Monday, September 1, 2014

Lawnscaping Challenge #89: One Layer

Happy Monday!!
I'm a little late this time with my post, sorry!! I'm full of work these days! But I'm finally here with my project to inspire you to join us in the new Lawnscaping Challenge: One Layer!


I know most of you are not fans of one layer cards, to be honest, I'm not a fan either. If you check my cards you will notice that I always use layers and layers... Anyway I think you must give this challenge a try because it's a true challenge and true challenges are really fun!

I made a simple card with Summer still in mind ;) I love that s'more stamp and it's my first time using it, I combined it with Woodgrain Backdrops for a natural look. Now the little s'mores have their cheeks colored too with a bit of pink but I had no time to take again the picture, ugh! You would have to believe me, they look more cute now hee hee!

S'Mores

C'mon, join us! And remember, just one piece of cardstock is allowed: the card base :) For more inspiration check the amazing DT projects on the Lawnscaping blog!

This challenge is sponsored by Simon Says Stamp yay!! You could win a fantastic $25 coupon to their store! :)


Thanks so much for stopping by, Happy September!!

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Love You S'More, Woodgrain Backdrops
- Distress inks: Antique Linnen, Vintage Photo
- Versafine ink: Onyx Black
- Memento ink: Tuxedo Black, Love Letter, Rich Cocoa
- Memento marker: Rich Cocoa
- Copics

Thursday, August 28, 2014

New giveaway winner

Sadly, the winner of my giveaway never contacted me to claim it so that means I had to choose another winner. And that's not sad at all for the new winner, I guess ;)

So the new winner is... drum roll....


Shona Chambers!! Congrats!! Please contact me as soon as possible to claim your prize and enjoy your new goodies :)

Big hugs everyone!!

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Thank "you are a hoot" Tags - LF release week

Hello!
Welcome to the last post of Lawn Fawn August release week, tomorrow is the big day when all  the new products will be available to purchase! yay!!

So it's the turn of the new set of the tag series: Thank You Tags which is another great coordinating set for Tag You're it!. Also the mini You're a Hoot (the one created as a gift for past year's Black Friday) will be part of this release and we're playing with it too.

I made a card and a tag using both sets, for the card I used the new note cards in Butternut, I love the woodgrain pattern!! And combined it with the small tag and stitched journaling card

You're a Hoot

I used the big tag of Thank You Tags and combined it with the new papers from Sweater Weather. To finish of the package, I used some May Arts ribbon, Peppermint twine and those cute leaves. I love that the new wood veneers have the same shape that the stitched leaves from last year. I combined both and colored them with Copics. I hope you like it!!

Thanks tag

Here's a closer look, as you can see I used my Copics to add some shadow to the stamped owl and leaves, I love how this adds more dimension :)

Thanks tag - detail

Don't forget to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration from the DT, a great project and video from Kelly and of course, an amazing giveaway!

Thank you so much for stopping by, have a beautiful day!!

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: You're a Hoot, Thank You Tags
- Lawn Fawn dies: You're a Hoot, Tag You're It, Stitched Journaling Card, Stitched Leaves
- Lawn Fawn paper: Sweater Weather
- Lawn Fawn note cards: Butternut
- Lawn Fawn wood veneers: Fall Leaves
- Lawn Fawn twine: Peppermint
- Memento inks
- Avery Elle inks
- Versamark ink
- White embossing powder
- May Arts ribbons



Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Sending my thanks - Avery Elle project

Hello again!

This is my second post today, if you're here to see my Lawn Fawn project using Sweater Weather, click here or just scroll down. Thanks!! :)

Today I'm featuring Sending you, the sentiments in this sets are lovely!! The font is so sweet and gorgeous!!


I made a card with a mail look, I used a ribbon from May Arts and created an embossed frame with the corner and lines in the set. I paper pieced the little plane with the one of the new Avery Elle papers from The Sorbet collection. Love these papers!!

Sending thanks

This is my last featured stamp from the latest release so that means the new release is just around the corner!! Stay tuned the next week!! Woohoo!!

Thanks for visiting, hugs!

Supply list:
- Avery Elle stamps: Sending you
- Avery Elle papers: The Sorbet collection
- Avery Elle inks: Sapphire
- Memento ink: Toffee Crunch
- Versamark ink
- White embossing powder
- May Arts ribbon

Sweater Weather stamps - LF release week

Hi!!
Lawn Fawn release week continues today featuring a Fall stamp set, Sweater Weather that coordinates with the new Fall paper collection.
It's fun and versatile and it includes one of my favorite single stamps from the release: That gorgeous frame... I'm in love!!

I started with Argyle Backdrops and created this card, of course I had to use the frame!! And because the font used in this set is the same that in the new Finley's ABCs dies, I wanted to create my own sentiment combining both :)

Yep, those two cuties are wishing you a happy day!! I love using new and old stuff together!!

Happy Day

Joining the critters I wish you a happy day as well and thank you so much for stopping by and for your sweet comments during all this release week, I'm a happy girl! :)

Don't forget to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration from the DT, a great project and video from Kelly and of course, an amazing giveaway!

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Sweater Weather, Argyle Backdrops, Into the Woods
- Lawn Fawn dies: Sweater Weather, Finley's ABCs
- Lawn Fawn papers: Sweater Weather
- Lawn Fawn twine: Lemon
- Memento inks
- Distress inks
- Versamark ink
- White embossing powder
- Copic markers

Monday, August 25, 2014

Sweater Weather collection - LF release week

Hi and Happy Monday!!
Today is the 4th day of Lawn Fawn Fall/Winter release week and it's all about paper! Ok and fun coordinating embellishments ;)

We're featuring the new Fall paper collection, Sweater Weather and coordinating flair, twine and wood veneer, yes! Wood veneer! I looooove those cute little wooden leaves :D
And this whole collection... What can I say? It's cozy!! I love the sweet colors and the inclusion of dark blue and green so so yummy! And the patterns are perfect for Fall!

Ok, here's my project, I couldn't help myself and I added a bit of everything (oh! no! there's no wood leaves here! But I made a project using them that I will share soon :))

I'm not a scrapbooker girl, you know it. Said that, I love to use journaling cards on my cards, they are so cute! So I cut one from the 12x12 paper collection with the Stitched journaling card and another one with the big tag die for my sentiment.

Cozy Days

I love the paper pieced bear from Love You S'more all ready for a cooler weather with that scarf, that I borrowed from Snow Day hee hee

Cozy Days - detail

For a finishing touch I added that sweet flair that I think that matches greatly the feeling of the card and put some glossy accents on the heart to continue with the shine of the flair.

Don't forget to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration from the DT, a great project and video from Kelly and of course, an amazing giveaway!

Note: Nat Quebec you were the winner of my giveaway, please contact me before Wednesday or I'll have to choose another winner, these goodies are excited to arrive to a new home! :)

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a nice day!!

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Love you S'More, Snow Day
- Lawn Fawn papers: Sweater Weather (6x6 and 12x12)
- Lawn Fawn dies: Love you S'More, Snow Day, Tag You're it, Stitched Journaling card, Stitched Rectangles
- Lawn Fawn twine: Navy
- Lawn Fawn flair: Sweater Weather

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Spooktacular new dies! - LF release week

Hi everyone!!
Welcome to the second day of the Lawn Fawn Fall/Winter release week!

Today we're featuring some new dies. Ooooh they're so amazing, I'm going to use them everywhere lol (not joking) The new Stitched Hillside borders are perfect to build easy and perfect scenes and if you know me, you know I love to create scenes on my cards :)

Another new die is Forest Border, a super cute adition for your scenes and perfect for every time of the year, just change the cardstock color and you have a fall winter or summer border of trees, so cool! I used them in black for my night scene and I love how they look!

I started this card with the idea of a graveyard in mind then it looked too spooky so I added candy everywhere and the little ghost with his bag ready for Halloween treats, is he cute or what?

I'n not going to lie, cutting all those images, specially the little stars without the dies was time consuming!! I'm getting more and more lazy about cutting haha! But I didn't want the little white borders this time :)

Happy Halloween

I hope you like my "spooky" card hee hee! Don't forget to check the Lawn Fawn blog, it's full of amazing projects from the DT, a video and a great giveaway!!

Thank you so much for your visit, it makes me happy! :)

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Spooktacular
- Lawn Fawn dies: Stitched Hillside, Forest Border, Stitched Rectangles
- Memento ink: Tuxedo Black
- Copics