Happy Saturday, friends! Today I’m super excited because I’m joining Cloud9 Crafts to celebrate their First Anniversary! Yay! 😄 To celebrate, I’m hosting a GIVEAWAY! Make sure to keep on reading for more information.

In today’s video, I’m using an oldie but goodie set from Lawn Fawn to create a cute penguin winter wonderland holiday card!

First, I stamped and colored images from the Toboggan Together and Yeti Or Not Set from Lawn Fawn. I used Copic Sketch Markers to color and the coordinating dies to cut the images out.

Next, I used the Stitched Mountain Borders and the Stitched Hillside Borders Die Cuts from Lawn Fawn. I went in with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink to add a little bit of subtle shadows.

Finally, I applied sparkle with a Lawn Fawn Glitter Pen. Of course I also went in with Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze for an extra coat of dimension and shine.

Giveaway!

To celebrate Cloud9 Crafts‘ First Anniversary, Yuki (the owner) and I decided to give away TWO custom Cloud9 Crafts Card Kits. That means that two winners will each win a card kit that contains one stamp set with coordinating die cuts, one 6×6 paper pad, one glitter embellishment and five Distress Oxide Ink Pads. All of these products are of winner’s choice! 

You can enter the giveaway on my Instagram page. Simply follow to the rules over there. This giveaway is open to European residents only (I’m sorry, non-EU folks!) and I’ll announce the winner on my Instagram Story next Thursday, October 3rd. Good luck! 🍀

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Hi, friends! Today I’m back with another card and video tutorial. This year I’m making Christmas cards way earlier than the past years because I want to make sure I have plenty to send out to family and friends! 😄

In today’s video I’m showing my favorite ways to add sparkle and to embellish cards. What are YOUR favorite ways to do so?

First, I stamped and colored images from the Absotoothly Awesome and Elfish Antics Stamp Sets from Heffy Doodle. I loved combining these two sets together!

I used the Foursquare Backdrop Die from Lawn Fawn and old Let’s Bokeh in the Snow Patterned Paper (discontinued 😓) to create fun little scenes with the colored images. Doesn’t that look adorable?

To add sparkle to my cards, I used a Zig Wink of Stella Glitter Marker and a coat of Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze. Best combo ever! I also used Silver Crystals Glitter Drops and of course some sequins from Pretty Pink Posh and The Ton.

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

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Hello, friends! Sorry I haven’t shared a card in a while. The past couple of days I’ve been busy making cards for upcoming blog hops in October and of course I’ve also been job hunting! I’m still looking for a good job as a kindergarten teacher, but it’s not easy finding one.

Anyway, today I’m sharing a spooky Halloween Center Picture Window Card featuring Lawn Fawn products. I love mixing and matching Lawn Fawn products so much! 😍 Make sure to watch the video below to catch all of my tips and tricks.

I stamped and colored images from the Spooky Village Set from Lawn Fawn. I like how small these images are! It makes them perfect to use with their interactive dies.

Lawn Fawn Spooky Halloween Center Picture Window Card

For the inside of the Center Picture Window Card, I created a pretty Distress Oxide Ink blend with Carved Pumpkin, Picked Raspberry and Seedless Preserves. I splattered on some silver and black Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolors. 🎃

Lawn Fawn Spooky Halloween Center Picture Window Card

I assembled the Center Picture Window Card using the base set and also the add-on to create pretty stitched panels for the outside and inside of the card. This time I worked with the Spiffy Speckles Paper Pad from Lawn Fawn.

Lawn Fawn Spooky Halloween Center Picture Window Card

For extra sparkle, I went in with a Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Pen. The amount of sparkle this little pen gives you is insane! It’s my new favorite.

PS: I’m entering this card into the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 60: Create a Scene! It’s been a while since I entered a challenge. 😄

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

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Happy Friday, friends! A couple of days ago, I asked my Instagram followers to help me pick my card making supplies. You voted for the Yeti Or Not Set and the Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up Die Cuts.

I used these products to create a frosty winter scene. Too early? I don’t think so. 🙊 I’m really looking forward to winter so I really enjoyed making this card.

First, I stamped and colored images from the Yeti Or Not Set from Lawn Fawn. I used the coordinating die cuts to cut them all out at once. I also heat embossed the snowflakes from the set on vellum. Using kitchen flour is a great way to remove any static cling and give you a crisp embossed image!

My Instagram Followers Design My Card! (Lawn Fawn Yeti Or Not Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up)

I assembled the Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up from Lawn Fawn and used lots of patterned paper with it. Sadly enough, this paper pack isn’t available for purchase anymore. 😔

My Instagram Followers Design My Card! (Lawn Fawn Yeti Or Not Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up)

For my sentiment, I used the Fancy Wavy Banner Die Cuts and the brand new Winter Wavy Sayings Stamp Set from Lawn Fawn. I finished off the card by adhering the vellum snowflakes with Silicone Foam Tape (THIS STUFF IS SO GOOD!!!). I also used my new favorite shimmer pen to apply glitter to the images. 😍

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

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