Cinema Brunch | Lawn Fawn

Hello everyone! Today I am sharing a personlized card on the Stempelwunderwelt Blog. A friend of mine will receive an invitation for a cinema brunch for her birthday - so I went through my Lawn Fawn stash and searched for products I could use to create a matching card.

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Lawnfawnatics Challenge No. 50 | Fun with Food

Hello everyone! I am back with a card for the Lawnfawnatics challenge #50 "Fun with Food".

I came up with this interactive card idea very quickly but the sweet blueberries from the genious Mona (IG: mona.toth) gave the rest to the design and were the perfect addition.

I started with the background and diecut a piece of white cardstock with the 'Peekaboo backdrop' die from Lawn Fawn. I put it onto another white cardstock and used a Tim Holtz brick stencil to create the background. I chose tumbled glass and hickory smoke distress oxide inks for my ink blending. I added the colors 1x with the inlay pieces inside and 1x without them - so that the scen could continue. In the upper left I wanted to create the illusion of a kitchen cabinet so I just masked off a rectangle and added pumic stone distress oxide ink around it.

After that I diecut three of 4 interactive flaps. A sketch of the finished card is very useful for this design so that you can choose which images you want to color. All the images which are on top of the flaps and behind you need twice.

So I stamped the images with Lawn Fawn jet black dye ink and colored them with Copic markers. I added some details with a white gel pen. I used images from 'So smooth', 'Let's toast', 'Sweet friends' and 'Be Hap-Pea'.

Then I used the flap dies again on the images which will be on the front. When the flaps are closed it looks like a continous scene and when they are opened everything looks the same except for many sweet blueberries which have the time of their live :)

Last but not least I added two enamel dots as cabinet handles and added the sentiment from 'Sewn with love' and Be Hap-Pea.

Here is a short photostory about the card making process:

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Once upon a time | Mama Elephant

Hello everyone! Today I share a card inspiration ft. the cute characters from Winnie The Pooh on the Stempelwunderwelt Blog. You can see the blog post here.

 I love being fascinated by a good story/book and this was the idea for today’s card. Sweet characters from „Winnie Pooh“ come to live (well, at least in thoughts). The little bookworm dog has already found a thrilled listener đź™‚

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