We are overwhelmed by the awesome response to our first challenge! You guys are amazing and we are so inspired by all the fabulous projects you’ve been sharing! The Birthday Challenge ends on Sunday, April 2nd, and we will have another fun challenge for you on Monday! On Tuesday we will announce our random winner from the Birthday challenge and feature some awesome projects by our Fawnatics! But we couldn’t wait till Tuesday to feature some projects that caught our eye, prepare to be inspired!
We love this cute stack of Elphie Selfie critters on Kuni’s awesome card!
Stacey created an adorable card starring Big Foot from our Lovable Legends set!
Lenae‘s Year Seven card is fabulous, festive and so fun!
Natalie‘s Year Five birthday design is full of sunshine and bright color!
We’d love for our featured crafters to grab the Featured Fawnatics badge to display on your blog or photo gallery.
A big thank you to everyone for sharing your awesome projects with us. Be sure to join us here on Monday, April 3rd for a new challenge!
Christy has a fun post to share with us today! Prepare to be inspired!
Hey crafty friends! It’s Christy here with a super cute birthday card to go along with our first challenge! I can’t believe that Lawn Fawn is seven this month! I’ve been a fan from the very beginning.
One of my favorite things about Lawn Fawn is that their images work so well together! You can pretty much combine images from any set, old or new, and they will play so nicely together. For today’s card I used Hang In There, Critters In The Jungle, Party Animal, and Happy Summer. Can you spot all four sets?
I colored my images with Copic markers, making sure to add lots of different greens to my leaves to really give it that authentic jungle feel. I knew I wanted to create a recessed window using the Echo Park Jungle Safari 6×6 patterned paper, so I die cut the outside with the Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables, and the inside with the Stitched Journaling Card Lawn Cuts. I added a second print inside the window, then layered everything with foam tape to give it dimension. For my sentiment, I stamped “happy birthday” onto a third, woodgrain pattern and die cut that with the Everyday Sentiment Banners to make it look like a sign.
For the inside of my card, I took the sloth image as well as an additional sentiment from Hang In There and stamped them both in Noble Fir ink. I always like to carry a bit of the fun from the outside onto the inside to really finish things off!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you all have a great weekend and find time to create something new for our first Lawn Fawnatics Challenge!
We are joined today by Lawn Fawnatics Design Team member Samantha Mann who has some birthday card inspiration for you! She used our cute Year Five otter with a pretty watercolor wash in the background to create a lovely card design!
The vellum Ocean Wave Border adds fun detail and provides a place to include a birthday greeting!
Thank you so much Samantha for sharing your talents with us today! Visit our first Challenge post to join in the Birthday fun! Just a quick reminder, we are looking for your NEW projects (anything made after our challenge was announced) to enter for a chance to win the random prize. You can take a look at our How to Play page to see our rules; we want to keep this fun so there are just a few. Thanks so much!