Monday, October 4, 2010

Lawn Fawn Oct. sneak: Happy Hanukkah

Welcome to Day 2, of the Lawn Fawn October sneaks.
The set I am sneaking today, is called Happy Hanukkah.  I for one know that there are not enough Hanukkah stamps available to the public, so I was most excited when Kelly told us about this set.  My niece Wentir celebrates Hanukkah, as well as one of my son Jacob's closest friends, so this set will see lots of love this holiday season.  I tried to use a nice dark blue on my card, I really like the symbolism of the color.  It symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, water, river, and heaven.  The white is the symbol of honesty, innocence and peace.  While brainstorming on how I was going to use the stamp set, I kept going back to a simple design.  The die cut was cut/embossed using the Spellbinders Labels Sixteen.  The Menorah, was stamped in a Color Box Pigment ink.  Pigment inks will give you a nice even coverage on your solid image stamps.  I let the ink dry completely, before I colored in the candle flames with Copic marker, and then added Diamond Glaze to the flames as well.

Make sure to visit the Lawn Fawn Blog for your chance to win this stamp set!
Also visit the rest of the Design Team, to see their beautiful creations using this set.

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Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Happy Hanukkah stamp set (available Oct 7th)
Bazzill Blue card stock
Spellbinders S4-301 Labels Sixteen
White card stock
Copic Markers
Diamond Glaze
Kaiser Craft bling
Bazzill swiss dot tan card stock


PinkBlingCrafter said...

Wow!! You make very beautiful card!!! I'm now a follower:)

Lea L. said...

Your card is wonderful!! I love the clean and simple design, and the embossed label is a great addition to it!! Great job with the stamp set!! ♥♥♥

Tiff said...

This one is my fave!!!! Everything is in its place!

terisplace said...

Looking super duper good, Latisha!

Angie Blom said...

Fantastic card.. so crisp and clean.. love it.

dannisdoodles said...

absolutely incredible, love it!

AJ said...


catnap said...

Love the way the label sets off the menorah, and the choice of background paper is perfect.

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