Lawn Fawn: Let's Bokeh

Hello there!
I have a one layer holiday card that I am sharing today using the Let's Bokeh stamp set from Lawn Fawn.  Bokeh is a word a lot of photographers use, its to get that nice blurred background that creates circles of light.


This stamp set has a ton of different sized silhouette circles as well as outlined circles to create to many fun bokeh inspired projects.  By using different colored ink it creates a little bit of depth which is so cool, especially if you are making a one layer card.

Make sure you head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, to see more projects using this set, as well as a chance to win some new product!

Lawn Fawn: Lets Bokeh in the Snow

Hello there!
I have a quick and easy project to show you today, using the Let's Bokeh in the Snow pattern paper collection from Lawn Fawn.  I used the Goodie Bag die template to create these cute little bags.


To create these bags, all you do is die cut pattern paper or cardstock twice, then adhere together.  Lawn Fawn makes the packaging dies so easy to work with.  For those of you who are visual learners just search the Lawn Fawn YouTube archives and there is a video on how to use this die set!

After I diecut the stitches circle die with white cardstock, I stamped the sentiment and images using the Trim the Tree stamp set, and adhered using foam adhesive.

Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Let's Bokeh in the Snow pattern paper
Lawn Fawn Goodie Bag die
Lawn Fawn stitched circle die
Lawn Fawn trimmings
Lawn Fawn Trim the Tree stamp set
Lawn Fawn ink
Scrapbook adhesives by 3L

Lawn Fawn: Winter Alpaca

Hello there!
I know you might be a little tired of me making these pillow boxes, but they make me so happy.  Not to mention you can put candy, money, a gift card or anything else you may think of.
Today over at the Lawn Fawn Blog, there are tons of projects showcasing the Santa's Belly die attachment for the pillow box, Stitched Circle Tags & Winter Alpaca (I think a few border dies too)!  Head on over there because a lot of product is going to be given away, and who doesn't like free stuff!.


I wanted to make a project coordinating some of the new product together.  Once I diecut the pillow box, I stamped the (alpaca my scarf) sentiment with a few snowflakes, adhered the pillow box shut.  Die cut some green felt using one of the dies from the Santa's Belly set that coordinates with the pillow box.  I really love the added touch the scalloped ends make.  I then die cut white cardstock using the middle sized stitched tag die, stamped the Alpaca image in black ink along with the sentiment.  I colored in the Alpaca using Copic markers.  Tied the tag to the card using green twine and it was finished!

These really are sooo easy to make...you only need a tiny strip of adhesive, thats it!  Easy I tell ya!

Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Winter Alpaca stamp set
Lawn Fawn Lets Bokeh in the Snow pattern paper
Lawn Fawn stitched tag dies
Lawn Fawn Santa's Belly dies
Lawn Fawn green twine
black ink
green felt

Lawn Fawn: Ready Set Snow

Hello there!
Today I am sharing a felted ornament that I made using the Ready Set Snow stamp set and dies from Lawn Fawn.  Since this is the Inspiration Week for September, that means you can win a ton of product.  So be sure to pay a visit every day this week over at the Lawn Fawn Blog.


Since this is a shaker card set, I encourage you to pay a visit to the Lawn Fawn blog and watch the video on how to use this set.

I didn't have a video to watch and I was able to figure it out pretty easily.  However I know so many of you are visual learners, and the Lawn Fawn Videos are always so educational!

Lawn Fawn: Toboggan Together

Hello there! Happy Friday!!
Today I am sharing a one layered card, perfect for sending around the holidays, using the Toboggan Together stamp set from Lawn Fawn.
Make sure you head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, to see more projects using this stamp set, as well as a chance to win some great product!!



Instructions:

1.  First, I stamped the deer in black ink onto the card front.

2.  I then stamped it again onto scrap paper, and laid it over the image on the card front.

3.  Using the pigment white ink from lawn fawn and a sponge, I inked up the area around the deer.

4.  I heat set the white ink (because I am too impatient to wait lol)

5.  Stamped the sentiment in a black pigment ink.

6. Stamped the snow flakes.

7.  Colored in the deer using colored pencils, copics and white opaque pens.

8.  To finish I added some twine.


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