Lawn Fawn - Magic Picture Changer Oven Thanksgiving Card

jeudi 1 octobre 2020

 Hi there,

It's inspiration week at Lawn Fawn and today the design team is showcasing "A creature was stirring" along with the "Magic Picture Changer Oven add-on". This new stamp set contains Christmas themed images but the mice are neutral so I decided to make a Thanksgiving card.

I stamped the images using jet black ink, cut them all using the coordinating dies, and colored everything using my alcohol markers. When the coloring was done, I moved on to the magic picture changer mechanism and I cut two pieces of strathmore bristol cardstock: a long one for the pocket die and a short one for the moving piece die. I marked the windows with a pencil and then I placed the long panel in my misti tool.

I stamped and masked the pie and the tray, and used hickory smoke distress ink to create the inside of the oven. I removed the masks, and because of those masks some lines were not connected so I used my memento marker to connect everything.

Next I used the same images and a third one on the small panel. I stamped the cream first, next the pie and then the tray. I used masks again to cover the images, and hickory smoke distress ink to create the inside of the oven on that panel as well, just like the long panel.

And next I used my alcohol markers to color the images on both panels.

Once the images were done, I added white highlights, taped the dies on the panels and sent everything to my die cutting machine. I folded the pocket panel in half right on the score line, and I folded the tabs as well, I applied thin double sided tape on those tabs, inside the panel and outside as well, removed the backing paper off the tabs on the inside, and I folded those tabs to attach them inside the panel.

Next I applied a lot of powder inside the pocket panel on the flaps, along the tabs as well, and also at the back of the moving piece. And I used my bone folder to make the edges softer. Sometimes the dies can create harsh lines so doing this really help to make the magic picture changer work easier.

Next I put the moving piece into the pocket panel through the slot, and I put each little flap into a slot. I pulled on the moving piece to interlock everything, made sure that the moving piece was lined up between the tabs, removed the backing paper off the tabs, and finally closed the pocket panel to complete the magic picture changer pocket.

Next I moved on to the background and created a very simple brick wall on a 5,5 x 4,25 inches panel. I taped the brick wall stencil on top of that panel and used scattered straw distress ink to create my wall, and next I used the same ink watered down to create some texture on my brick wall.

For the oven, I cut all the pieces out of shimmery cardboard, white cardstock and also gold mirror cardstock using the new "Magic Picture Changer Oven Add-on", and I assembled everything easily and quickly.

For the kitchen floor, I attached a piece of wood pattern paper from the "Into the woods" paper pack, and stuck the oven on top using double sided foam tape. I also added two burners on top of the oven, and next I attached my sentiment. It was white heat embossed on paper bag cardstock and cut using a die from "Everyday Sentiment Banners".

Next I attached all my images using foam squares again and also glue dots, and when it was done, I added white highlights on the images, also added a few autumn leaves here and there to fill up the space and finally attached a rainbow handle with a golden arrow at the top of the pull tab.

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Stamp sets
- A creature was stirring
- Cutie pie
- Forest feast
- Happy harvest
- Holiday party animal
- Let's go nuts
- Jump for joy

Die sets
- Magic picture changer
- Magic picture changer add-on
- Magic picture changer oven add-on
- Large stitched rectangle stackables
- Everyday sentiment border

- Brick stencil
- Shimmery neutrals
- Shimmery pastel
- Metallic gold
- Paper bag cardstocks
- Into the woods 6x6 paper pack
- Jet black ink
- Clear embossing ink
- White embossing powder

- Spectrum Noir markers
- Distress inks: hickory smoke, scattered straw
- Sakura white gel pen
- 80lb Neenah solar white cardstock
- Strathmore bristol smooth cardstock

2 commentaires:

  1. Hi hun, this card is one of the best magic picture changer cards I’ve seen so far, I haven’t seen the oven add on before, it’s really good and the idea of putting a pie in there is great. The card as a whole is so cute. I’m really stuck between getting the shutter card die or this magic picture changer, as I’d love something different, but with the add ins they can be quite expensive, then I think of how many Lawn Fawn stamp sets I could get instead with that money - I’m trying to build my stamp set and just when I’ve decided on the stamp sets I want, new ones are released ha ha. I’d love to build up a good collection so I can use various stamps n mix n match to get more use outa them. Awh well have too see what Father Christmas brings. Today I’ve been sorting out my Spectrum Noir Markers I was shocked when I realised I had 172 lol, I’ve started doing a swatch of all the colours I have and have realised that the pens have actually changed, there’s quite a few I haven’t got but I’m hoping I will be able to use them along side the ones I already have (do u know if I buy the colours I don’t have, if they will be compatible, I mean by blending together? Anyway hun, I’ve been watching some of your earlier videos tonight and trying to make a note of colour blends you use, especially for animals. Thanks again for all your hard work. Chat again soon xx Nessa