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Happy Friday Friends! It is Dana here today sharing a fun card and tag set using some products from Lawn Fawn.

For my card, I began by creating my background. I used the Lawn Fawn: Mushroom Border Dies for both my row of mushrooms and the grass. I love how both pieces are included with this die set! I mounted these onto a piece of paper from the Lawn Fawn: Watercolor Wishes 6x6 Paper Pad. This is the perfect paper pad for looks like you watercolored or ink blended the background, but without all of the work.

For my images, I used the Lawn Fawn: Oh Gnome! Stamp Set. I stamped my images with Gina K Designs Jet Black Amalgam Ink and colored them with Copic Markers. Next, I used the Lawn Fawn: Oh Gnome! Lawn Cuts to die cut all of my images. I attached them to my card front with Foam Adhesive. To finish my card, I attached my card panel onto my A2 card base.

Next, I began working on my tags. I used the Lawn Fawn: Mushroom House Dies...these dies create the cutest little mushroom house!! The dies are the perfect size for a card front, though today I decided to use them to create a few tags. They are so easy to put together with a little Lawn Fawn: Glue Tube. Once assembled, I attached them to a little row of chocolates that I placed into a pretzel bag. 

Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you find a little time to be creative this weekend!


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