Wednesday, February 22, 2017

How you Bean? - Lawn Fawn February release week

Hello!

This is the last day of the Lawn Fawn February release week but the good news are that everything will be available for purchase tomorrow! I know you are really excited to put your hands on all these amazing products :)


So today, the star of the show is the new stamp set How You Bean? with two sets of coordinating dies, one of them specially created to make shaker jars.

So I had to make a shaker card ;) Here in Spain Jelly Beans are not so big, I mean, you can now purchase them here but is something relatively new and not very popular. I didn't have them when I was a kid and that's what matters, right? lol
So, because of that, I wanted to use the set in any other way, just to give you alternative inspiration with this set, because the mason jar is too cute to miss this stamp set even if you don't like Jelly Beans haha


I used the stars dies included in the add-on die set and mixed with clear sequins to fill the jar, I cut the little stars out from Watercolor Wishes papers, and added Crystal Stickles to some of them. Then I created a little scene and added a fairy from Fairy Friends, I think this set pairs great with the little fairies!


I hope you've enjoyed this release week, don't forget to visit the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration, videos and giveaways!

Thanks for stopping by, big hugs!!

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Fancy box - Lawn Fawn February release week

Hola!

Welcome to another day of Lawn Fawn inspiration week! Today we're featuring the new Fancy Box die and this one is really cute and easy to make because you only need to cut one piece of the die and add a little glue to ensemble it.


I made 3 boxes using it, These pair are perfect baby shower favors, I just used a heart die to create the window, added acetate inside and then glued the little baby elephant from Elphie Selpfie and the word "yay", a die included in the Fancy Box set.


I used Watercolor Wishes papers to make both boxes. I love how the little eplhie looks on top of them!!


For my second box, I used You Color My World stamps and dies and created a little box of small markers, I thought it would be a fun gift for a little one, pairing it with a coloring book or just a plain notebook... I think it would work as birthday favors, too!

I colored the images with Copic markers and heat embossed the acetate using white embossing powder so you can see through the window and still have your sentiment there.


I hope you enjoyed my projects for today! Thank you so much for stopping by and don't forget to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration from the DT, a video by Kelly and, of course, a giveaway!

Hugs!

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Happy Retirement card

Hi again!

I have another card to share with you today. This week I'm at the Avery Elle blog featuring the Shine Bright stamp set and coordinating dies from the new release.

I made a retirement card and because this kind of cards are made for adults, I tried to make something more serious than my usual style, but keeping it mine. And I really like the final result :)


I played with Distress inks and Copic markers to achieve this look, I wanted to create a peaceful and beautiful scene by the sea. I also added some details like the waves and stars with a white gel pen.


I hope you like it and feel inspired to use this stamp set, I love all the different possibilities and kinds of cards that you can create using it!

Thanks for stopping by, big hugs!

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