Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun interactive card created with some Lawn Fawn products. I used the fun Pivot Pop Up die to create my card. I love how this card is just a fun surprise when opened! I also used some fun Lawn Fawn papers for my card. Here’s a look at the front of my card.
For the flowers I used the little flowers die.
I actually think everything that I die cut is from Lawn Fawn.
Here’s a look at the fun pivot pop up on the inside!
That’s my card! It was fun using my Lawn Fawn stash! They do have some adorable products! I love how you can mix and match the dies to create the perfect scene. I’m going to enter this into the LawnFawnatics Challenge. Have a great day
Lawn Fawn Products Used
Gotta Have Gingham 6×6 paper pad
Perfectly Plaid Rainbow 6×6 pad
Watercolor Wishes 6×6 pad
Pivot Pop Up Die
Grassy Hillside Borders Die
Little Flowers Die
Small Stitched Envelope – Thanks word die
Stitched Heart Envelope – scalloped rectangle die
Out of this World – sun die cut
Love Letters – stamped sentiment
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a project using the fabulous Graphic 45 Sun Kissed Collection. This is my project for National Scrapbooking Day Weekend Retreat!
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Hello everyone! Today I have a cute little Folio to share. I used the new Photoplay Spread Your Wings Collection.
This is such a great collection. Thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fast little project created with EchoParks’s Imagine That 6×6 paper pad. You can pick up this fun collection at a Country Craft Creations.
Hello everyone. Today I want to share a few cards that I created using the leftover papers from Authentique’s Dame Collection.
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Hello everyone! Graphic 45 recently posted their 2018 Brand Ambassador Audition call. I love everything Graphic 45 so I decided to apply. Here are the projects I created for my audition.
Graphic 45 Little Women Mini Album…
Here’s a quick video walk through for this project.
Sun Kissed Pop Up Storage Box with Folio
Here’s a quick video walk through of the project as well as a step by step tutorial on how I created the base Folio.
There you have it! Wish me luck! I know there are so many amazing crafters out there and Graphic 45 is such an amazing company to design for.
Hello everyone! Today I have a fun little project to share. I am a huge Lawn Fawn fan and they have a really fun challenge blog. You should check it out! I decided to participate. The challenge was to create a set of cards with a box. Here’s what I created.
Here’s a closeup of the box front
I used the Lawn Fawn Pretty Poppy die for the flower on the front of the box. I die cut it in Ballet Slipper card stock also from Lawn Fawn.
My cards measure 3-1/4×3-1/4 square. I used some the Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Spring papers. I cut the plaid with their dotted square stackable dies. I stamped the Flamingo and colored it with my Copic markers. I used the Flamingo Together stamp set.
I created five cards with matching envelopes. The envelopes were created using the WeR Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board. The small flower on the front of the cards was cut with the Spring Sprig die from Lawn Fawn. The smile sentiment is from Lawn Fawn as well.
I added an extra little flower to the inside of each of the cards.
There you have it! That’s my project created for the Lawnfawnatics challenge blog!
I have a tutorial on my youtube channel for the box. You can find it here!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a Trifold Folio created using the O Canada collection by Photoplay. This collection is amazing!
I did a quick Facebook Live showcasing this project but wanted to also share it here on my blog!
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Hello everyone! Today I’m excited to share a fun mini Gatefold Folio created with the Carta Bella Country Kitchen Collection. This project is a collaboration with Francis Long of Your Book of Memories on YouTube.
We thought it would be fun to use the same collection and same tutorial and share how we each used the collection on the same project. The tutorial for this project is one of hers. The link for the tutorial as well as the link to her project is in the description box below.
This is a really fun collection. You can pick it up from Country Craft Creations!