Monday, June 13, 2016

Plan on it Calendar - Lawn Fawn inspiration week

Hi there!!

Happy Monday! We continue celebrating Lawn Fawn inspiration week featuring Plan On It Calendar. This is another take on the planners world after Plan On It.

I shared with you how I use Plan On It on my planner several months ago and now I wanted to make a card with this new set so you can see that we can stretch our planner stamps to create other stuff as well. I'm sure this set would look amazing on project life pages too!

So I created this card where I stamped all the months of the year (twice) adding little weather elements between them. Then, I placed a big heart in the middle using lawn fawn cardstock and vellum and I placed my sentiment on top.

To match the font used for the months, I masked letters from the words in the set o create my sentiment. It's easy beacuse most of them are the first or last letter of any of the words :)

Don't forget to visit the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration and comment there for a chance to win this set!

Big hugs! See you later with another card :)

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Plan On It Calendar, Big Scripty Words
- Lawn Fawn dies: Big Scripty Words, Stitched Hearts Stackables, Hearts Stackables, Stitched Rectangles Frames
- Lawn Fawn papers: Let's Polka in the Meadow
- Lawn Fawn cardstock
- Copic markers
- Mamento ink Tuxedo Black
- Versafine ink Onyx Black
- Versamark ink
- White embossing powder


Teresa Doyle said...

What a great way to use these stamps Yainea. Very clever!

Jennifer Reece said...

So cute! You are really good with using your stamps in unexpected ways. I love seeing what you create! Thanks for sharing!!!

Deborah Kaye said...

What a great card and super use of the planner stamps! :)

Tenia Nelson said...


Bunny Dobbie said...

Love your alternate use of the planner stamps! Really great card!

LaChelle Unger said...

Such a creative way to use these planner stamps!

LaChelle Unger said...

Such a creative way to use these planner stamps!

TodayLibrary said...

So cool the way you use the stamp set. Adorable card.
Sincerely, Elaine Rico