Lawn Fawn - Easter Card - Chocolate Bunnies

dimanche 16 avril 2017

Hey there!

Recently I've been inspired by an Easter card from Elena from Black Sheep 303. It was a pop-up card with "chocolate bunnies", and I wanted to create one or two as well. So here they are!

I first started by creating my own pattern paper using a carrot stamp from Lawn Fawn. It was my first time using this stamp set and I wonder why I haven't use it before because it is super cute!

To make the edges of my panel even cuter, I used a scalloped rectangle. Then I stamped the bunnies and colored them using alcohol markers. I also die cut a little rectangle to stamp and heat emboss my sentiment on.

Before attaching my sentiment, I wrapped my carrot paper with some natural hemp cord, and glued it to the green paper using fun foam and liquid glue to get some nice dimension.

I attached the whole panel to some heavy white cardstock, adhered my two little bunnies on each side of the banner using foam squares and added black enamel accents to their eyes and noses to make them look more adorable.

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- "Rooting for you" & "Snow day" stamp sets + coordinating dies from Lawn Fawn
- Fancy scalloped rectangle stackables from Lawn Fawn
- Scalloped rectangle stackables from Lawn Fawn
- Orange soda + pale tomato inks from Hero Arts
- Green apple + green leaf inks from Simon Says Stamp
- Some bunny stamp set from Simon Says Stamp
- Celebrate Easter 6x6 paper pack from Echo Park
- Spectrum Noir markers
- Memento tuxedo black ink from Tsukineko
- Hemp cord from Darice
- Versamark ink from Tsukineko
- Antique gold embossing powder from Simon Says Stamp
- 80lb + 110lb solar white cardstock from Neenah

Lawn Fawn - Cupcakes Sprinkled with Joy - Shaker Card

lundi 3 avril 2017

Hello there!

Please someone stop me from making all these shaker cards because it's starting to be a serious addiction! xD

I first started by die cutting three little windows in a cute multicolor polka dot paper. Then I marked the three spaces so I would know where to attached the foam strips. I also glued a piece of clear acetate at the back of the polka dot paper using double sided tape.

I stamped the cupcakes on white cardstock using a Copic friendly black ink because I wanted to use my alcohol markers. So I colored the cupcakes and cut them using the coordinating dies.

I filled the three little spaces with sequins and beads that would match the colors of each cupcake, attached the polka dot paper on top of it, and glued each cupcake on a window.

Then I created my sentiment using gold embossing powder, and created a banner I could attach with the glitter ribbon and twine I was planning to tie on the left side of the panel. 

I attached the whole panel on white cardstock using my favorite double sided tape, and added a touche of clear glitter on each cupcake.

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- "Baked with love" stamp set + coordinating dies from Lawn Fawn
- Everyday sentiment banner die from Lawn Fawn
- "Magical Birthday" stamp set from Simon Says Stamp
- Polka dot paper from the "Celebrate Easter" 6x6 paper pad by Echo Park
- Stitched triple peek-a-boo windows die from My Favorite Things
- Spectrum Noir markers
- Antique gold embossing powder from Simon Says Stamp
- Pool Party glitter ribbon from Stampin Up!
- Twine from Doodlebug
- Beads + sequins from Pretty Pink Posh & Rayher
- Wink of Stella clear glitter pen from Zig
- Versamark ink from Tsukineko
- 110lb solar white cardstock from Neenah
- Clear acetate from my stash