Crafting frenzy with the new Lawn Fawn material

As soon as I got the Lawn Fawn fall-winter 2019 stamps, dies, paper, etc. I knew I just had to make a lot of cards. I had already created some backgrounds and such a while ago, so it was only a matter of making everything…

Bees behind the window

A new Lawn Fawnatics Challenge means a new card, so here is my first entry. A shadow box card, where I’ve created a little living room with a window looking out into the garden, a painting on the wall, some mirrors and of course flowery…

Rainbow unicorn card

I wanted to try some Nuvo paste. I bought the color Moonstone. First I created a rainbow using seven different distress oxide inks and later covered the paper with the paste. After letting it dry I used puffy cloud borders, acetate and two Lawn Fawn…

Robot Birthday Party

I don’t actually have the ‘Charge me up’ set myself, but was lucky someone else had it, so I could make this super cute card. At first I struggled a little bit with the background, but in the end I managed to pull off this…

Jump for joy out of a pile of leafs

I’m still waiting to receive my Lawn Fawn pumpkin stamps, but in the mean time I wanted to make an interactive card using the ‘Jump for joy’ stamp set. I used some acetate with a few smaller leafs to really make the hedgehog seem to…

Sailing at night

For this card I used the ‘Smooth Sailing’ stamp set again. This time for a cute night scene. Materials used: Lawn Fawn: “simple wavy banners” dies Lawn Fawn: “stitched hillside borders” dies Lawn Fawn: “stitched wavy borders” dies Lawn Fawn: “outside in stitched rectangle stackables”…

Sunset sailing card

For this card I used the ‘smooth sailing’ stamp set. I set the scene with distress oxide inks and worked from there. I wanted to use the palm tree border and the simple wavy borders (because they were new), so the cute little sail boats…

Cute spring box card pop-up

For this pop-up box card I used the ‘butterfly kisses’ stamp set. It is so cute with all the animals and butterflies. I decided to color and arrange the butterflies like a rainbow and I like how it turned out. Materials used: Lawn Fawn: “scalloped…

Fairy Shaker Card

This was my first attempt at a shaker card. I didn’t have all the right materials, but I somehow managed to make it work. There is something about the colors that just grabs your attention. And the cute fairies really make the card pop. Materials…

Fairy Box Card Pop-up

This one has a real wow-factor and I love looking at it. Blending blue and purple distress oxide ink worked really well and the golden watercolor paint splatter makes you think you are looking at a starry night sky. Materials used: Lawn Fawn: “puffy cloud…