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Party On! New Lawn Fawn goodies are almost here!

Hi everyone! Peggy here! Tomorrow the newest release from Lawn Fawn will be available in the shop! Whoohoo! For the occasion I wanted to share this party card with a happy bunch of LF critters.

I used four of the critters from the Really high five set which is so much fun! The confetti is also from that stamp set. Because I wanted a critter for each of the letters in PARTY I looked through my stash and found the little hedgehog from Forest Feast to be the ideal match. Lastly, I stamped out the little paintbrush (Yes I got this set specifically because of that little paintbrush, oops) from Easter before and afters.

I stamped the critters with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink which is my favorite and colored them with copics. Using the Small Slimline Die Set from Lawn Fawn I cut a panel from white stamping card. I stamped the paint splatters from a set in my stash but you could draw with copics or ink smudge as well. I stamped with Abandoned Coral, Spiced Marmalade, Fossilized Amber, Pine Needles and Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxide Inks.

Next I added not 1, not 2, not 3, not 4, but 5 (!) pull tabs with the Lawn Fawn Let's Toast Pull Tab Add-on. What was I thinking?! Not a real problem though, because I find it super easy to assemble. I use it a LOT!

I wrapped up by adhering the panel to some yellow Spiffy Speckles paper. The text was stamped with the super fun LF Harolds ABCs. And I added some white gel pen and Glossy Accents highlights.

Get up and jump critters! I wish you a happy release day tomorrow and I'll see you soon!

Long distance hugs!


(Come say hi on Instagram @peggyemmerink)


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