Happy Birthday

This Fancy Lattice backdrop die from Lawn Fawn is so beautiful! When I first saw this die, I was so happy because it can let itself to so many different styles! 

I used the Pixie Dust Sparkle glitter paper from Lawn Fawn to die cut the image, then applied it to a white card base. White on white is always so classy! The image is the cute little llama from the Llama Tell You stamp set, and is perfect for a birthday card! Llamas are so on trend, I see them everywhere! And because I'm obsessed with the Wavy Banners and stamp set, I had to add those as well.

I hope you have enjoyed the March Inspiration week, and as always head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog to check out all of todays beautiful projects. And for a chance to win this die!


I have more projects to share for the Lawn Fawn March Inspiration week.  Today I have a few cards using several different stamps and dies! First up is a stamp set called Simply Celebrate Spring. I used the stamp that has 5 graduation caps on it. I stamped the images in black ink several times onto a white cardstock panel, and then colored in the caps with Copic markers. My son is in the 12th grade, and I know many young adults who will also graduate this year. So, I chose the school colors of my sons school (black and gold). The panel was adhered to a black card base using foam adhesive. Twine was added for embellishment. The sentiment from the Wavy Sayings stamp set, was stamped onto white cardstock in black ink, then diecut.

Using the same Simply Celebrate Spring set along with the Spiffy Speckles pattern paper, I created a fun card using the plane and banner stamp. This stamp set is so versatile and I love how perfect the Wavy Sayings stamp set works in the plane banner!

Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, to see how each of the designers used these stamp sets!

Waving Hello

Happy St Patricks Day! Today over on the Lawn Fawn Blog the designers are sharing this Duck/Chick add on die set. It is meant for a box, but I wanted to show that it can go onto anything, so I put it on a little tote bag. This is the perfect bag to put a treat in for Easter!

Yesterday the stamp and die set called Rawrsome was showcased. I created a fun no line watercolor scene. This is the perfect stamp set to create any card/tag for anyone who loves dinosaurs! My kids would have flipped out when they were little if they saw this stamp set!

Sending Hugs

Hello friends!
Long time no see! I am so sorry that my blog has been silent the last few months. My husband has had quite a few medical issues arise, including brain surgery that was not planned.  In January we learned he had something called a cavernous malformation, which he had surgery for and removed. His medical team at The Mayo Clinic (Jacksonville) has been nothing short of incredible.  A big thank you to everyone who reached out, sent positive vibes and prayers. We felt all of them! Which brings me to my card today. How fitting that its a Get Well stamp set, love it!

Today I am sharing a card using the Get Well Soon Before & Afters from Lawn Fawn. I started by stamping the images with black ink onto white cardstock, then coloring them in using Copic markers. At first, the bottom of the card was going to be a solid piece of red cardstock, but it looked really plain and was missing something. So I trimmed a few pieces at .5 in x 4.25 inches, and adhered them to the bottom of the card. "Sending Hugs" is actually 2 different stamps, but I aligned them to create a sentiment. The images were cut out using sharp scissors and then adhered to the card using foam adhesive. To embellish and add more interest, I double tied peppermint twine, and tied a bow.

Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, to see more beautiful projects!

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