Friday, February 7, 2014

Share the Love Week Featuring Lawn Fawn | Day 5

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Today is the end of our first Share the Love Week...ah sadly all good things must come to an end. And it has been sweet working with Lawn Fawn's stupendous products along with w&w's.  Before we say farewell to this Share the Love Week featuring Lawn Fawn we have a few more projects to share with you.

Julie

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Boy, oh boy!  I really had fun making this card.  I tried a few different things with this card and I am pretty happy with the results.  So, see if you can follow my thinking on this....my eyes fell upon the soda shop fountain drink from Lawn Fawn's Here's the Scoop set, and the wheels start turning in my head - soda shop, shared with a boyfriend (two straws) and a girl doodling hearts in her notebook.  Getting the picture?  I started with a red card base and cut a piece of the Crate Paper's Classic Love and adhered it off center / diagonal.  I love the chalkboard look here and promotes the idea of the young girl daydreaming during class.  The Write Stuff: Love Story notebook heart works perfect here.  I stamped it in pale blue and highlighted the margin lines with red pencil to mimic notebook paper.  Then I added the "you are so sweet" sentiment and open heart (also from Here's the Scoop) stamped in red for the doodling. I stamped the fountain drink twice.  Once on matte silver paper and once on white paper, where I colored in the straw stripes and the cherry, and then fussy cut from the whipped cream - up and around and then added it to the silver cup.  The silver paper isn't catching the light here, but it has just enough sheen to give you the right idea.  I felt like the left side was missing something and added some red and white baker's twine and sprinkled a few silver and black sequins (do they look like records from a juke box? - lol) plus one clear gemstone.  So Sweet, indeed!

Shay

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Another struggle, but I came out alive with a few scrapes and bruises.  Pretty in pink is this little number.  I started out with a rather large piece of watercolor paper that I white embossed using the rectangle of solid circle confetti from Scenery: Big Bang Confetti.  Then I watercolored pink all over it.  I toned down the watercolor by sewing on a piece of vellum.  On the vellum I stamped some of the stars also from Scenery: Big Bang Confetti in pink.  I cut out the letters using Lawn Fawn's Quinn's ABCs Lawn Cuts (okay, I am like a broken record already but this is another really great die cut set to have on hand...what can I say Lawn Fawn designs great product!) out of white cardstock and attached it to the vellum panel with dimensional adhesive.  The vellum panel was added to a white panel and then to a card base that had been embossed with Lifestyle Crafts' Linear embossing folder.  Last I added a flower I had stamped from Lawn Fawn's Summertime Charm stamp set over the "o" and accented the flower with a white gem from Studio Calico.

Suzanne

Are you ready for a card of such graphic magnitude and impact you will be awed?  Then check out Suzanne's card.

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CLICK HERE to go to Suzanne's blog and get all the detail!  I can't wait to read what Suzanne wrote.

Thank you goes out to the ever wonderful Lawn Fawn for designing such incredible products, superb Talent who inspired all week long and you, our gracious audience, for participating in our new blog feature.  What did you think?  Were you inspired to see how w&w stamps can be used with all the cool stuff you already own?  Who would you like to see featured in future Share the Love Weeks?

3 comments:

  1. These are all fabulous cards ... they have been all week! I adore the delicate look of Shay's pretty in pink ... the layers are so delicious! Suzanne's snail mail is soooooo cool, I love it!

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  2. I had to catch up with the week's postings, and just wanted to say that I love your idea of "share the love week!" Your stamps work so well with many other brands, and I use many of them together.
    Thanks for all the awesome designs during the week, your samples are so inspiring! Keep up the good work.
    Hugs to all,
    Mindy
    http://mulberrymindy.blogspot.com

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