Hi friends! Happy Saturday! I’m delighted to welcome back special guest Chari Moss today representing Lawn Fawn read on to learn more about this super cute card!
Hello Crafty Friends! Today I am sharing a fun card with some new products from Lawn Fawn. On today’s card I am mixing lots of products and techniques so let’s get started! First I created my background on a die cut rectangle of Kraft cardstock.
I used the Honeycomb Stencil to ink my background with distress oxide inks in scattered straw, wild honey and rusty hinge. Next I created some honey splatters around the edges. I started with tea dye distress ink through the Lawn Fawn Paint Splatter Background stencil. Then I layered clear stencil paste over top to create sticky, shiny honey. Before the paste dried I sprinkled on some chunky glitter and prisma glitter to make it sparkle.
While my honey was drying I die cut my sentiment. The sentiment is a mixture of the scripty “hello” from the Giant Hello Sunshine die and Henry’s ABCs. The hello is cut from Mermaid cardstock with the bottom word trimmed off. The other letters are cut from Sunflower cardstock with ink blending on the bottom using fossilized amber, tea dye, and vintage photo distress inks. For the “O” I white embossed the bee hive from Hive Five on sunflower cardstock and added ink blending as well to match the letters.
I adhered the honeycomb panel to a Mermaid cardstock card base and glued my sentiment directly to the background. Then I added a few bees from Hive Five, popped up on foam squares and finished it off with some Studio Katia gold crystals. I love how this card turned out! The stenciling with the shiny honey is so fun and I really like the mix of fonts for the sentiment. Thanks so much for joining me today!
Thanks so much for stopping by, and thanks to Chari for being our guest!