Monday, January 19, 2015

Lawnscaping #98 - Create a Background

 Good morning! Did you have a nice weekend? We took down our Christmas tree and all of our Christmas decorations this weekend. The living room looks so bare without the Christmas tree! I'll get used to it eventually! 

Well, it's that time again - a new Lawnscaping Challenge!! The challenge is to create a background with your stamps! 

And here is the card that I created:

I used one of Lawn Fawn's new sets, "Bugs and Kisses," my favorite alpha set, "Riley's ABCs," and the "Scripty Love Die." I stamped the little bugs randomly on a piece of kraft cardstock and colored the critters with Prismacolor pencils. I just wanted a little bit of color, so I only colored a little bit of the critters. I also used some glittery paper for the "love."

Well, thanks for stopping by! Don't forget to check out what the rest of the design team created - the girls did an amazing job! And don't forget that the winner of this challenge will receive a free stamp set from Lawn Fawn - woo hoo! :)

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Home is where your honey is...

Good morning everyone! I hope that you are having a good week so far! I am so excited to be sharing this card with you that is being featured on the Lawn Fawn Blog today!

This card features a ton of different Lawn Fawn products including "Bugs and Kisses," "Riley's ABCs," "Stitched Scalloped Border Die," "Large Stitched Circle Dies," Lawn Trimmings (from the vivid triple pack) and patterned paper from the Let's Polka petite paper pack. The bees and hearts are stamped, colored with Prismacolor pencils, and die cut. After adhering the patterned paper and the circle showcasing the sentiment, I stamped the bee trail over top of the papers. For the bee trail at the top of the card, I only inked the last part of the trail in the stamp set.

I really like how this card came out and I think I'll give it to my husband for Valentine's Day! :) Thanks so much for stopping by and thank you Kelly for featuring this card! I hope that you all have a good day! :)

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Sending My Thanks

Hi everyone! I hope that things are going well with you!

I have a card to share with you for the current Avery Elle Challenge!

I received a few Avery Elle stamp sets for Christmas, and I was so excited when I found that they have a challenge blog! The current challenge is about paper piecing! Here are the cards that I created:

I created a set of three thank you cards using Avery Elle's "Sending You" stamp set and patterned paper from "The Sorbet Collection." I tried to use coordinating inks that I had for the hearts, but the green one is a little bit off. Here is a picture of the three cards together:

Well, thanks for stopping by! Enjoy the rest of your week! :)

Monday, January 5, 2015

Lawnscaping #97 - Winter Themed

 Good morning, everyone! I hope that everyone had a nice Christmas and New Year! Life is finally starting to settle back down again after the craziness of the holiday! Does anyone else still have their Christmas tree up? We're keeping it up as long as we can! :)

Anyways, it's time again for a new Lawnscaping Challenge

The challenge this week is to create a winter themed project based on the Pinterest-inspired photos in the challenge badge pictured above.

I used the colors in the photos (the blues and whites) and the movie Elf as my inspiration! That is such a good winter movie - so funny! My card features Lawn Fawn's "Stitched Hillside Border Dies" (for the waves), "Large Stitched Circle Dies," "Violet's ABCs," "Year Two," "Critters in the Arctic," and "Critters in the Sea" stamp set, as well as "Let's Polka" patterned paper. I cut out two circles for the card base, and then cut out the waves from vellum. The critters are stamped and colored with Prismacolor pencils and attached with foam tape behind the waves. I also cut out a few hearts to add around the sentiment. (P.S. It's hard to get a picture of a round card without it rolling away! :))

This year, Lawnscaping has a new sponsor for the first challenge of the month! Ellen Hutson is the new sponsor and the winner of this challenge will receive a $25 gift certificate to the store!

Well, thanks for stopping by! I hope that you have a good week and I can't wait to see what you create for this challenge! :)