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Thank you fairy much | Lawn Fawn

Hello lovelies and welcome to my last DT project, it's Mona here! Today I am showing you a thank you card what I made for Vanessa. I am in love with Lawn Fawn stamps, this time I mixed a lot from them hope you will like it. :)



I started making the card with massive masking. You can find my previous masking tutorial here: Happy Mail. This time I used these Lawn Fawn stamps: Winter Unicorn, Easter Party, Fairy Friends, Frosty Fairy Friends, Party Animal, Beary Happy Holidays, Hay There, Beam Me Up, Baaah Humbug, You Are Claw Some, Elphie Selphie, Meow You Doin' and colored them with my Copic Markers. When the coloring was done I added some highlight with the Uni-Ball Signo White pen.


Next I stamped to my card base the "Thank you fairy much" text with Versamark Watermark Stamp Pad then I heat embossed with Altenew Pure White Crisp Embossing Powder.



When it was done I cut it out with Craft Knife. The next step was the background, so I blended the card base with Mini Ink Blending Tool and Blueprint Sketch and Salty Ocean Distress Oxide Inks.


I adhered everything to my cardbase and my card was done. I hope that I have inspired you! Thank you Vanessa for this opportunity it was so much fun.



Dear readers thank you for your amazing support, and comments, it means a lot to me. If you like my creations you can follow me on Instagram.

Hugs, Mona

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  1. How cute are all these lovely critters !! And a fairy ! 😁
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