Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #72: Lawn Fawn Fairy Friends Birthday Box Pop Up Card

I’ve had Lawn Fawn’s Fairy Friends Stamp set for like EVER!! It’s finally time to use it. It’s also been a while since I did a card for a Lawn Fawntatics Challenge. The current challenge is to design a card inspired by a book, movie, or song.

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I took inspiration from Tinkerbell. This is what I came up with:

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I stamped images from the Fairy Friends Stamp set with Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink and coloured them with Copic Markers. I used the following markers: YG13, YG17, C1, 0, E95, YR00, Y28, Y21, BG45, BG49, Y06, Y11, R22, R20, E33, E31, V06, V04, G05, G02, YG06, YG11, RV23, RV21, YR07, YR04, Y38, and Y35.

I also stamped the long grasses using the Lawn Fawn inks Celery Stick, Freshly Cut Grass, Jalapeno, and Noble Fir.

I LOVE Lawn Fawn Prisma Glitter so I applied it to the fairy wings. I also used a Lawn Fawn Glitter Pen and applied it to the fairy dresses and all the flowers. This Lawn Fawn Glitter Pen is really growing on me and I find myself reaching for it more! It’s a felt tip glitter pen and yields a fine white shimmer, similar to the Spectrum Noir Clear Overlay Brush Pen. What I LOVE about it though, is that when it’s dry, the glitter does not rub off unlike the Spectrum Noir Pen or the Clear Wink of Stella.

I die cut mountains using Lawn Fawn’s Stitched Mountain Border and grassy hills using Lawn Fawn’s Grassy Hillside Borders and Meadow Borders. I created more depth by ink blending the top of each piece. For the mountains I used Distress Oxide Iced Spruce, and for the grass I used Distress Oxide Pine Needles, Mowed Lawn, and Cracked Pistachio.

If you’re unfamiliar with box cards, you can check out my box card base tutorial below:

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Front of Card

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Back of Card

This card has 4 slats and the decorative paper for the panels was actually origami paper that I bought at Daiso.

I assembled the interior of my card by gluing the pieces directly to the slats or adhering them onto card stock or acetate tabs and gluing them to the slats.

I stamped out, “have a magical day”, with Versafine Onyx Black Ink and heat embossed it with WOW Clear Sparkle Embossing Powder. I fussy cut the sentiment with my Cutterbee scissors and adhered it to the front panel.

I finished up the card by adhering another flower to the back writing space.

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That finishes up my card. Unfortunately, the photos don’t show how sparkly this card actually is. You can check it out in action here:

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This is Day 6 of #thedailymarker30day challenge as well as my entry for the current #lawnfawnaticschallenge . I took inspiration from Tinkerbell and used @lawnfawn 's #fairyfriends stamp set. I used Lawn Fawn's prisma Glitter on the fairy wings and glitter pen on the dresses and flowers but you can't really see how shimmery this card is from the photos 😦 . You can check out the still photos in the previous post . . . #lawnfawnstamps #lawnfawnatics #lawnfawn #lawnfawndies #simonsaysstamp #ssswchallenge #30daycoloringchallenge #sssigchallenge #popupboxcard #boxpopcard #popupcards #3dcards #3dcard #popupbox #boxcard #cardinabox #interactivecard #handmadecards #cardmakersofinstagram #cardmakingisfun #yegart #fairyparty #fairybirthday #fairycards #tinkerbellparty #cardmakinghobby #diycards

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If you want to check out the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge for yourself, you can check it out here.

This card was also entered into the 30 Day Colouring Challenge
here and the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge here.

I hope you all like my card. Thanks for stopping by!

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