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!
Lawn Fawn is so excited to announce our new challenge blog, Lawn Fawnatics! We will have two challenges each month with a happy theme to get you thinking creatively. We have assembled a super talented Design Team to inspire you! Please check out our Design Team page to meet our awesome designers and be sure to check out their blogs too!
For each challenge, we will randomly select a winner to receive a $25.00 gift certificate to the Lawn Fawn shop! We will also be highlighting a few of your fabulous projects at the close of each challenge! By linking your projects to our challenges you will give permission for us to post your work to this blog and our social media sites. Check out the How to Play page for a few guidelines to play along. We want this to be FUN so we will keep the rules few!
So let’s get on to the challenge! Since March is Lawn Fawn’s birthday month it’s fitting that our first challenge has a birthday theme! Feel free to use the challenge badge when you post about the challenge on your blog.
Here is some lovely inspiration from our amazing Design Team!
Karin‘s cute card features Bicycle Built for You, Perfectly Plaid 6×6 paper and a Scalloped Rectangle Stackable
Kate‘s beautifully colored Winter Unicorns are adorable dancing above the Puffy Cloud Border!
Samantha C. color-coordinated her Meow You Doin’? kitties with the Perfectly Plaid paper; so sweet!
Jessica turned the Leafy Tree Backdrop and Stitched Trees upside down on her witty Hang in There birthday card!
Lots of cute little Lawn Fawn critters gathered to celebrate on Christy‘s adorable Scalloped Box Card Pop-up!
Samantha M created a totally clever Mermaid for You birthday card using the cuties from So Jelly as balloons!
Jenn’s Scalloped Box Card Pop-up is Out of this World!
The cute Hang in There sloth looks right at home in the Leafy Tree Backdrop framing Nancy’s card
Now it’s your turn! Make a new project with a Birthday Theme and link to the photo on your blog or photo gallery below. We can’t wait to see what creativity you will share with us! This challenge will be open until Sunday, April 2. Have fun!
Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #1: Happy Birthday