This card is so pretty in person! The light catches the holographic paper and the metallic paint splatters and it's just hypnotizing to look at. This was a design by Jessica Frost Ballas that I recreated. It's great for a congratulations card, New Year's, wedding, birthday, so many occasions! Materials used: Large Stitched Rectangles Distress… Continue reading Scripty Cheers
I'm so proud of how this turned out! And extra so because it was my own idea and not something I was recreating. 😊 I actually made 2 of these, one in blue and one in green. I hope they're kept to display at least for a little while! Materials used: Platform Pop UpFlower Market… Continue reading Graduation Platform Pop Up
This library card stamp is an old retired set from Lawn Fawn. I had been feeling like I wouldn't find a good way to use it but I saw this design and thought it would be perfect to recreate. That patterned paper in the background is also one I had a hard time finding a… Continue reading Check This Out
The rectangles used for this were: Outermost layer in Guava cardstock: largest of the Large Stitched Rectangles Second layer in rainbow paper: largest of the Small Stitched Rectangles Third layer in yellow: second smallest of the Large Stitched Rectangles Fourth and and smallest layer: second smallest of the Outside In Stitched Rectangle Stackables Materials used:… Continue reading Bun in the Oven
I wasn't sure if I should even post this card because it's so simple but I like having a record of my cards, and I do still like it. I like how this set fits on the slimline card but I wish I would've done some partial die cutting to extend the length of the… Continue reading Theater Retirement Card
This card was inspired by a super cute card made by Jessica on the Lawn Fawn team! I didn't have the exact "congratulations" die she used so I used my Scripty Congrats die instead. I use my Scripty dies ALL the time and I think they're such a great pop on a card! You can… Continue reading Happy New Home!
This is my new favorite wedding card, for sure. It's just so CUTE! This was inspired by a card made by Grace on the Lawn Fawn Design Team. Hers was a shaker card which also looked really great, but I kept mine a little more simple. Seriously, how adorable are these toast pieces in their… Continue reading A Toast To You
This is a slightly simplified version of a card I've made in the past. I always love having a treasure map border with this stamp set, and this time I kept the sand basic and added a sun from the Reveal Wheel Circle Add On. Materials used: Lawn Fawn Large Stitched RectanglesLawn Fawn Kraft cardstockDistress… Continue reading For A New Adventure
I couldn't resist creating another beach scene! I recently got the Lawn Fawn Flamingo Together stamp set and I just had to use it. 😊 They look so cute and I have so many ideas for how I want to use them on more cards in the future. I also really love the seagulls in… Continue reading More Retirement Fun
I love the way this turned out! The colors are bright and fun and the clouds have that cartoon quality to them. The couple receiving this card has 2 black cats so I had to represent them with the cat by the door. 😊 I love using Lawn Fawn's woodgrain cardstock for things like this… Continue reading Mushroom Housewarming Card
I added shadow to the banner with an N2 copic marker, blended out with the colorless blender Materials used: Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Backstop: LandscapeLawn Fawn Leafy Tree Backdrop: LandscapeLawn Fawn cardstock: Cilantro, Chocolate BarBlue paper from stashLawn Fawn Jalapeno inkLawn Fawn Let's Go NutsLawn Fawn Hello BabyLawn Fawn BannertasticLawn Fawn Riley's ABCsLawn Fawn Jump… Continue reading Happy Squirrels
I first made this card back in September 2019 and I had been looking forward to making it again. This time I gave it a few upgrades with better sky and grass ink blending. Next time I'd like to add a little more to it to fill up the sky a bit, but I still… Continue reading A Birthday Chameleon
I. Love. This. Set. It's no surprise that this set has become a quick favorite of mine. I love anything to do with mysteries, treasure maps, and adventure, and this set captures that essence so cutely. No joke - it took me THREE WEEKS to make this card. I struggled with the layout a lot… Continue reading Ahoy, matey!
I made this happy card for a friend who just got their Master's degree! Materials used: Lawn Fawn cardstock: Cilantro, Sunflower, Chocolate Bar, Sugarplum, Guava Lawn Fawn Birch Trees die Lawn Fawn Puffy Clouds Border Lawn Fawn Bunting Borders Lawn Fawn Simple Grassy Hillsides Lawn Fawn Jalapeno ink Picket fence blending brushes Tumbled Glass distress… Continue reading You are owlsome
I was so excited to make a more "rare occasion" card! Materials used: Lawn Fawn polka heart backdrop Lawn Fawn Reverse Stitched Scalloped Window die Lawn Fawn shimmer cardstock in pastel Lawn Fawn Happy Wedding stamp and die set Lawn Fawn Scripty Congrats die Copic markers Judikins clear sparkle embossing powder Glossy accents Embossing ink… Continue reading A simple engagement card