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Lawn Fawn New Release - Baby Card

Hey Guys, its Trish here again to share a project with you using some AMAZING products!

Lawn Fawn just recently had their release and Boy, Oh Boy! are all of items just beyond adorable!  So I decided that now was a perfect time to put all of their goodies to use.



I wanted to create a baby card using the Hello Baby Stamp Set.  There is a coordinating die set, however, for this project I just used some good ole fashion scissors to paper piece some of my items.

I started out by heat embossing my sentiment with some gorgeous Ranger Liquid Platinum Embossing powder using Versamark Ink.  This embossing powder is just stunning and can be used for so many different occasions.  I didn't have an 'a' that matched this font, so I simply selectively inked the 'a' on the 'adoption' stamp.


Next, I used the smaller of the Stitched Party Banner dies to create the background for my scene.   I also cut this die out of green and used the Grassy Border die to for the bottom portion of my banner.


The fun part was stamping the images on these colorful pattern paper from the Lawn Fawn Hello Sunshine paper pad, trimming them out with scissors and paper piecing.

Lastly, I used some some vellum clouds, cut out from the Spring Showers Die, and attached them with Kool-tak.  Used some twine and that completed the card!

Hope you guys enjoyed this card....I think its great to congratulate someone on their recent announcement in that they are expecting!  Be sure to head on over to the Store to pick up these awesome products...you seriously don't want to pass these up!

I'll see you guys here next week :)

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  1. This is such a cute card! Absolutely love the stitched banner die set and such a smart way to add the "a" on your sentiment!

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  2. This is so cute!!! I love the little banner!

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  4. Love this card!! It's so sweet! I love the liquid platinum!!! LOVE it!! And the banner die and vellum clouds ROCK!

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