Hello friends! This is Megan from the Lawn Fawn Design Team and I am delighted to be on the Simon Says Stamp Blog today. I am sharing a card using some amazing new products from the Lawn Fawn Summer Release! The whole release has such a whimsical and fairy tale feel to it and I love it all so much!
Lately, I have really enjoyed making slim line cards. This style allows even more room to add images to your card designs and Lawn Fawn recently released three awesome Slimline Die Sets. These sets add a beautiful stitching detail to the edges of the panels and make creating this style even easier.
For my card today, I used the new Unicorn Picnic and All The Clouds Stamp Sets. (A picnic with unicorns?! Yes, please!) These sets are packed full of images to create fun scenes. The only limit is your imagination! I also added in the previously released Critters Ever After Stamp Set to round off my scene.
To create my unicorn card, I started by stamping my images out and coloring them with Copic Markers. I then die cut them out using the coordinating dies.
Next, I die cut a piece of Bristol Smooth Cardstock using the stitched rectangle die from the Small Slimline with Lift the Flaps Die Set to make the focal panel. I then ink blended the panel using Distress Oxide Inks with a blending brush in the following order from top to bottom: Picked Raspberry, Spun Sugar, Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Peacock Feathers, Tumbled Glass. To add some fun gold speckles, I water down a little metallic gold watercolor from the Kuretake Gansai Tambi Starry Colors set and flicked it over the panel.
I then die cut a second rectangle from Bristol Smooth Cardstock and a piece of Lawn Fawn Pearlescent Vellum using the same die. I used the largest die from the Cloudy Hillside Pop-Up Add-On to die cut both of those to create the clouds at the bottom of the design. I ink blended Blueprint Sketch and Wilted Violet at the bottom of the Bristol cloud panel to finish the rainbow ombre inking. Then, I stamped the sentiment using Lawn Fawn Clear Ink and heat set Lawn Fawn Gold Embossing Powder over the top. Next, I adhered the two cloud layers together and used foam tape to pop them up on the bottom of the card front.
I used a mixture of Lawn Fawn Glue Tube, glue dots, and foam tape to adhere my images to the front. I then popped the front panel onto a piece of Lawn Fawn White Cardstock that I trimmed to slightly less than 8 1/4″ x 3 1/4″ and adhered that to a die cut panel of Lawn Fawn Mermaid Cardstock.
Thank you so much for joining me today! Please be sure to check out all of these amazing products from Lawn Fawn. I hope that you have a wonderful day!
Thanks so much for stopping by, and thanks to Megan for being our guest!