This was (another) card by Lawn Fawn Design Team member Grace that I just had to recreate! I love the colors she chose and I think the layout with the different hills is fun. Usually by the time I mail out a card I've seen it long enough that I'm ready to give it to… Continue reading Big Thanks Card Recreation
This is an old design by Chari on the Lawn Fawn Design Team but I just loved the pink leaves on the corners and had to remake it. I had a hard time positioning the monkey so that he wasn't blocking the letters of the Thanks die, and if I make this card again I… Continue reading Thanks A Bunch Card Recreation
How cute are these? They're just the perfect thing to add to a gift for a teacher! I made 12 in total and now I'm wishing I made 13 so I could keep one for myself! I just really like the way the chalkboard turned out. I followed the technique in the Lawn Fawn intro… Continue reading Teacher Appreciation Gifts
I cannot emphasize enough how much I love this teapot stamp. It makes no sense because I have never been a tea drinker, but I just think it's so cute. This is from a retired Lawn Fawn set called Best Pun Ever that I was fortunate enough to buy used. I originally was interested in… Continue reading A Tea-riffic Card (Or Two!)
This was the first A7 card I've made in a very long time. The color scheme and layout were inspired by the awesome Chari Moss from Lawn Fawn. She made a card like this that said "We Belong Together" at the bottom, with different pairs of things in the circles. I loved the colors and… Continue reading A Sweet Thank You
I wasn't sure how I felt about this card. I still have a hard time choosing prints to go together sometimes so half of me thinks it's ok and the other half doesn't know. I was also completely done with the card and then I got a teeny tiny drop of water on the edge,… Continue reading Thank You Note
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!