Today I’m back with a series of entries for Lawn Fawnatics 25th challenge. Rules say you can upload a maximum of 4 entries per challenge. I have a few days off work and I managed to make a few cards. I didn’t get a chance to make many Easter cards, so I decided to make one for this challenge.
Lawn Fawn’s Happy Easter stamp set was still sitting in my “to-use” pile so I decided to pull it out for this card.
This week’s challenge is a rainbow colour challenge, so I decided to do some emboss resist techniques for this card with softened rainbow colours to make it more Easter themed.
I used the tulips, both Easter eggs, and the heart in the stamp set to repeatedly stamp a background. I also used a solid heart from the Baked with Love Stamp set. Lawn Fawn has lots of sets with small solid heart images but when I was looking through my stash, it was the first stamp set I saw with one so I just grabbed it to use.
I also recently acquire Lawn Fawn’s White Embossing Powder so I wanted to give it a try. Verdict: Really like. Once my Wow Bright White Embossing Powder runs out (almost finished container), I will be frequently using this one.
Once I heat set the embossing powder, I did lots of masking and ink blending. I masked off the top and bottom of each row to create stripes as I ink blended in rainbow order. I used Distress Inks: Spun Sugar, Carved Pumpkin, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Tumbled Glass, and Milled Lavender.
I stamped the jumping bunny with Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink and did some simple shading with Copic Markers C1, Colorless blender, and R20.
I die cut Lawn Fawn’s Scripty Happy Die 3 times, twice out of a dark grey cardstock and once out of a gold glitter cardstock and adhered them together to give my simple card just a bit of dimension. I also cut a banner from Lawn Fawn’s Everyday Sentiment Banners and heat embossed, “Easter”, from the same stamp set.
I trimmed down my card front and used my We R Memory Keepers 1-2-3 Punch Board to round the corners of my card front and card base in the top right corner and bottom left corner. I adhered all my elements in place and called it a day.
If you want to check out the challenge or join in on it for yourself, you can check it out here.
This card was also entered into this Easter Fun Challenge here
Thanks for stopping by! I’ll be back soon with another Easter card!