Posts Tagged ‘Lawn Fawn’

Stud Muffin

Sunday, June 16th, 2019

Dawn here, from the little mennonite blog, with a “stud muffin” card for you today.


Using a blue and orange alcohol ink, alcohol ink on vellum. Let dry. Stamp Hero Arts’ muffin with Tim Holtz Alcohol Lift Pad. Wait 8 mins and then wipe off lifted ink. Cut out vellum muffin and white card stock muffin.

Using Quinn’s ABCs die cut the word “hello” out of shinny craft foam. Die cut the word “stud” with Memory Box letter dies. Also die cut blue Lawn Fawn Fancy Wavy Banner.

Assemble the hello banner and then adhere to vellum. Flip vellum over and add adhesive to the vellum where the banner will cover. Adhere to white card stock. Add the word “stud.”

All A-Boat You!

Friday, June 14th, 2019

Happy Friday!! Laurie here to share a super fun, shaped card using some of the new release from Lawn Fawn! Making shaped cards is one of my favourite things to do and is so easy!

I started by stamping images from the new Smooth Sailing Stamp Set and coloured them up with my alcohol markers. I used the co-ordinating dies to cute each image out. I also thought that the sun from the Happy Village Stamp Set would look cute on this card as well!

The card base itself was made by die cutting the largest circle in the Fancy Scalloped Circles Dies from Lawn Fawn two times. Simply score one of the die cuts approx 3/4 inch from the top, add your adhesive of choice and stick together!

To add to my scene, I used the new Simple Stitched Wavy Borders to create the waves. I used Broken China Distress Ink on the water and Tumbled Glass for the sky.

I added the circle shape onto my fancy card base. Only a couple of the images are adhered with foam adhesive. This is actually quite a flat card. I manipulated the sentiment stamp to fit onto one of the Simple Wavy Banner Dies and used a red ink to stamp.

I added a sparkly star to one of the sails and a few clear sequins. And this card is done!! I hope you enjoyed this nautical, shaped card!

Have a great day!!


Thank Ewe!

Saturday, May 25th, 2019

Hi Everyone. It’s Susan with some Thank Ewe cards to share with you.

Some days you have cards you have to make but you’re not feeling well so what do you do? When that happens to me which it did this past week, I make simple cards. And while you’ve got your supplies out why not make a few? I made 5 and it probably took me all of 30 minutes to make them. I think they’re really cute and when you’ve got a great stamp set like the one I used – Tim Holtz Funny Farm set – you can’t help but make cute cards.

The trick to clean and simple cards is to do the following:
1) use minimal supplies
2) have a lot of ‘white’ space – or one color
3) have a main focus
and of course…
4) keep it simple
I added a bit of texture to the card above on the left with some embossing paste – it looks like sheep wool – or at least it’s supposed to haha
The card on the right has the simplest of simple coloring with my prismacolor pencils.
The card in the middle has zero coloring but uses the inside piece of the chunky blue frame from the card in the first pic popped up with some craft foam and the sentiment is also popped up with some craft foam.

To make the big chunky frames I used the largest and the second largest dies from the Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables from Lawn Fawn. The pic below shows how I positioned them. I ran them through my die-cutting machine and…

…you get two pieces you can use. The big chunky frame and the smaller piece that I used as well.

To add some color I used Faded Jeans, Fossilized Amber and Peeled Paint Distress Oxide inks. I used a blending tool to add the ink. It looks like a mess in the pic above but when you add the chunky frame it cleans it all up. Check out the pic below.

And now I have 5 thank ewe cards I can send out.

Happy Stamping

and thanks so much for visiting!

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