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Have a sweet day with Leontine

Hello! Today I thought I'd make a card with some older and some newer sets from Lawn Fawn. It’s perfect for the current Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 105: Fun with food. Here's how I made it.

First I cut a piece of Watercolor Wishes Rainbow paper (Amethyst) with the Simple Stripes: Diagonal die. I glued those strips onto a card base of 5,5" x 4,25". Next I cut some foliage with a piece of  Emerald from the Watercolor Wishes Rainbow paper. I used leaves from Tropical Leaves and Happy Hibiscus. I figured out the placement of each leaf before I used liquid glue to adhere them to the background.

I die cut the ice cream parts from Vanilla Malt cardstock and white cardstock. I used pieces from I Scream, You Scream and Stitched Cupcake. To keep the sprinkles in place, I carefully turned the die cut cardstock over and put some painters tape on the back. That way I could color them with my copic sketch makers: BG23, RV23, Y13 and BV02. After coloring the sprinkles I put another piece of painters tape on top of the sprinkles and transferred them onto the strawberry ice cream without anyt trouble. After removing the first piece of painters tape I put a little liquid glue on the back of the sprinkles before I put them down. I carefully removed the second piece of painters tape and that was it. The cone and ice cream were colored with: RV21, RV23, RV25, E51, E53, E55, E23, E25, E27. I adhered them together with some liquid glue and I used an action wobble in the center of the card and of the ice cream.

For the sentiment I used Scripty Sweet. I cut it out of some white cardstock twice, glued them together and used my copic sketch markers RV21 and RV23 to color it in. I glued the sentiment directly onto the card. Next I heat embossed ‘Hava a…. day’ from Simply Summer Sentiments with white embossing powder on some Chocolate Bar cardstock, that I had already cut into a thin strip. I used an anti-static pouch to make sure the embossing powder only stuck to the clear embossing ink. By the way, that stamp set is now on sale! I cut off the word ‘relaxing’ because I was going to use ‘sweet’ instead. I used some thin glue dots to adhere those strips to the card. To finish everything off I used my Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Glitter Gloss Pen on the sprinkles and the large sweet.

I hope you like it. Have an amazing week!

Hugs,
Leontine

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