Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Good Fortune - Lawn Fawn February Inspiration Week

Hello there!

Today is the last day of  February's Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week and today we are featuring Good Fortune. This one is a versatile set that could be used for a lot of different occassions, to prove it I made two cards today!

My first card is a love card, perfect for Valentine's day but also for all year round, it's good to say I love you frequently! ;) The card is pretty simple but I needed to share this clever idea that my boyfriend had, he said why you don't open the box? Could you do it? And he gave me this idea on how to do it. I was thinking a moment and I said, of course, that will work! haha so here it is! And it is super easy! Just stamp the top of the box several times and cut the small triangles, then mask the top of the box, stamp again, glue the little triangles around the top and voila! you have an opened box :) Hope you like the idea and give it a try :)


My second card is a Happy New Year card, I think it's not too late to celebrate it, we're in a new Lunar Year, the snake year so Happy New Year to all of you :)

And because it's about the Chinese New Year, I made my card very Oriental-themed using gold, red and black and I paired this new set with an old one, Lunar Lights, I love totally this lights, in real life and of course the cute stamp version.

The flowers stamped on the background are from Summertime Charm, they are perfect as blossoms!

It's an interactive card so if you pull the piece of paper you'll discover your fortune for this new year, ha! Hope you like it! :)


Supply list: (I love you)
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Good Fortune
- Lawn trimmings: Peppermint
- Memento ink: Tuxedo Black, Love Letter
- Stickles: Xmas Red
- Washi tape
- Copics

Supply list: (Happy New Year)
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Good Fortune, Lunar Lights and Summertime Charm
- Memento ink: Tuxedo Black, Lilac Posies
- Versamark ink
- WOW embossing glitter: Sierra Sunrise
- Copics
- Golden cardstock
- Bazzil cardstock: Candy Shoppe collection

Take a look at the Lawn Fawn blog today for more inspiration with cards by the other DT members and a great video by Kelly and, of course, a giveaway! And don't forget to check there the winners tomorrow!

Thank you so much for stopping by! Hugs!

20 comments:

lenny said...

These are awesome! Love 'em both!!
So clever of you to cut open the take out box!! So cool!
Gorgeous colors on the second card! wow! You did a GREAT job...as usual!!

Kelly said...

these are so fabulous! love the glittery hearts and the sticks grabbing one. very cute!

gRiSeL™ said...

No, no, no.... No puedo contigo!!!!!! Es que wow, qué imaginación más genial tienes, Yainea!!!!!!!!! Las dos tarjetas me encantaron, pero esa primera con la cajita abierta? I have no words... I don't think I'll ever get over it!!! You're BRILLIANT, girl!!!!!!! :D

Renee said...

You are so creative and clever! Beautiful work on both cards!

Kanan Pandya said...

Lovely cards, Yainea. Great colors and as always unique design. Thank you for sharing this. :-)

snappy scrappy said...

Both are too cute!! Lee-Ann :)

ValByDesign, Valerie said...

Great, great cards!! i LOVE THEM!

Barb Ghig said...

I love how you always think 'outside the box', and in this case, you 'opened the box'! Both cards are so, so, cute!

Miao said...

Really beautiful cards! :)

Lizzy C said...

Wow! These cards totally rock! What a brilliant idea to "open" the takeout box and your second card is so fabulous with the traditional colors and the addition of lunar lights- love!

conil said...

Such a smart girl you are...The chopsticks holding the heart is pure genius...the colors and design with the little cookie and the fortune actually pulling out of it is fantastic.

Jean Bullock said...

Each time I visit, I am amazed at the gorgeous cards you create.

Kari Webster said...

You're something special, my friend. always thinking of clever ways to use Lawn Fawn stamps. Both cards are out of this world!

SHartl said...

LOVE how you colored the fortune cookies...they look so real!

Tami B. said...

I really should make a Pinterest board for nothing but "Yainea".

Message Keeper said...

I love that Chinese New Year card so much! Would like to know how you made the pull out that piece of paper from the fortune cookies if you do not mind. :)

Melissa Shea said...

You are so clever! I love the opened box (awesome idea, BF!) and the pull out fortune is SO cool!

Christiana said...

Both of these are just incredible! Love them!

maria f. said...

Such lovely cards. Your coloring/shading adds so much to your cards. Happy new year!!

Kari Webster said...

Yainea - I am looking back for inspiration on Good Fortune - and I wanted to know how you made the "pull out fortune"? Spill your secret, girl! HA!