die from the Distressed Edge & Tag Die Cut Set. I used one of the beautiful specialty papers that comes with the kit and combined it with White Blizzard Glitter Drops.

Distressed Edge & Tag Die Cut Set.

That’s it for now. I hope you enjoyed today’s video tutorial and all of the cards. Thank you so much for stopping by! Sending big hugs! 💛😘

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Hi, friends! Today I’m sharing a super fun interactive card featuring the spectacular Magic Picture Changer Die Cut Set from Lawn Fawn along with their Oh Gnome Stamp Set.

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First, I stamped two adorable scenes using the Oh Gnome Stamp Set from Lawn Fawn. I did some creative masking to add dimension. After coloring the images with Copic Sketch Markers, I used the Magic Picture Changer Die Cut Set to create my interactive card.

Lawn Fawn Magic Picture Changer & Oh Gnome Stamp Set

To decorate the front of my Magic Picture Changer, I used the Magic Picture Changer Add-On Die Cut Set and Spring Fling Patterned Paper. For the sentiment banner, I used the Fancy Wavy Banner Die Cut Set along with the Wavy Sayings Stamp Set.

I used the Stitched Rectangles Die Cut Set from Lawn Fawn to finish off this card. I simply die cut two rectangles: one out of white card stock and one out of patterned paper. Notice that I sticked to the same color scheme/patterns for this entire card! 😄 I like a cohesive look. Hehe!

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

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