I used the colors from the Spring Inspiration Board along with the Fairy Friends stamp set! The images were water-colored with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. The background was created with Peacock Feathers Distress Ink, a stencil and water-coloring on top of the stenciled lines!
Thank you! 🙂 ~Samantha
We’re so happy you shared this gorgeous card with us today, Samantha!
Have a lovely day to all our Lawn Fawnatics friends!
Hey everyone, Christy here with a quick and easy card inspired by our latest Mood Board Challenge. My first card was inspired by both the beautiful photos and color palette. This time I decided to think outside the box, or rather, the boxes themselves.
I had also just gotten my hands on my favorite set of the new release, You’re Claw-some, and even though I am loving all these super fun interactive cards I’m seeing with it, I wanted to challenge myself to use it in a different, simpler way.
I stamped all my images and colored them with Copics, keeping the bears very neutral so my unicorn would stand out. Then I layered them each on a Cross-Stitched Square die cut from Watercolor Wishes paper, leaving one for my sentiment. I popped those squares up on a white Stitched Rectangle Stackables panel, and layered that over a sheet of Perfectly Plaid Rainbow paper die cut with the Zig Zag Rectangle. Then I added the whole thing to a white standard notecard. Quick, simple, easy, and cute.
You still have a few days left to enter our challenge! Hope to see your project there.
To start I blended Wilted Violet, Broken China, and Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide inks onto a piece of watercolor paper and spritzed it with Perfect Pearls spray for a little shimmer. I trimmed down the panel and adhered it to white card base. Next I stamped the flamingo from Flamingo Together onto Copic-friendly cardstock with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink and colored him with Copic markers. I also added some clear sparkle over his body for extra shine. I die-cut him with the coordinating dies and set him aside while I put the card together.
I used the Ocean Wave Borders die to die cut light blue cardstock and then stamped the sentiment from Flamingo Together with Versamark ink and heat-embossed it with white embossing powder. I adhered the waves to the water-colored background and then used foam mounting tape to adhere my flamingo to the scene. I finished the card with a sprinkling of clear iridescent sequins!
I hope this gives you some ideas on how to use the color palette for our current challenge! Have a wonderful weekend and happy crafting!