How about that fabulous Lawn Fawn Summer Release?! I am loving it, and I bought almost the entire thing! Today I’m featuring both brand new and older Lawn Fawn (LF) sets; the “brand new” I have for you today is the cute mini set, Duh-nuh. There are also a ton of older LF products being used, and they are all listed in the Supply List at the end of the post. All of the images are stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto X-Press IT Paper, and colored with Copics. I painted several of the images with my Zig Clear Wink of Stella, and added Glossy Accents to the fish’s air bubbles. The final touch was adding Pretty Pink Posh Cobalt cupped sequins in 4mm & 6mm. Thanks for stopping by, happy crafting, and stay tuned for Thursday, June 1st, when I’ll have a nice announcement to share!
I had to make 2 completely different cards yesterday; one for my friends who are Expecting (YAY!!), and one for my Aunt & Uncle who unexpectedly lost their daughter, my cousin; talk about complete opposites. And actually, you could say that the card making was actually a therapy for me, as I’m grieving my wonderful cousin that we have lost way too soon. Let’s start with the happy card! For this one, I pulled out a sweet old Lawn Fawn set, Plus One, and it’s coordinating die set. All the other dies used for this card are also Lawn Fawn; you can see them in the supply list at the end. I colored the image with Copic Sketch markers. The sequins are Pretty Pink Posh cupped sequins: Cornflower 4mm & Pink Blush 6mm. For my condolences card, I pulled out a favorite Altenew set of mine, Extra Special. It stamps beautifully, and the image is just so pretty. I stamped the purples with the inks from Altenew’s Shades of Purple ink set. The greens are from Altenew’s Tropical Forest ink set. Thanks for stopping by, and hug your loved one real tight <3
Ah, the My Favorite Things card kits… they’re a wonderful thing! I’m featuring their latest kit, No Place Like Home, for you today!
I created 2 cards, and it was so fun just die-cutting and gluing to create 2 adorable scenes.I brought in MFT scalloped frames for each scene, and they finished the cards off perfectly. This kit is so fun! Make sure you check out these 3 posts on the MFT blog that have more great projects featuring this set – here, here, and here! Have a wonderful day, crafters! ~Valerie