These were quick and easy, and they work well when everyone's name starts with a different letter. 🙂 Materials used: Lawn Fawn Louie's ABCs Lawn Fawn Stitched Snowflakes Lawn Fawn Stitched Scalloped Circles dies Stitched Circle dies Lawn Fawn Chili Pepper cardstock White cardstock (from stash) Hole punch
This month I finally, finally got my first Copic markers to play with! I had held off because of the price, but I was having trouble coloring anything brown with my old markers. It took a lot of research to figure out where to start and which colors to buy, but I've found that after… Continue reading Oh snap!
Just the cutest little card ever! I cannot wait to make more cards with this set! This is the Coaster Critters set from Lawn Fawn and I think it's just adorable. I did have a hard time figuring out some of the layering, with how to angle certain pieces and what order to put them… Continue reading A Thrilling Coaster Card
I really love the way this birthday card turned out! I cut a piece of Mermaid cardstock with Honey Bee A7 Scallop Frames, and layered on a piece of patterned paper from Echo Park that was cut with Honey Bee Double Stitched Frames. I then cut a stitched circle out of some patterned paper from… Continue reading Have A Sweet Birthday
Just a simple card I made a couple weeks ago: This was made with the Spellbinders Die D-Lites Robots dies and some shiny paper I had in my stash. I love how you can mix and match the heads, bodies, arms, etc of the robots to make different kinds. The background is the Polka Heart… Continue reading I love you a bot
This card was inspired by Cards By Christine. 😊 This was my first time using the Fairy Friends stamp set from Lawn Fawn and it is just too cute. I blended some Spun Sugar ink on Puffy Clouds borders and layered some vellum to add to the airy effect. I originally wanted to add some… Continue reading New Baby Girl Card
Today I'm sharing a fun birthday card I made recently. This is from Lawn Fawn's "Loveable Legends" stamp set and I just love it. To make this card, I took Cilantro cardstock and stamped a bunch of trees for the background using Mowed Lawn and Crushed Olive inks. The tree stamp is part of the… Continue reading You’re A Legend