Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Baaah Humbug - Lawn Fawn inspiration week


It's last day of Lawn Fawn inspiration week but I have a fun and cute project to share with you. Today the star of the show is Baaah Humbug and I'm super happy with this set because for the first time in the Lawn Fawn history there's a spanish word in a stamp set!! Lol!!!
Hahahaha I'm just joking, but it's true that I'have been asking for a Spanish sentiments set for a while. I know that maybe most of you are not interested a lot on it but there's a lot of spanish-speaking people out there that I know would love that set :)

Ok, stop blabling! And let's see the card. Of course, I had to use the sentiment "Fleece Navidad"! By the way I think it's a super cute pun hee hee

Fleece Navidad

I started sponging some ink in two tones of pink  on the backgroundand, spraying it with a glittery spray and then applying white enamel drops here and there as snow. Then I used Puffy Cloud Borders with vellum and white cardstock and finished the card with the holiday sheeps and stripes of patterned paper.

Fleece Navidad

I hope you enjoyed this inspiration week! Please go and check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration using this stamp set, a video from Kelly and a giveaway!

Thanks for your visit, have a great day!!

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Baaah Humbug, Banneriffic
- Lawn Fawn dies: Baaah Humbug, Puffy Cloud Borders, Banneriffic
- Lawn Fawn paper: Let's Bokeh in the Snow
- Lawn Trimmings: Red Sparkle
- Avery Elle ink
- White liquid enamel
- Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
- Copic markers


Nuria Martin said...

Super cute card, Yainea!!! Thank you for sharing!!

Yuki said...

Super cute! I love how you decorated each sheep differently!

Teresa Doyle said...

This card is just too stinking CUTE! LOL Its just adorable!

jamie vanskiver said...

This is soo stinkin cute! I love this card and this stamp set!

Tami B. said...

Cute, cute and more cute.

SugarGem said...

This is so darling!!!! How did you do the lights on the sheep? Did you do a reverse mask? It looks like a lot of work! Lenae Daly AT Gmail dot Com