Oh wow, your amazing Summertime Fun cards and crafty projects really made an impression on us! Thank you all so much for inspiring us and each other! Be sure to check out the Challenge 81 gallery for some great ideas!
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using Tree Before ‘n Afters, Bicycle Built for You
using Flippin’ Awesome, Little Dragon, Life is Good
using Hammock and Trees, Stitched Circle Frames, On the Beach, Mermaid for You, Mom + Me, Blue Skies, Oliver’s Stitched ABCs
using Really High Five, So Smooth, Grassy Border
using Screen Time, Stitched Mountain Borders, Oliver’s Stitched ABCs, Stitched Pond Frame
using Yeti or Not, Stitched Pond Frame, I Scream You Scream, Tropical Backdrop
using Life is Good, Mermaid for You, Oliver’s Stitched ABCs
using Magic Iris Camera Add-On, Magic Iris Camera Pull-Tab Add-On, Ocean Shell-fie, Get Well Before ‘n Afters, Tropical Backdrop
And now we have our random drawing winner from Challenge 81 who wins a $25.00 gift certificate to our shop, lawnfawn.com! And the winner is…#116
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We will share Design Team inspiration during the next weeks for Challenge 82 – Color Inspiration! This new challenge runs until Sunday, August 16th at 11:59PM ET.
Thank you so much for joining us each month for our Lawn Fawnatics challenges! We are so thankful to have met so many wonderfully sweet and talented friends!
Hi Fawnatics friends! Today we are featuring three amazing interactive cards by our talented Guest Designer, Mayra to inspire your creativity!
Mayra created this trio of fabulous cards with a Toy Story theme! She made a Magic Iris card, a shaker/slider card and an adorable pop-up design! I love how Mayra used tiny clouds from Pivot Pop-Up to decorate the Andy’s room scene on the cover of the pop-up card! How cute that she included the desk from You’re Just My Type!
Mayra combined images from lots of different sets to create this amazing western scene! In the background are Stitched Mountain Borders, then Stitched Hillside Borders with some cute cactus from Stuck on You and Year Ten! The sheriff office is created using the Build-A-House die set and the water hole is the Stitched Pond! Check out the supply list below for all the sets used on these cards!
The Magic Iris opens behind the Andy’s room scene to reveal the western sheriff’s office! Mayra included lots of the Toy Story characters including RAWR as Rex, Buzz is the astronaut from Out of This World, Hamm is from Hay There, the little alien from Beam Me Up and of course Woody and Jessie are from Screen Time!
This fun slimline design depicts Pizza Planet! You’re Claw-some is filled with the little aliens. The claw slides back and forth to grab the aliens. The Sweet Smiles gumball machine and How You Bean? mason jar filled with stars are both shakers!
Thank you so much, Mayra! These cards are just amazing and absolutely inspiring! You have been an amazing Guest Designer!
There are still two weeks left for the Interactive Card challenge! It will be open until Sunday, July 5th at 11:59PM ET. We hope you will join us!
Happy crafting from your friends at Lawn Fawnatics!
Good morning! Jess here with a card for our Interactive challenge! When I first saw the Slide on Over Maze die it immediately reminded me of Pac-Man and I knew eventually I’d need to make this card…and the current challenge was the perfect opportunity! 😉
To start I found my little Pac-Man ghosts from an unlikely die set…the tulips from Little Flowers! I die-cut them from several colors of cardstock and added googly eyes. Then I stamped the cherries from Sweetest Flavor, colored them with Copic markers, and die-cut them with the coordinating dies. I also die-cut a circle from yellow cardstock and cut out a wedge for Pac-Man’s mouth!
Next I die-cut the Slide on Over Maze from A2 panels of black cardstock and Blue Jay cardstock. I trimmed the Blue Jay cardstock panel down by about a quarter inch on all sides and then adhered it to the black cardstock slightly offset so the blue peeked through. I die-cut four more tulip ghosts from black cardstock and adhered them to the colored cardstock with a round foam glue dot. Then I carefully tucked the ghost around the lip of the maze so that the black cardstock was behind the blue and black panels and the colored cardstock was on top.
I used a double layer of foam tape to adhere the maze panel to a panel of black cardstock so that the ghosts and Pac-Man would slide easily along the channels. I adhered the cherries and drew in the dots with a gold gel pen. Finally I added the sentiment from Screen Time heat-embossed onto Blue Jay cardstock to finish the card! I just love how the little googly eyes on the ghosts move as they slide around the maze! 😉
And that’s it! You have two more weeks to join the Interactive Cards challenge and I can’t wait to see what you’ll create! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a fantastic weekend!
Have a wonderful, crafty weekend!