Hey friends, Christy here with a super fun Christmas card inspired by our current challenge! I took the color palette and gave it a girly twist by adding pink into the mix. I’d been dying to ink up my Winter Otter, so I colored him with Copic markers and gave him a little candy cane to hold. So cute!
For a finishing touch, I added a trio of Stitched Snowflakes, with a dab of Stickles glitter glue in the centers. If you’d like to see the video tutorial for this card, please visit my YouTube channel, Christy Gets Crafty.
Sending a Happy Thanksgiving to those celebrating today with family and friends! We are so thankful for our Fawnatics friends and your support and enthusiasm for our challenges! We think you are the best!
Samantha’s gorgeous design features our Let it Snow set! She stamped the trees with Distress Oxide inks using the “rock and roll” technique to get a beautiful color mix on the images.
She used regular Distress ink in shades of blue to create this wonderful stenciled watercolor background! The pop of red on the sentiment banner completes the color story!
Thank you so much for sharing your awesome inspiration with us today, Samantha!
Thank you so much for the wonderful walk down memory lane! It was great to see some of our older stamp sets getting some love on your amazing cards and projects! Thank you all so much for inspiring us! If you are one our Featured Fawnatics today, we would love for you to grab this badge to add to your blog and other social media!
Now we have our random winner for Challenge 16 – Use Your Oldest Lawn Fawn Set, who wins a $25.00 gift certificate to our shop at lawnfawn.com!
And the winner is #4
Congratulations to Debbie Rumpza!
Please send an email to fawnies(at)lawnfawn(dot)com with Lawn Fawnatics winner in the subject line. Then grab the winner badge to display on your blog and social media!
We will share Design Team inspiration during the next 2 weeks for our Challenge 17 – Color Inspiration! This new challenge runs until Sunday December 3rd at 11:59PM PT. We are looking forward to seeing what you will share!