After Every Storm

Hello friends! 
Today over on the Lawn Fawn Blog, the fawnies are showcasing cards using this Rainy Backdrop die.
Can we just talk about the sentiment for a second? There are no truer words. If you ever find yourself in the middle of a "life" storm, remember these words. I remind myself of them all the time.
There were a few different cards that I created but settled on the black glittered cardstock. It packed such a pretty punch paired with the Rain or Shine Before n Afters rainbow and sentiments.

The glittered cardstock adds such a nice touch, especially when using a backdrop die. It stands out and makes a statement.
The rainbow and clouds were colored in using copic markers, then adhered to the card with foam adhesive. 

Llama Tell You

Hello friends! Today I am sharing a card using the stamp set called Llama Tell You from Lawn Fawn. This is a 2x3 inch stamp set (and only $4!!). I love that with such a small stamp set I can fill an entire card. 
The llamas were stamped in black ink onto white cardstock and then colored in with Copic Markers. I cut out the llamas with scissors instead of die cutting them. Before the llamas were adhered to the card front with foam adhesive, the sentiment was stamped in black ink at the bottom of the card.

At first adding black twine seemed like it would finish and embellish the card well, but then decided to use enamel heart stickers, in coordinating colors.

Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog for more inspiration using this stamp set!

Sending Sunshine

Lawn Fawn is showcasing this stamp set called Rain or Shine before and afters today which is a perfect stamp set to use with the Magic Picture Changer die. However, I just wanted to use the stamp set as is, to show versatility. 
The rainbow image, is a rainbow with a sun behind it, and clouds at the bottom of the rainbow. I wanted to have a series of rainbows. The image was stamped several times and colored in. Then using scissors cut out. I left the sun on only one of the colored images and that is how I created the series of rainbows, to create a clean and graphic design.
Head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog, to see how all of the other designers used this stamp set!

Growing Together in Love

Hello friends today is the reveal day for the Technique Tuesday April Release!  Join us in a fun blog hop!

Latisha Yoast (here)

For my card, I used the Growing Garden stamp set. All of the images were colored in using Copic markers.

I hope you hop along with the designers and Technique Tuesday, to see all of the pretty stamps released!

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