Lawn Fawn: Perfectly Plaid

Hello there!
Okay...I love plaid, like seriously love it!  So when I first saw this line of pattern paper, I thought I died and went to crafty heaven.  The print, the colors...everything about it, makes me ridiculously happy.
Today I am sharing a scrapbook page that I created for the Lawn Fawn booth for Winter CHA 2016.  For more inspiration using this line of papers head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog.  You can also win this line by leaving a comment on the LF blog.

These two beautiful souls are my children.  They are my heart.  So its so perfect that I used the Stitched Heart Die cuts, to create this page.

Lawn Fawn: Rooting for You

Hello there!  Are you following along with the February Inspiration week from Lawn Fawn so far?  What do you think?  I am constantly amazed at the ideas that come out of that company.  Today I am sharing a card using the Rooting for You stamp set and coordinating die set.  What I love about this stamp set is that is has solid stamps!

Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog for more great inspiration and for a chance to win this set!

My card is a little clean and simple for you today.  I chose to use the color palette of red, orange and yellow.  I usually try to stick with 3 colors when I create a card...Oh I have green too (but not a lot more of an accent).  A card doesn't seem so overwhelming when you keep a color scheme simple.

Lawn Fawn: Tote Bag

Hello and Happy Valentines Day!!
Lawn Fawn is having their February Inspiration week, and today is day 3.  Head on over to the blog to see more wonderful projects using this Tote Bag die, as well as the Chirpy Chirp Chirp stamp set and coordinating dies.  There are also giveaways daily, so go over to the Lawn Fawn Blog to check it all out.

Creating a tote bag from this die, is super easy!  All you do is die cut pattern paper twice, score a few lines, add adhesive and its done.  Since it is Valentines Day, i made it Valentines themed with my favorite truffles.  I used the Perfectly Plaid paper to create this tote bag.

Lawn Fawn: Loads of Fun

Hello there!
It is Day 2 of the Lawn Fawn February Inspiration Week.  Today I am sharing a card using the Loads of Fun stamp set and coordinating dies.
Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog to see more inspirational projects using this set, as well as leaving a comment to win some fun product (aka this stamp set and dies)

I don't think it is a secret that red, yellow & aqua is my favorite color combination and I could be accused of over using said combination.  But it makes me happy and its hard to deviate from what you like.
As a mother, it seems like there is always laundry to do in my house...always.  So i find this set hilarious lol.

The images were colored in using a plenty of Copic markers, mostly in the red, yellow and blue green families.

1.  Adhere red card stock to the bottom of the card.
2.  Stamp sentiments in black ink.
3.  Stamp/die cut the washing machine, clothes and suds.
4.  Color in images with copic markers.
5.  Adhere the diecuts to the card using foam adhesive.
6.  Tie a bow using twine.

Lawn Fawn: Fairy Friends

Hello there!
Long time no blogging!!  I have had a crazy month and a half, but I will talk about that in another post.

Today, I am sharing a card using the new stamp set from Lawn Fawn called Fairy Friends.  If you head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, there are many more projects using this set, along with a new stamping tool called the Stamp Shammy. (plus you can win both!)

I started by stamping the images in Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I chose this ink because it is my favorite ink to use when I am using copic markers to color in an image.  After I stamped the images, I die cut them using the coordinating dies.  I colored in both of the images with Copic markers.  I then set them aside while I started putting the card together.

1.  Stamp/die cut images.
2.  Color in images using Copic markers.
3.  Die cut Perfectly Plaid paper and Peacock card stock using the stitched rectangle dies.
4.  Adhere the rectangle die cuts to the card using foam adhesive.
5.  Die cut Sunflower card stock using a banner die.
6.  Stamp sentimen with black ink onto the banner die cut.  Adhere to the card.
7.  Adhere the fairy die cuts to the card using foam adhesive.
8.  Tie a bow with the twine, adhere to the card using Dodz.

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