Sunday, June 9, 2019

Lawn Fawn Peas & Carrots--For My Husband


Instagram:  @amypeach1978

Very early in our relationship, my husband mentioned something about how cool it was that we "go together like peas & carrots," (from the movie Forrest Gump).  I just got the Stitched Garden Border die, so I had to make him a Peas & Carrots card with the Reveal Wheel.  :)
Supplies (all by Lawn Fawn, unless otherwise noted):
Stitched Garden Border die
Be Hap-Pea stamps and dies
Simple Puffy Clouds dies
Reveal Wheel dies
Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables
Perfectly Plaid Chill 6x6 Petite Paper pack
Reveal Wheel Friends & Family Sentiments
Moonstone, Noble Fir, Paper Bag, and Fake Tan cardstock
Moonstone, Noble Fir, Fake Tan, Jet Black, and Walnut ink
Other:  Neenah Solar White Classic Crest 110 lb cardstock, Copic Markers, Glossy Accents, Foam tape

Lawn Fawn Hand-Tiled Baby Card


Instagram:  @amypeach1978

I had some time to craft yesterday, so I spent a million years inlaying the "tiles" into the Fancy Lattice Backdrop.  :D  I was originally only going to do it to the top half of the panel, but then decided to finish it up, cut it in half when I was finished, and now I have enough for two cards.  I love the way this card turned out!
Supplies (all by Lawn Fawn, unless otherwise noted):
Fancy Lattice Backdrop
Rub-a-dub-dub stamps and dies
Lacy borders die ("chair rail")
No. 2 Pencil cardstock and ink
Blue Jay cardstock
Mermaid cardstock and ink
Peacock cardstock
White Embossing powder
Mini Picture Frames die
Stitched Rectangle Frames
Really Rainbow Scallops Petite Paper Pack
Other:  Copic Markers, Neenah 110 lb Classic Crest Solar White cardstock, Glossy Accents, Black Glaze pen

Lawn Fawn Critter Chatter Reveal Wheel


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I totally forgot to upload this one to Flickr--I made it a few weeks ago for one of my coworkers (and friend) who is/was going through a hard time.  I love these new sets so much, and I love this color combo so much, too! :)
Supplies (all by Lawn Fawn, unless otherwise noted):
Keep on Swimming stamps and dies
Reveal Wheel die
Critter Chatter: Pets stamps
Woodgrain Backdrops stamp
RW Keep on Swimming add on
A Birdie Told Me stamps and dies (speech bubble)
Chocolate Bar, Peacock, Blue Jay, No. 2 Pencil, and Mermaid cardstock
Really Rainbow Scallops Petite Paper Pack
Walnut, Blue Jay, Peacock, No. 2 Pencil, Jet Black, and Mermaid inks
Other:  Neenah Solar White Classic Crest 110 lb cardstock, foam tape, Copic Markers

Lawn Fawn Anchor


Instagram:  @amypeach1978

I made this card last week for the Lawnfawnatics challenge, but just had a chance to get on Flickr and upload it.  :)
Supplies (all by Lawn Fawn, unless otherwise noted):
Smooth Sailing stamps and dies
Stitched Simple Wavy Borders dies
Bluejay and Moonstone card stock
Just Stitching Double Rectangles
Large Stitched Rectangle dies
White Embossing Powder
Jet Black ink
Other:  Copic Markers, Glossy Accents, foam tape

Foiled Peas


Instagram:  @amypeach1978

This is another one that I somehow forgot to upload here.  About a month ago, I was playing around with some Transfer Gel and Deco Foil and made a few backgrounds with Simon Says Stamp stencils.  I thought the rainbow foiling was super fun and wanted to highlight it simply, so I pulled out this little pea set from Lawn Fawn.
Supplies:
Lawn Fawn Be Hap-pea stamps and dies
White Embossing Powder
Deco Foil Rainbow Foil
Transfer Gel
Simon Says Stamp Falling Snow stencil
Lawn Fawn Valentine Borders die (heart)
Glossy Accents
Copic Markers
Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables die
Lawn Fawn Black Licorice cardstock
Jet Black ink
Neenah Solar White 110 lb Classic Crest cardstock

Simon Says Stamp + Alcohol Ink


Friday, June 7, 2019

Featured Cards

Since I'm finally updating my blog after a long absence and I was featured today on the Lawn Fawn Blog, I thought I would share my happiness and showcase my features on my own blog.  It's always such an honor to be featured amongst such talent when my work is featured on the Lawn Fawn Blog or the Lawnfawnatics Challenge Blog.

My bottom, left (firefly) card was featured today, 6/7/19 on the Lawn Fawn Blog:



The bottom, center (robot) card was featured on 5/3/19 on the Lawn Fawn Blog:
                         

The top, right (rainbow hearts) card was featured on 1/4/19 on the Lawn Fawn Blog:


My Critters Ever After card was featured on the Lawn Fawn Blog on 7/27/18:


My Manatee-Rific card was featured for Challenge # 29 on the Lawnfawnatics blog on 6/5/18:


My alien card was featured on the Lawn Fawn blog on 3/2/18, but it was right before they moved over to their new blog address, and it didn't get transferred to the new blog:


My Sweet Friends card was featured for Challenge # 19 on the Lawnfawnatics blog on 1/2/18:


My Rawrsome card was featured on the Lawn Fawn Blog on 12/29/17:


My stitched gift card holder was featured for challenge # 15 on the Lawnfawnatics Challenge Blog on 11/7/17:


My deer card was featured on the Lawn Fawn Blog on 9/8/17:


My Summertime Fun card was featured for challenge # 8 on the Lawnfawnatics Challenge blog on 7/18/17:


Two of my cards were featured on the Lawn Fawn Blog on 6/2/17 (my Wild For You card and my Palm Tree card--the palm tree card was a nod to my husband's and my engagement--we got engaged during a meteor shower in Florida):



My pirate couple card was featured on the Lawn Fawn blog for Fawny Flickr Thursday on 5/25/17:


My Happy Graduation card was featured on the Lawn Fawn blog on 5/5/17 (this was a card for one of my "bonus daughter's" graduation with her Master's degree in Social Work):


My Flower Pot Mother's Day card was featured on the Lawn Fawn blog on 4/21/17:



My Elphie Selfie card was featured on the Lawn Fawn blog on 3/3/17:


My Love Letters and my Octopi My Heart cards were featured on the Lawn Fawn blog on 1/6/17:



My Frosty Fairy Friends painting card was featured on the Lawn Fawn blog for Fawny Flickr Thursday on 9/1/16:


My Year Six (Shellfish) card was featured on the Lawn Fawn blog on 7/8/16:


This was the card that started it all, my Mermaid For You card was featured on the Lawn Fawn blog on 6/3/16: