Friday, 23 October 2020

6. Thanks a Latte 🍵 and Oh Snap! Featuring Lawn Fawn

Hi there, 

I am back here, and today I would like to share a fun card with you for the Lawn Fawn Challenge 87 - Card Sketch. This is actually my first ever entry for any challenge and I had a lot of fun creating this card. 

Here is how I created this card. 

1) I stamped some images from Thanks a Latte and Oh Snap! stamp set, I also stamped the bow from Booyah stamp set onto some 80lb Lawn Fawn white cardstock.

I used the mirror stamp from My Favourite Things for one of the candy sticks, this will allow me to create a heart shaped candy.

2) I didnt have any matching die sets for, so I just fussy cut them all out instead. 

3) I then used some Spectrum Noir Triblend pens to colour all the stamps. I used the Tan, Coral and Dark Red blend pens for the entire card.

4) I then added some detail using my White Sakura gelly roll pen and stickles gel in star dust for the cream topping. 

5) At this point I decided I wanted to make a mini slim line card, so I cut some cardstock and added some Let it Shine paper for my background. 

6) Finally I assembled all the stamps using some foam adhesives and some tombow glue.

I was really happy with the way this card turned out. 

Thank you for visiting my blog, I hope you have a great day :)


Thursday, 22 October 2020

5. Driving home for Christmas featuring Lawn Fawn Christmas car critters

Hello, thank you for visiting my blog. 

Here is how I made my Driving Home for Christmas Card:

1. I stamped the car from the Car Critters stamp set onto some white card stock.

2. I stamped the three gingerbread critters from the Tiny Christmas stamp set as well as the snow, reindeer and wreath from the car critters Christmas stamp set.

3. Finally I stamped the three Christmas trees in Yeti or Not stamp set.

4. Once these were stamped, I then used my copic markers to colour all the stamps in. 

5. For the stamps I didn't have a die-set for, I fussy cut them instead. 

6. I used some Pixie Dust paper from Lawn Fawn to cut out some hills.

7. I then used three distress oxide inks: Worn lipstick, Picked raspberry and spun sugar to create a pink sky. Next I then used some liquid stardust and added some water to it, this made it an easier consistency to flick onto my paper using a paintbrush and the side of my acrylic block. 

8. Once I was happy with my background, I used my tape runner to attach my snowy hill to my sky. 

9. I then assemble the car and critters inside the car with some foam squares.

10. I used some white opaque embossing powder on some pink card stock to emboss the words "driving, for and christmas". I cut the ends to create a banner look and attached some pink let it shine paper behind. 

11. I used my heat tool to set this and applied to my card. 

12. I used the oliver stitched dies to die-cut the word home, I die-cut this with pixie dust paper and some light pink cardstock to give it a 3D look. 

13. Finally I glued this onto the card and added some more let it shine paper behind the card and added some sparkle using my Spectrum Noir clear sparkle pens and some stickles glue in stardust to the snowy bed on top of the car.

Thank you so much for reading my blog, hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed making this card. 

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