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Oh Happy Day!

Hi there!  I'm back again with a Spring card to share with you.  If you can't tell I'm a HUGE Lawn Fawn fan!  I just can't get enough because they have the most adorable images to work with and you can do so much.  

Vanessa has all the new Lawn Fawn stamps and dies on pre-order and you can get 10% your order by using the code LFPREORDER10!  But hurry this offer ends Sunday, January 18th!!!!!  

Now on to my card.  I did some selective die cutting with the Snow Day coordinating die cuts and used one of the bunnies along with the Spring Showers Lawn Cuts for the clouds. I then cut along the sides with a craft knife to cut away the inside.  I then embossed the edge with the LF Stitched rectangles and used a black pen to highlight the stitch lines.  

I mixed and matched up a few sets with this card and the first one being Snow Day.  I used the sweet little bunny and I coloured him in with copics then used my Uni-ball Signo white gel pen to add in some dots.  I did the same with the clouds but I used the Wink of Stella clear glitter marker to add some sparkle.  I used the ladybug from the new Bugs & Kisses set and the sentiment is from the Hello Sunshine set with Memento Onyx Black ink as well as all the images.  

I used the Lawn Fawn stitched hillside border dies to make the hills and used distress ink to colour the hills and sky.  I thought it needed something else in the sky so I added a little bird that you can find from many of the Lawn Fawn sets including the two I used today.

Be sure to stop by the shop, there are lots of goodies added all the time!

Thanks for stopping by!
Coralynn :)


  1. I love all the lawn fawn stamps and dies, they are just adorable. I LOVE your card, so stinkin cute!!

  2. This is so totally adorable! Such a sweet little scene!


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