This was my first attempt using the new Waving Pull Tab from Lawn Fawn. It was a little tougher than it should have been because I wanted my bear to be lower on the card, so I couldn't use the placement template that the waving element comes with. (There's a little plastic piece that helps… Continue reading Snow Angel Using Lawn Fawn’s Waving Pull Tab
Materials used: Lawn Fawn Large Stitched RectanglesLawn Fawn Knit Picky petite paper packLawn Fawn Mini SnowflakesLawn Fawn Stitched Scalloped Rectangle FramesLawn Fawn Winter BunnyCopic markersLawn Fawn Stitched Hillside BordersDistress oxide ink: Tumbled GlassNuvo crystal drops in Simply WhiteLawn Fawn Fancy Wavy BannersLawn Fawn sparkle cardstock Pixie DustLawn Fawn Snow Much Fun (for the sentiment)
Materials used: Lawn Fawn Large Stitched RectanglesLawn Fawn Knit Picky petite paper pack (retired)Nestabilities Fancy Edged OvalsLawn Fawn cardstock: Noble FirWhite sparkle emboss powder from AmazonSanta Die D-lites from SpellbindersSnow markerBlack glaze gel penCopic markers (I used C00 in the beard to bring dimension)Lawn Fawn Everyday Sentiment BannersSimon Says Stamp Fa La La Making Spirits… Continue reading A Snow Marker For Santa
To make the ice, I blended Tumbled Glass distress oxide ink and then covered it with Gina K glitz glitter gel. Then I added glossy accents over the whole thing (which probably would've been easier if I had done it after adding the mice, but it still worked out!) Materials used: Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside… Continue reading A Glittery Ice Skating Pond
I liked the simplicity of this card but I ended up feeling like I should've gone with a different sky color. I wanted to try something other than blue but I think blue would've actually looked nice here. I wanted to... branch out. (I couldn't help myself 😊) I also had issues with my embossing… Continue reading Season’s Tweetings
This was my first Christmas/holiday/winter card of the season, and it set the bar high. I love how it turned out! As soon as I finished it, I knew that I was going to want all my holiday cards to have this much (or more) sparkle. This was inspired by Yainea on the Lawn Fawn… Continue reading Alpaca Winter Card
Materials used: (all Lawn Fawn) Say What Gift TagsSay What Christmas CrittersCardstock: Noble Fir, Chili Pepper, SunflowerReally Rainbow petite paper packWinter Tiny TagsReally Rainbow Christmas (retired)White sparkle emboss powder from AmazonLobster ink
This is my last Christmas card to share for the year! I made this cute and simple Santa card: This was my first time using the amazing snow pen to add texture to Santa's hat, and it got away from me a little bit and caused a mishap on his forehead. I decided to just… Continue reading Santa Card
Materials used: Lawn Fawn Cheery Christmas Lawn Fawn Forest Border Lawn Fawn Mini Snowflakes Honey Bee Double Stitched Frames Honey Bee A7 Scallops Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders Copic markers
I had lots of fun making this Christmas card with the Ho Ho Holidays set from Lawn Fawn! I made the background by cutting some navy blue cardstock I had on hand with the Snowy Backdrop from Lawn Fawn. I layered some sparkle cardstock behind it that I had in my stash so that the… Continue reading Happy Ho Ho Holidays!
I saw this card posted by Kara Lynne for Lawn Fawn and I just HAD to make my own! The mice are too cute and I just think it was a genius idea to take off their skates and have them baking up some treats! I don't normally make cards that require so much masking… Continue reading Mice on Ice Baking Card
These were quick and easy, and they work well when everyone's name starts with a different letter. 🙂 Materials used: Lawn Fawn Louie's ABCs Lawn Fawn Stitched Snowflakes Lawn Fawn Stitched Scalloped Circles dies Stitched Circle dies Lawn Fawn Chili Pepper cardstock White cardstock (from stash) Hole punch
This month I finally, finally got my first Copic markers to play with! I had held off because of the price, but I was having trouble coloring anything brown with my old markers. It took a lot of research to figure out where to start and which colors to buy, but I've found that after… Continue reading Oh snap!