Lawn Fawn - Reveal Wheel Space Bedroom

mardi 16 mars 2021

 Hi there,

I'm back with a cute scene showcasing a little girl writing a presentation about her dream job. As always, I went through my entire Lawn Fawn collection to pick some cute images that I stamped on 80lbs neenah solar white cardstock using jet black ink, and colored using my alcohol markers.

When everything was colored, I created the screens for the computer. I cut a wheel out of the same paper cardstock, placed the rectangle template on top, and kept those pieces together using a brad. I used a pencil to draw the three rectangles and then stamped additional images in those three rectangles that I colored using my alcohol markers again.

Next I created the room to set my scene, and started by cutting a reveal wheel square panel + rectangle window out of sugarplum cardstock. And I wanted to have a starry wallpaper so I run the panel in my die cut machine along with the snowy backdrop die. I added a tiny bit of wilted violet distress ink on the edges to add some contrast, and then cut a second reveal wheel square panel + rectangle window out of shimmer blue cardstock, and I layered those two elements to get a cool starry wallpaper.

To ground the scene, I cut a piece of dark blue dotted cardstock using the reveal wheel square die again, and to finish that border nicely, I cut a strip out of the same paper and attached the elements at the bottom of my starry panel.

Next I assembled the pieces: I cut a small circle using a die from the reveal wheel die set and put the brad into the center of it, placed the brad into the reveal wheel at the back of it, and opened the brad to keep those elements together. I flipped the wheel over and attached 2mm foam squares on the white circle, removed the backing paper, and then placed the wheel behind the violet panel, making sure to align one of the screens with the window, and I pressed onto another sugarplum square panel to attach the wheel only on that panel. I added a bunch of 2mm foam squares all the around the wheel, and then placed the starry panel on top to finally complete the interactive part of the card.

Next I attached all my cute images on my sugarplum starry panel using liquid glue and glue dots.

Once everything was attached, I stuck my reveal wheel panel on a blue dotted panel that I stuck on a mermaid card base, and then created my sentiment with the word 'Believe' in big capital letters and the words 'in yourself' that I white heat embossed on black licorice cardstock.

I cut the word 'Believe' three times: one time out of shimmer navy blue cardstock, and two times out of blue jay cardstock. I stuck the blue jay letters together and then the shimmer ones on top to get nice dimension.

The final step was to add an arrow on the right side to tell the recipient of the card how to use it, and finally I added white highlights on the images using my white gel pen, and that's it, all done.

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Stamps sets
- Virtual friends
- Out of this world
- Beam me up
- So owlsome
- Plan on it: school
- You're just my type
- Christmas dreams
- Den sweet den
- Meow you doin
- Reveal wheel circle sentiments
- Really high five

Die sets
- Reveal wheel
- Reveal wheel rectangle window add-on
- Reveal wheel rectangle template
- Finley's ABCs
- Snowy backdrop
- Picket fence border
- Large stitched rectangle stackables
- Outside in stitched rectangle stackables

- Black licorice
- Sugarplum
- Blue jay
- Mermaid
- Shimmer tropical
- Shimmer gemstone
- Dotted tropical
- Dotted gemstone

- Jet black ink
- Glue dots
- Liquid glue
- Clear embossing ink
- White embossing powder

- Spectrum Noir & Graph'it Brush alcohol markers
- Distress ink: wilted violet
- Sakura white gel pen
- 80lbs Neenah solar white cardstock

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