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Today I’m working on lesson #2, and once again inspired to use Lawn Fawn stamps. With so many cute little stamps often it is challenging to figure out how to use them best, and also how to do so in perhaps a more simple way.
I created a full video tutorial on YouTube for you to see how this process went – and the techniques I used including coloring and stamping on patterned paper! I just love how this card turned out!
Supplies Used (links to Scrapbook.com)
Lawn Fawn Fairy stamp set, coordinating die set, guava ink, and patterned paper; zig clean color pens; vellum; 28 Lilac Lane beads & sequins; black archival ink; and woodgrain cardstock
My favorite thing about this card is the flowers on patterned paper! I don’t often color on patterned paper but for this card I think it worked out beautifully! To see the original card that inspired this one, and to register for my free class you can click here to visit Scrapbook.com. They’ve got loads of wonderful free content – including my class – I hope you enjoy!
3 thoughts on “Inspired by Lesson 2: Card with Lawn Fawn Fairies”
Oh, wow, this card is beautiful. I love the flowers too. Really great card. I love the scrapbook.com class. Thank you for sharing. Michelle t
I never would have thought of stamping on patterned paper, May, but why not!?! Looking forward to seeing the other ideas in your class!
The class looks great! Thanks for sharing link! Look forward to it!
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