This is my entry for Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #48. This week’s theme is inspired by a book, movie, or song and I decided to work out of the pile of stuff on my desk that I still needed to use and I pulled out Lawn Fawn’s A Little Sparkle Stamp Set. This stamp set was a freebie during Black Friday and I think will be released sometime later this year!
My automatic thought was to make it a My Little Pony themed card. I stamped out the Unicorn image with Simon Says Stamp Intense Black Ink. I coloured the unicorn like Rainbow Dash using Copic Markers. I used the following colours:
B05, B02, B00, Y06, Y11, YR16, YR02, R29, R27, G05, G02, V17, V15, C1.
I disregarded the fact that Rainbow dash doesn’t have a horn and realized that I needed to give her wings. I stamped a wing from MFT’s Magical Unicorns stamp set and fussy cut it out.
If you’re unfamilar with box cards, you can check out my box card base tutorial below:
Front of Card
Back of Card
This card had 4 slats in the box to start and I used patterned paper from Recollections Rainbow Everything Paper Pad.
I die cut MFT’s Stitched Rainbow out of white card stock and coloured them in with Copic colours: R29, YR16, Y06, G05, B05, and V17. I adhered the strips onto a piece of scrap paper and cut around the rainbow so it would just be one piece.
I die cut a cloud border using Lawn Fawn’s Puffy Cloud Borders and extra individual clouds with Lawn Fawn’s Spring Showers Lawn Cuts.
I adhered everything into my card and suspended one cloud and supported the rainbow with strips of acetate.
My sentiment, “Hope your day sparkles”, was embossed with Lawn Fawn White Embossing Powder on black card stock and adhered to the front panel of the box card base.
I stamped and cut out a second unicorn and adhered it to back writing space as a decorative element.
I finished up my card by taking my Spectrum Noir Clear Overlay Brush Pen and applying sparkle to ALL the clouds and the rainbow.
You can check it out in action below:
If you’re interested in this challenge, you can check it out for yourself here.
Thanks for stopping by!