Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Lawn Fawn June Inspiration Week - Happy Summer

Hi again!

Thank you so much for your sweet comments on yesterday's post, you really made me smile! Thank you!! :)

Today is the second day of Lawn Fawn June Inspiration week and we're featuring a super fun mini set, Happy Summer. I love the cute ants in this mini!!

I created a little and simple card, how yummy looks the watermelon with glossy accents? All those ants are looking for it for sure! lol

I created the gingham using Belinda's Borders and I took a pair of pics with my phone to show you how, sorry for the bad quality!. At the end, I added a red line at the left of each column.

I hope you are enjoynig this Inpiration Week as much as I'm doing! Check Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration (the other DT girls have amazing samples using this set!) and don't forget to comment there for a chance to win this cute and summery mini set!

Thanks for stopping by! Tommorrow I'll have another project to show you so please, come back! :)

Supply List:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Happy Summer, Belinda's Borders
- May Arts ribbon
- Bazzil cardstock: Card Shoppe
- Sizzix Framelits circle die
- Jenni Bowlin ink: Cough Syrup
- Versafine ink: Onyx Black
- Copics
- Glossy Accents


Message Keeper said...

Oh, my! Luckily I visited your blog because I did not know that your gingham is actually using Belinda's Borders! This is brilliant!

Kari said...

You are such an inspiration! How you used Belinda's borders is out of the world! Such an adorable card - and I LOVE that ribbon too!.

Jeanette M. said...

That watermelon looks great! I love your card, Yainea!

snappy scrappy said...

This is gorgeous...I've been addicted to using glossy accents lately...love the slick look. Lee-Ann :)

Chari Moss said...

Your gingham is just brilliant! I must try this! :) Thanks for the amazing idea!!!!

Tracey McNeely said...

This card is just so so so cute. I love your style and that glossy accents watermelon is amazing. How do you glossy accent without a single bubble?

Karin Ã…kesdotter said...

WOW!!! This is Such a GREAT card! what a wonderful design and your watermelon is outstanding!- LOVE it!!!
Hugs, Karin

crazymom said...

Oh I love this card but I do not love ants! Well, in my house that is!! Thanks so much for sharing! Darling card!!!

Unknown said...

What a great technique you used for the gingham! Love it!

Tami B. said...

I couldn't 'not' comment on this one-it is so adorable!

judy said...

I love this card-- the layout and the way you made the gingham border! Thanks for the inspiration!!

Raine said...

You're so clever. I love everything about your card.

~ Jo ~ said...

This is a lovely card, love it! You always give me such good inspiration!


Melissa Shea said...

Adorable and perfectly summer! You are crazy creative! I'm always impressed by your unique stamping ideas! Never in a million years would I have thought to make a gingham pattern with a border stamp!

Sheila said...

Love this card! Cleaver use stamp for pattern!

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