Lawn Fawn Fall/Winter 2014 Release Card Explosion

I simply have an explosion of cards that I’ve made using the new stamps and dies from Lawn Fawn that officially release tomorrow!! Check out all the cards and let me know what you think! Hopefully I’ll be sending everyone fun packages tomorrow from LFHQ…. don’t forget to get your orders in early!

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Using Snow Day 6×6 Petite Paper Pack, Snow Day Stamp Set, and Winter Penguin Stamp Set

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Using Hedgehugs Stamp Set, Sweater Weather 6×6 Petite Paper Pack, and Argyle Backdrops

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Using Sweater Weather 6×6 Petite Paper Pack, Finley’s ABCs Lawn Cuts, and Stitched Hillside Lawn Cuts

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Using Sweater Weather 6×6 Petite Paper Pack and Argyle Backdrops (also Scripty Thanks and Stiched Leaves Lawn Cuts)

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Using Sweater Weather 6×6 Petite Paper Pack and Sweater Weather Stamp Set (DIY shaker pieces from images from the papers)

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Using Small Stitched Rectangles Lawn Cuts and Snow Day Stamp Set

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Using Snow Day 6×6 Petite Paper Pack, Finley’s 123s Lawn Cuts, and Violet’s ABCs Stamp Set

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Using Stitched Snowflakes, Snow Day 6×6 Petite Paper Pack, and Snow Day Stamp Set

And here are some awesome 1-Layer Cards….

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Using Spooktacular Stamp Set

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Using Winter Penguin Stamp Set

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and finally using Milk and Cookies Stamp Set! (who said milk has to be white?)

Check out the Lawn Fawn retail store for Stamp and Lawn Cut Sets!

 

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“I’m a REAL robot!” Card Using Lawn Fawn and Add a Little Dazzle

A robot made of REAL metal!! What!?!?

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This week on the Lawn Fawn blog we have been showcasing the versatility of Add a Little Dazzle‘s metal sheets. I got a little too excited with all of the possibilities and tried to cram as many of the ways to use these sheets as I could into this one card and short post.

I used a Fiskars texture plate and a sheet of Perfect Peacock metal to create the soft floral background to play off of a hard and soft theme.  I die cut the flags from both sides of a sheet of Wondrous White metal using the Stitched Journaling Card Lawn Cuts, and adhered them to a piece of vellum using some Glossy Accents in a flowing pattern. I stamped the robot and sentiment from the Beep Boop Birthday Stamp Set on the aluminum side of a metal sheet with StazOn Jet Black Ink. I cut out the robot with its coordinating die and trimmed the sentiment into a thin strip with a flag end.  I popped up the robot with foam squares and bent the sentiment strip into a wavy piece to create my last soft element.

I hope I succeeded in pulling off the hard and soft theme of this card, but if not I still got to put a real metal robot on a card!

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