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Happy Birthday Kitties Card

Hi crafty friends! It's Tina here from The Scrappin Rabbit blog sharing a card featuring some new and older products from the shop! The links to the products I used are below. I just love the new Lawn Fawn Giant Happy Birthday Die and I combined it with some adorable stamps from Mama Elephant. First I used the Lawn Fawn Stitched Woodgrain Back drop die with some white cardstock. Next I cut out the cardstock using the Giant Happy Birthday To You Die. I stamped, embossed and colored up these adorable images from the My Pet Kitties stamps using Copic Markers. I fussy cut them out but you can use the coordinating dies which are available in the shop! To create the ink blended background I used Distress Oxide inks in Tumbled Glass and Salvaged Patina with the Newtons Nook Designs Cloud Stencil. For the grass I used Bundled Sage and Shabby Shutters. For a finishing touch I added some blue gems.  Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you will visit the shop and check out all the amazing

Toucan Do It!

Hello! This is Tiffany, welcome to the Butterfly Reflections, Ink. Blog. I'm absolutely loving the new Lawn Fawn release! One of my favorite card sizes to make is 4.25 x 4.25. When I saw the Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On , I instantly knew that I wanted to make a card this size, plus who can resist these cute toucans?!?! Supplies Used :  Lawn Fawn Toucan Do It Lawn Fawn Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On Lawn Fawn Watercolor Wishes Rainbow 6x6 Lawn Fawn Small Dotted Square Stackables Copic Markers Lawn Fawn White Embossing Powder Pink Sequins   3D Foam Squares Tombo Mono Liquid Glue Memento Tuxedo Black Ink White & Black cardstock

Summer card with Annemarijn

Hi crafty friends! I'm back on the blog with a summer card. The weather in the Netherlands is rainy and not very warm so I needed a little bit of sunshine. Let me show you how I made this card and what I used.  I used the don't worry be happy stamp set from paperie ink. I immediately fell in love with these cute critters in there swimming rings so had to have this set. First I stamped all the images and colored them with my copic markers . Next I cut them with my cutter bee scissors . This is my favorite scissors for fussy cutting. I really love fussy cutting I think it's really relaxing to do.  Next I die cut the peekaboo backdrop , I cut the background and the water from the watercolor wishes rainbow paper pad . This is such a versatile paper pad I really like to use it for my cards. The waves I made with the stitched simple wavy borders .  Next I adhered everything together with foam squares and I added some sequins for a little bit of extra detail. The sentiments I s

Message in the sky with Peter

Hi everyone! I'm back to show you a fun and simple thank you card. I wanted to make a really simple and fun card. I looked through my dies and came across the Partly Cloudy Die from Hello Bluebird. I decided on only using the clouds that the die cuts. I took my Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables set to cut the largest rectangle out of watercolor paper. With the Cloudy Stencil from Lawn Fawn I made a cloudy background with Distress Oxide . I used Tumbled Glass as a base and I used Salvaged Patina to make the actual clouds. With that is was time to adhere the clouds in place. I first did the ones that have a cut off side and I but them around the place they are in in the die. Out of green cardstock I cut the Scripty Thanks from Lawn Fawn and with Distress Oxide Rustic Wilderness I added a little color on the bottom so it becomes a gradient. I used the Plane and Simple stamp set from Lawn Fawn to add a cute plane on the bottom with an additional sentiment in the banner: '

Oh Snap!

  Hello crafty friends, it's Veronica here! Yesterday was my birthday, so here it is a funny birthday card 🥳  To create my card I first stamped some images on a piece of Transotype paper. This super funny crocodile is by Avery Elle, while the other festive elements of the scene are by My Favorite Things. As always, I colored everything with my Copic Ciao markers and fussy cut it.  For the backround, I trimmed a piece of Neenah Solar white paper and ink blended some Distress Oxide in Squeezed Lemonade and Antique Linen . I also added a lilac frame by Lawn Fawn. To finish off my card, I assembled everything with some foam on a piece of lilac card stock and added some clear sequins . The sentiment is from the same Avery Elle stamp set and it is stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black on some Mama Elephant speech bubbles die cuts. I really hope you like it and see you next time! From Italy with love, Veronica

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 p

July Mood Board inspiration with Jane

  Hi Friends!  I'm so happy to share this Birthday card featuring colors inspirited by the July mood board (see below).   To create this card, I first ink blended the background on Bristol paper using the following distress oxide inks (top to bottom): mustard seed, dried marigold , abandoned coral , seedless preserves and dusty concord .  Then, I splatted the background using water and a thin paint brush.   The background was then cut using the scallop stackables die set to create a fun pattern on the edges of the paper.   Next, I stamped and colored the images using copic markers from the following Lawn Fawn stamp sets: Ocean shell-fie , fintastic friends , mermaid for you , you are sublime , keep on swimming and so jelly .   After the images were cut using the coordinating dies, I adhered them using foam tape, thin foam squares and liquid glue to the card front.   Next, I cut the scripty "birthday " and scripty "wishes " die using white cardstock.  The &quo

Big Birthday Wishes Slimline Card

Hi BRI friends, Sara here! I am back with a new card, inspired by the July BRI Mood Board Challenge .   I really love this color palette, I think this is one of my favorite so far! So, this is my inspiration!    This time, I started with the background. I wasn’t sure how to make my scene, I didn’t know what stamp to use, but I wanted to play with Ranger alcohol ink . I have a “love and hate” relationship with this medium, because I really love the result but I am afraid of the process because you cannot control it LOL. But I thought it was the perfect time to try them! So I took out three colors that matched the Mood Board: Poppy Field, Peach Bellini and Wild Plum. I used Yupo Paper and I started applying some blending solution and some drops of color. I knew I wanted to make a slimline, but I started with a bigger sheet, so I could decide what section I like more. I also knew I wanted to leave a large white space, so I put ink only on one corner. When I got the result I wanted, I st