Happy Monday, all!
Last week Lawn Fawn released some fun new products. So today I have a video for you showing two cards made using new stamps, dies, embellishments, and inks from their new release. :)
I created a stripe background for my first card by applying 1/4″ masking tape across white cardstock. I then added four of the new Lawn Fawn inks (see the ink colors below in the Supplies) using a Mini Round Blending Tool. The inks are formulated to dry evenly on cardstock Sven if the inked stripes looked a bit splotchy at first, they dried beautifully.
For my second card, I created some DIY stencils using the Party Balloon dies and window plastic (acetate) from Lifestyle Crafts. You could definitely use masking paper instead of acetate to create the stencils, but I wanted to save the DIY stencils and I knew acetate would be more durable.
I blended on the same colors of ink using the DIY stencil and drew on the balloon strings with a black marker. The greeting stripe was diecut using the Happy Birthday Border die. I also put Stick It Adhesive on the cardstock before die cutting to make it easier to adhere to the card.
I hope you enjoy today’s cards and video! Thanks for stopping by! :)
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I often get questions about where to purchase the supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends all supplies are listed below! :) The letters below each image are links to stores where you can buy the product. SSS = Simon Says Stamp, AZ = Amazon, LF = Lawn Fawn. Affiliate links used when possible.
NOTE: All Lawn Fawn products in today’s post were sent by the manufacturer. Thanks, Lawn Fawn!