Saturday, February 13, 2016

Winners: Sending Love - Queen of the Green, Top Mow-It-Alls, Honorable Gnomes

Good morning, everyone! Christy here, wishing you all a lovely Valentine's Day Eve. I hope that you'll be spending your day with someone you love. Love was definitely in the air for our Sending Love Challenge! We had such a great turnout and a fabulous selection of entries. I love it when you all make our job hard! Lol.




We want to thank the lovely Ellen Hutson, LLC for sponsoring this round. Our lucky Queen of the Green is going to walk away with a $25 gift certificate for her effort, and the rest of us get to walk away inspired by all this great talent! Let's get to it.





Our Sending Love Queen of the Green is:




Isn't this just darling?
Congratulations, Ro! 
Please contact Laurel at laurelbeard at me dot com within 48 hours to claim your prize.



Let's move on to our Top Mow-It-Alls:









These projects just couldn't be any sweeter!



And last but not least, our Honorable Gnomes:




Huge congrats to all our winners! Please grab your winner's badge from our tab up above and display it on your blog with pride. You earned it!

We'd like to thank everyone who played along in our Sending Love Challenge! We enjoyed every project! Please tune back in here on Monday for a brand-new challenge that we just know you're going to love!



Friday, February 12, 2016

A pair of love-ly cards!

Hi, everybody! Suzanne here, and I was inspired by the upcoming Valentine's Day holiday on Sunday to make these two love-themed cards!


My first card features a scene that I put together with Lawn Fawn's retired "Good Fortune" stamp set. I used paper from the "Let's Polka in the Dark" petite paper pad to make a simple background for my card front.


My second card features a 3-D accent that I made with the "Sweet Smiles" stamp set. I used permanent solvent ink to stamp on a transparent sheet and layered some mini hearts that I punched from a few scraps of Lawn Fawn paper


I used foam tape between the layers to give the bubble gum machine some dimension. It's not a shaker element because all of the hearts are adhered to either the transparent sheet or the bottom layer.

Thanks so much for stopping by today! We'll have a new challenge on Monday, so make sure you join us!

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Coloring on Vellum!

Hey there Fawny Fans!
Chrissie here with you today.  Guess what? I made a video!!! Yep.  And I'm sharing it right here, right now! I'll show you how to color on vellum and make a bright and fun card using Distress Inks along with some Lawn Fawn goodness!







Thanks for stopping by today!

-Chrissie :)

SUPPLIES USED:

Stamps/Dies: Lawn Fawn Blue Skies
Distress Inks: Squeezed Lemonade, Peacock Feathers, Picked Raspberry, Ripe Persimmon
Spectrum Aquas: Meadow, Aquamarine, Red Violet
Spectrum Noir Sparkle: Crystal Clear
White Embossing Powder: Ranger
Other: Xyron Sticker Maker

Monday, February 8, 2016

You Brighten My Life

Good morning!  Jess here today with a lot of sparkles!  I just received a new wink of stella clear glitter brush marker in the mail and I was excited to use it!  I used my last one until it literally had no glitter left and I had forgotten just how sparkly a new marker would be!
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I started off by die-cutting the Puffy Cloud Borders using white cardstock, silver glitter cardstock, and vellum.  I also used the Rainbow die to die-cut colored cardstock and then heavily applied clear wink of stella glitter all over the rainbow.  It's so sparkly it practically blinds you when it catches the light!
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I stamped the sentiment from Life is Good onto one of the cloud layers and embossed it with silver embossing powder.  I adhered the starry patterned paper from the Pint-Sized Patterns: Beachside collection to an A2 card base and then arranged the clouds and rainbow over the background.  I used foam mounting tape for some of the pieces to give the scene a little dimension.  Finally I adhered a stitched frame around the edge of the card to cover up some of the uneven edges!

The current Lawnscaping Challenge is Sending Love, using hearts or love sentiments on your projects, and I created this card with the challenge in mind!  I hope this inspires you to play along with the challenge!  Thanks so much for visiting and have a fabulous Monday!

-Jess