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Love you Tons - mini cards

Hey Everyone!  Its Trish again and I'm back with some 'mini' 3"x3" cards.

Every so often, I like to include little cards in my hubby's lunch box for work.  I like to think that it brings a smile to his face :)  And once my daughter is old enough to start school, I'll be doing the same thing for her.

So today, I'll be showing you a couple of cards that I created using stamp sets from Lawn Fawn.

For both cards I used the "Love you Tons" sentiment from the "Love you Tons" stamp set.  But I used the images from both that stamp set and "Year Four". (the hippo is just Adorable!)

I decided to paper piece all of the images using the Lawn Fawn paper pad "Bright Side".

I made fringe with some of the green pattern paper to create grass at the bottom of my cards and fussy cut the critters out.  But to make it easy, you can use the dies for these 2 sets to cut them out.  (you can find them here & here)

The hearts were stamped using Hero Arts Shadow Ink in Pale Tomato and the bow was cut out of pattern paper.

Hope you guys enjoyed these mini cards that are easy and quick to put together!

Supplies Used:
-Hero Arts Shadow Ink in Pale Tomato
-Lawn Fawn Year Four Stamp Set
-Lawn Fawn Tons of Love Stamp Set
-Lawn Fawn Bright Side Collection 6"x6"


  1. These are TOO cut and that is too SWEET of you. I make my hubby pack his own lunch. ;) Love the fringe grass and all the tiny hearts. <3

  2. oh my goodness!! adorable mini cards!! you are SO sweet to your husband!! i LOVE that little hippo and the elephant are just tooooo cute, too!!! love the hearts!


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