Hello everyone! What do you do when you need some quick graduation cards? Simple Stories Rad Grad collection to the rescue! I created three really quick and easy cards. Here’s a look at the first card I created using this fun collection.
This card measures 5-1/2×5-1/2. The base of the card is black cardstock. I added some layers of black and white behind the design papers to just separate the patterns. The sentiment on the front is one of the 4×4 cut outs from the collection making this card really quick. I used a gold glitter shimmer pen over the writing and stars. I left the inside of this first card blank.
I did use some of the design papers to finish off the inside.
For the second card I decided to create a fun gatefold style card.
I used another one of the cut outs for the focal point on the front of the card. Lots of layers with the black and white cardstock to separate the patterns. I had some gold star brads in my stash so I added those to the front as well.
I used the Happy, Happy, Happy stamp set from Lawn Fawn for the inside sentiment. I added another cute gold star brad to finish it off.
I decided to create a fun fold card for the third one. Here’s a look at the front of the card.
Again the cut out is the focal point on the front. I used a little star punch and add some black glitter stars to the upper left hand corner of this Z fold card. Here’s a look at the inside.
I used the same sentiment from the Lawn Fawn stamp set but this time I heat embossed the word “happy” with some gold embossing powder. A couple more black glitter stars and this card is ready to go!
There you have it! Three quick but fun cards for graduation.
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 have a quick card to share. It’s Simon Says Stamps birthday so for their Wednesday Challenge they asked that you create a birthday card. I used cute Simon from Simon Says Stamps since it is their birthday. Here’s my card front.
I stamped the images and colored them with my Copics. I used some pretty rainbow papers from Lawn Fawn for the background.
Here’s another closeup of the front
I added some clear Wink of Stella to the balloons and stars. I stamped Happy Birthday on the inside of the card as well.
That’s my card! Happy Birthday Simon Says Stamps!!
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 cute little treat bag that I created with some new Lawn Fawn stamps and dies as well as a few older Lawn Fawn dies. I am a huge fan of Lawn Fawn products. They have cornered the market on cuteness in my opinion. Heres a photo of the treat bag that I created.
I used the Lawn Fawn treat bag die as the base for my project. I also used their new Perfectly Plaid spring design papers to die cut the bag. If you love plaids then this collection pack is a must have! I wanted my treat bag to have a little interaction so I used the Lift the Flap die set and cut a hidden flap on the front of my treat bag.
When the flap is open you will see the little Easter eggs.
There you have it! Have a great week!
Lawn Fawn products used
Treat Bag Die
Lift the Flap Die
Grassy Border Die
Happy Easter Border Die
Some Bunny Stamp and Die set
Perfectly Plaid Spring 12×12 Collection
Today I want to share a fun project with you. I wanted to pair my love of mini albums with my love of all things Lawn Fawn. This is a fun Itty Bitty mini album using some new papers from Lawn Fawn as well as some of their fabulous and fun dies. Thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by!It’s time for another challenge over at PDE Linky Party. The challenge this week is Anything Goes. For my project I created some fun mini treat holders. These will hold a full size Ghiradelli chocolate.
I used some fun plaid paper from Lawn Fawn. The solid cardstock is from Stampin’ Up. I made three holders using traditional white,red, and green. I tied the little holders closed with some fun twine by Lawn Fawn. Here’s a closeup of the holders.
Here’s a picture showing the holder open.
I finished decorating the front of my holders using a fun little stamp set from My Creative Time. I also used a scallop circle die and circle punch to cut them out. These were super quick and easy to create. My inspiration of this project came from Angie at mychicnscratch.com
You could use this little holder for a piece of pretty jewelry and close it with a magnet. How fun would that be! Have a great weekend and I hope you join the fun at PDE Linky Party!
Hello everyone! It’s time for another challenge at PDE Linky Party! This time the challenge is “All Cards”. Here’s what I created.
I used a cute little stamp and die set from Lawn Fawn called “Thanks a Bushel”. I stamped the apples in the basket twice. Once on white cardstock and once on kraft. I colored in my apples on the white cardstock with my Zig Clean Color brush markers, then trimmed the basket portion from the kraft stamped image and layered it onto the white stamped image with foam tape. I used some solid brown cardstock for the base of my card. I used some plaid paper from Lawn Fawn for the background and die cut it with a cross stitch rectangle die that is also from Lawn Fawn. I used a stitched border die to create a little hill for the basf apples to sit on. Here’s a closeup of the front.
I stamped the sentiment in versa mark ink and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I added a few sequins and some twine to finish off the front of the card.
I stamped another sentiment from the same stamp set on the inside of my card.
I layered a strip of the plaid paper on the inside as well just to finish it off.
There you have my card for the challenge! I hope you decide to join us at PDE Linky Party!
Have a great weekend!