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Hello again!

Coralynn here and I have another Lawn Fawn card just because I just can't get enough of these awesome little critters!

I combined a few sets to create this cute scene for today's card.  First one is the Critters in the Burb's and used the tree from that set and I fussy cut it as I don't have the dies.  I coloured the tree with my copics and I paper pieced the top of the tree out of paper from the Sweather Weather 6x6 Lawn Fawn petite packs and popped it up to give the card more dimension.  



Next are these sweet little snails and mushrooms which are from the Gleeful Gardens.  I coloured them in with my copics but added Wink of Stella clear glitter pen to the shells.  I also coloured all the other images mostly the same way as I just love how the red gives the card a pop of colour.  The lady bugs are from the Bugs & Kisses stamps and dies and I am partial to lady bugs.  To finish off all the images, I used glossy accents to give them some shine!!





The grass was cut out with the Grassy borders lawn cuts out of the "Let's Polka, Mon Amie" and the "Pint-sized patterens" 6x6and 12x12 paper packs.  I used the stitched rectangle dies to cut out the panels and put them on an A2 sized card base on white card stock.  For the sentiment I used the one from the Summertime Charms and used Versafine to stamp in out.   Last but not least I used the smallest cloud from the Spring Showers lawn cuts. 



Supplies:
Lawn Fawn:
Gleeful Gardens Stamps and Dies
Bugs & Kisses stamps and dies
Summertime Charm stamps
Critters in the burbs

Ink
Versafine Onyx Black Ink


Thanks for stopping by, see you again soon!!

Coralynn  :)

Comments

  1. Such a cute scene, I just love it!

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  2. I've been reading through some of your older posts and oh my gosh, this is a cute card! Love the pops of color!

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