Lawn Fawn: My Cup of Tea

Hi all!
The Fawny bunch has one more day of Lawn Fawn fun in store for you. πŸ™‚
Meet today’s card.

Today, we are playing with My Cup of Tea hence the words and the tea cup and spoon on my card! πŸ˜‰

I did a little bit of masking to make the scene. First, I stamped the glasses from Clear to See on the card. Then, I stamped them on a sticky note, cut them out and slapped the cut out on the card. I stamped the tea cup and then removed the sticky note. The end result: the masked combination! Easy peasy.

The paper I used is actually from Pebbles. It’s from their Fresh Goods collection. Love how pretty and fun that collection is.

For more projects that use My Cup of Tea, check out the blogs of all the Fawny Girls.

Lawn Fawn

Latisha

Tiff

Lynnette

Lea

Chan

Julie

Nichol

Chari

Be sure to comment on the Lawn Fawn blog. Kelly’s giving away some stamp sets this week! She’s good like that, you know. πŸ˜‰

See you again later.

Lawn Fawn: Sally’s ABCs

Hi everyone!

It’s another day of Lawn Fawn fun.

Today, we are making stuff with the new Sally’s ABCs set.

I made two cards, following a somewhat similar design scheme. I just changed the letters I used to make a different word for each card.

Meet card #1.

And meet card #2.

And here they are together.

It’s just a fun way to use an alphabet stamp set. πŸ™‚

For more projects that use Sally’s ABCs, check out the blogs of all the Fawny Girls.

Lawn Fawn

Latisha

Tiff

Lynnette

Lea

Chan

Julie

Nichol

Chari

Be sure to comment on the Lawn Fawn blog. I have it on a good authority that there’s a stamp set up for grabs there. πŸ˜‰

See you again later.

October Studio AE from Technique Tuesday Blog Hop

Hi everybody!

It’s the 10th.

That’s means it’s Studio AE Blog hop time and I get to share something new I’ve with the new Give Thanks by Ali Edwards stamp set.

This month’s set is so much fun. I love it for Haloween and Fall projects.

I thought it would make a good set for “Thankful” type projects, too, so I worked up a scrapbook page about my family to share with you all!

Are you ready for it? Ready now? Ok. Go! πŸ˜‰

Ta-da! πŸ™‚

The Give Thanks. Thankful and “Gratitude” phrase are from the new stamp set.

The “Family is Remembering” phrase I used from the title is from the September Studio AE set.I really liked being able to mix the two sets together for this page. Some of those stamps work so well together.

Be sure to check the blogs of everyone taking part in today’s blog hop:

Ali

Heidi Van Laar (our Studio AE Guest for October)

Daniela

Nichol

Jaime

Sharyn

Laura

Teri (<—- Yep. You are here.)

As a thank you for all the comments received during the hop on all eight blogs, as well as those left on the Technique Tuesday blog, we will give away two stamp sets.

One person will win the Who What Where by Ali Edwards stamp set.

One other lucky person will win the You Always Know by Ali Edwards stamp set.

You don’t need to leave a comment on all the blogs to be eligible to win. But the more comments you leave, the more chances you have to win.

All comments must be made by midnight PST on Oct. 12th.

Tune into the Technique Tuesday blog on Oct. 13th to see if you are one of the lucky winners.

That’s all for now. See you all soon!

Lawn Fawn: Winter Fox

Hi all!

So it begins: Another Lawn Fawn Inspiration week!Β  πŸ™‚

Today, the Fawny Girls are banding together to make something with the Winter Fox stamp set!

So meet today’s card.

The fox is from the set, while the tree is from Critters in the Forest and the heart and words are from Making Frosty Friends.

I made the snowy hill by just slapping on some tape and then dumping a whole lot glitter on top. True story:Β  Glitter and I are not friends. We don’t play well together. But I really do never tire of making glittery, snowy hills. πŸ™‚ They are so easy and so fun.

For more projects that use Winter Fox, check out the blogs of all the Fawny Girls.

Lawn Fawn

Latisha

Tiff

Lynnette

Lea

Chan

Julie

Nichol

Chari

Be sure to leave a comment on the Lawn Fawn blog, too. There’s a stamp set up for grabs there. πŸ˜‰

See you again later.

Today’s card (10-3)

Hi everybody!

Meet today’s card!

The words are from the new and coming soon October Studio AE stamp set from Technique Tuesday.

The new set is called, “Give Thanks by Ali Edwards.”

Here’s a peek of the whole set for you.

It should be on the Technique Tuesday Web site soon. πŸ™‚

The leaves on my card are part of a trim I picked up at a sewing store. I cut up the trim to get the three leaves and then added the stitching to them with floss.

Kinda fun!

Be back later.

See you again soon. πŸ™‚

PS. For more October Studio AE peeks, check out the blogs of Sharyn, Daniela and Laura.

A Special PS Blog hop(e)

Hi everyone!

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month.

So many of us know or have known someone who has battled this terrible disease; some have beat it and some have not.Β  In honor of all of the brave women (and men): God Bless You all.Β  May you find the love and peaceΒ you so deserve.

The goal of this hop is to spread awareness as far and wide as possible.Β  Early detection is key.Β  It is so important for both women and men to take initiative and get them squished!Β  Your loved ones will also appreciate it.Β 

We are here today to share a special stamp set with you called HOPE.

Paper Smooches is donating 50% of each HOPE stamp set sold to The National Breast Cancer Foundation.This special stamp set will be available to purchase starting today and like all of Paper Smooches’ other stamps it will not retire.Β  You will find it HERE.
Please check all five design team blogs to see what we have created with this new stamp set:
I made just a simple card with the Hope set.
Every single stamped item on this card is from the stamp set.
Be sure to hit the Paper Smooches blog today for a chance to win this new set.
Be back later.
Talk to you soon.

World Card Making Day & Giveaway (10-1)

Hi all!

Happy World Card Making Day!

Are you making cards today? Hope you are getting the chance to.

I have one little card to share today so meet today’s card. πŸ™‚

The papers on this bad boy are from Pink Paislee and Making Memories (really old ledger paper, but I still love it). The dies are from Pink Paislee, too.Β  The sentiment is a stamp from Lawn Fawn’s Many Thanks stamp set.

Speaking of Lawn Fawn, be sure to stop by the Lawn Fawn blog on Saturday. They are having will be having a contest in honor of World Card Making Day. πŸ™‚

And because it is World Card Making Day, I want to give something to one of you! How about a fun card-related giveaway in honor of the big day?

I’d love to give one of you a spot in the Cooking Up Cards workshop from Kim Kesti, Betsy Veldman, Allison Landy and myself over atΒ  Big Picture Classes. Yes. The Big Picture Classes. πŸ™‚

Cooking Up Cards is a fun little self-paced workshop for card makers and aspiring card makers.Β  Each of us provide our own unique card making recipe in the class and then we each reinvent each other’s recipe.Funnest thing is you get all of our “card recipes” and get the chance to play along!

Leave a comment for me by 11 p.m. EST on Monday (10/3) to be eligible for the giveaway. I will pick one of you after that to receive the workshop spot!

That’s all for now. Be back later!

Hope you all are getting the chance to make some cards today!