One of my favourite stamp sets from the last Lawn Fawn release was this collection of baking related images. Particularly fitting for me what with the cupcakes and all! I stamped some of the images on to Crafters Companion Neenah Solar White cardstock and then coloured them with Copics. I also used the matching dies to cut them out and make a little cupcake tower on top of the cake stand. The happy birthday die cut is from Spellbinders, and I cut it from white cardstock and then used my Copics to make an ombre effect.
Paper: Lawn Fawn Beachside
Stamps: Lawn Fawn Baked With Love
Dies: Lawn Fawn, Spellbinders, Memory Box
Other: Copic Markers
April and May seem to have passed me by a little, but I have finally managed to take a few pictures of some recent cards so I can share them on here. Here’s the first of the bunch, a little birthday card using Lawn Fawn’s Happy Trails stamps and matching dies, Lawn Fawn Speech Bubble, Grassy Border and Hillside dies. The sentiment is a die from Spellbinders and the papers are from Lawn Fawns’s Let’s Polka! 6×6 pad. Thanks for looking!
I’ve had these lovely stamps for a while now but hadn’t really used them much. I splashed out on the matching dies a couple of weeks ago which has definitely helped! I was inspired by Kristina Werners lovely watercolouring of the bunny and the bear on this card so I thought I would have a go myself with my distress inks. I was really pleased with the result, I am sure that I will be using that technique more in the future. I used paper from Lawn Fawn’s Let’s Polka 6 inch pad and dies from Lawn Fawn and Spellbinders.
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I love these cute little lovely dovey whales from Lawn Fawn! I did some Copic colouring on them and then hand cut them out, I used the smaller Stitched Party Banner for the background, and then used the stitched scallop borders to create the waves by using them upside down.
The paper is from the Lets Polka 6×6 pad, and I used a little bit of silver Lawn Trimmings twine at the top of the banner. I thought it was a perfect opportunity to use some of these lovely iridescent blue sequins for the sea so I may have gone a bit over board there!