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Swantastic lake with Peter

Hi everyone! I'm Peter, you may have seen me before on social media as Peter's Treasury. I'm so excited to be in the design team for the next few months! I love to share my projects to inspire others, so that's a perfect match, right?

I'm living in The Netherlands together with my husband and our pets, one of them being our dog Churro (he is adopted from Spain!).

I've been making cards for more than three years now, I started with a few small Lawn Fawn sets. After that I was hooked! Not long after, I started my projects on Instagram and card making tutorials on my YouTube channel

Today I'm sharing a card made with all Lawn Fawn products. I was inspired by the ducks, geese and swans around my appartement building.

I was thinking about using Rub-A-Dub-Dub, because we've been seeing a lot of baby ducks already. But the swans have been busy making a nest, so I went with Swan Soirée!
To give some diversity to the surroundings in the scene, I also used Toadally Awesome and Critters Down Under.


I always love frame cards, so the Peekaboo backdrop from Lawn Fawn was perfect for the job. I ink blended a gradient with Distress Oxide in the colors Peacock Feathers and Mermaid Lagoon.


An easy background was made with the cloud patterned paper from the Into The Woods Remix 6x6 Paper Pad. The water was made with the Stitched Wave Borders and I ink blended those with Tumbled Glass and again some Mermaid Lagoon.
I stamped the sentiment using Chipped Sapphire with the help of my Misti stamp tool to be sure of a nice and crisp impression.


If you want to know more about how I've made this card, you can check out my video. And please know you're always free to ask me anything, I will be happy to help!

I hope you have a lovely rest of the week with lots of crafty time.

Peter


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