Monday, June 3, 2013

Seize The Birthday #18


Today is my first time trying to follow a sketch for a challenge and also making a masculine card. I had a fun time with it and a lot of things I used for the first time on a card, twine, glossy accents, and a bunch of new products.

So I'm not really sure with blogspot how to turn the photo 90 degrees counter clockwise. But here is a photo of my project. I'm pretty happy with it. Definitely showing improvement from previous cards and I love the Lawn Fawn products that I used in this card.

Stamps: Happy Everything (Lawn Fawn)
Twine: Lemon Single Cord (Lawn Fawn)
Die Cuts: Puffy Stars Lawn Cuts (Lawn Fawn)
Paper: Pink Lemonade 12 x 12 (Lawn Fawn)**
Card stock: Some type of core'dinations paper 8 1/2 x 11(the card base), DCWV Cardstock Stack Brights w/white core 8x8 pad
Ink: VersaMagic Aloe Vera Chalk Ink
Other: Big Shot, Sharpie Pen, Glossy Accents (to adhere bow), Mono Multi Adhesive Liquid Glue, Xyron 1.5" Sticker Maker, Martha Stewart Score Board, We R Memory Keepers Stylus, Cricut Paper Trimmer (soon will be replaced, yay!), Pink ATG, Inkadinkadoo Stamping Block, We R Memory Keepers Magnetic Cutting Mat, Ranger Craft Mat,  Scrapbook Adhesives 3d foam squares, We R Memory Keepers Precision Scissors

**The Lawn Fawn paper I used here was from a 12x12 paper collection from Lawn Fawn but I didn't buy it! I got it FREE with my purchase of stamps and die cuts and lots of other fun Lawn Fawn products by buying direct from . As a wonderful note they send you some of their free papers with every order and a free thank you photopolymer stamp. The whole Lawn Fawn team is amazing and the package come with cute yarn and blue lawn trimmings wrapped around it and I actually save it all and keep looking for a project to use it in. They have free shipping on orders over $75 and are very quick with sending your order out. I actually love their stamps so much that I made an excel file on all the stamp sets they have available. Their stamp sets lend themselves to being combined in unique ways together due to same cute, whimsical style in every set and nice solid stamping lines. Love, love, LOVE Lawn Fawn.

I think I got everything, whew! I used the sketch from Seize the Birthday.


Thank you for reading and wish me luck. Lol.

1 comment:

  1. Great job on following your first sketch. I find it so much easier to create when I follow a sketch. Your card is great. So glad you joined us this week at Seize the Birthday.


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