I just couldn't wait to make another pop up box! The scenes are so fun to build in 3D. 😊 Materials used: Lawn Fawn Scalloped Box Pop Up CardLawn Fawn cardstock: MoonstoneDistress oxide inks: Tumbled Glass, Broken China, Shabby Shutters, Mowed LawnLawn Fawn Grassy BorderLawn Fawn Crazy AnticsLawn Fawn Butterfly Kisses
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
To make the Tiki Bar on this card, I followed the instructions by Tammy Stark from the Lawn Fawn Design Team. (She comes up with such great ideas!) I adjusted the measurements to end up with a smaller hut so that it would fit on a 5x7 card. I'll include my changes below. To read… Continue reading A Relaxing Retirement Card
We recently hosted a couple friends in our backyard for a socially distant, outdoor movie night (big screen rental and all!) I wanted to share a quick photo of the concessions stand, since I used my wonderful craft supplies to add to the fun! Treat boxes: Scalloped Treat Box from Lawn Fawn Tiny Tags Tiny… Continue reading Movie Night Party Decor
It didn't take long for me to make another card with this set! This time I added a treasure map border: I'm much happier with how improved this card is even from the one I just made last month. The sand and waves have ink blended on the edges to give them more dimension and… Continue reading Ahoy, Matey! Part 2
This was my first time using the Mushroom House die and I like how it turned out for the most part. I followed a design by Nichol Spohr but made some changes. I felt like this card needed a little something more but nothing seemed right so I just left it with the house alone.… Continue reading Mushroom House
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!