Fawny Holiday Week Christmas Love Card

Today is the last day of Fawny Holiday Week! 😦  The inspiration has been out of control!

For my last card, I created a 4-bar size card that showcases two cute tags.

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I used the Peace, Joy, Love Stamp Set to create the Christmas light background. I stamped the strung lights with the BRAND NEW Simon Says Stamp White Ink. This white ink is so incredible – it’s crisp and bold white. Look how great in looks on kraft! I then used a few COPIC markers to color in the lights.

I used the Tag, You’re It Lawn Cuts to cut the two tags out of Neenah Solar White Cardstock and a reinforcer out of Neenah Desert Storm Cardstock. For the larger tag, I rubbed my Simon Says Stamp Beanstalk Green Ink Pad all over the tag to make it the perfect color. I also stamped a faint border using a stamp from the Winter Gifts Stamp Set in white ink. Then I stamped the “love” sentiment from the Peace, Joy, Love Stamp Set, colored in the light bulbs, and covered them in Glossy Accents for shine.

For the smaller tag, I stamped a border from the same Winter Gifts Stamp Set in Simon Says Stamp Cobblestone Ink. I also stamped some trees from the Peace, Joy, Love Stamp Set in inks that matched the colors of the lights. I tied the tags and reinforcer together with some Green Sparkle Lawn Trimmings and used foam tape to adhere them to my card front.

Fawny Holiday Week has been so much fun for me! Thank you so much to everyone who participated including readers, artists, and all my co-workers at Lawn Fawn!

For supplies, please click the links throughout the post. InLinkz was, once again, giving me issues. 😦

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