So I didn’t think I would have time the rest of this year to make a card but I was wrong. I came down with the flu despite getting the flu shot this year so I tried to stay away from people as much as possible while I was trying to recover. It kind of sucks because it is the Christmas season but I think it’s better that I keep my germs to myself.
I haven’t done a Lawn Fawnatics Challenge for a while and I saw their current challenge was,” Use Your Favorite Lawn Fawn” set so I had to jump in on the challenge.
I had a hard time deciding which stamp set to use!! I narrowed it down to Mermaid For You, Happy Howlidays, Snow Day, Out Of This World, and Rooting For You. I decided on Rooting For You because I haven’t used it as much as the others.
This is what I came up with:
I used the Lawn Fawn Scalloped Box Pop Up Die to make my box card base. If you’re unfamiliar with this die, you can check out my video below:
I assembled the base then decided to mattes and panels for the box card. If you would like the measurements that I used, you can check out this blog post here.
The patterned paper I used were from DCWV The Playtime Stack and DCWV Confetti Paper Pad.
I originally put 3 slats in my box card but I only ended up using 2 for the design.
For the background I ink blended Distress Inks Evergreen Bough, Mermaid Lagoon, and Tumbled Glass.
For all the root vegetables I used the following inks:
-Lawn Fawn: Lobster, Noble Fir, Celery Stick, Freshly Cut Grass, Jalapeno, Ballet Slipper, Sugarplum, Fresh Lavender, Butter, Carrot, Fake Tan.
-Mama Elephant Moonlight
-Hero Arts Intense Black
I used Lawn Fawn Simple Stitched Hillside Borders and die cut 3 hillsides and roughly sponged them with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink. I adhered them into my box card with my Zig Two Way Glue Pen.
I adhered the vegetables to the hills and propped the front watering can and radish up with scrap pieces of acetate. I also glued an extra radish and turnip to the back of the card as a little decorative element.
I finished up the card my heat embossing the sentiment, “have an upbeet day”, with Ranger White Superfine Detail Embossing Powder. I didn’t use this embossing powder for any particular reason, I reached for white embossing powder in my drawer and this is the first one that I grabbed so I decided to use it.
You can check it out in action here:
If you want to come join in on the challenge, you can find it here.
Thanks for stopping by. This is my last card for 2017. I’ll see you all in the new year with some awesome new stuff.