Lawnscaping Challenge #105

Hi, everybody! It’s time for a new Lawnscaping challenge (#105)! Watercolors are our theme for this one. I’ll admit, I am not a very talented watercolor artist, so I kept things clean and simple again with my challenge card.

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I stamped the kitty on watercolor paper and once the ink dried, I colored in the details with my watercolors. I made a simple background by painting on watercolor paper and stamping the sentiment when the paint dried.

I edged the main panel with a gold paint marker, then added solid red twine and an Asian coin charm to the card front. I’ve had a few of the coin charms for years, and I think it was a great choice as an accent on this card.

Lawnscaping Challenge #105 is sponsored by Ellen Hutson! One lucky winner will receive a gift certificate to the Ellen Hutson store!

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Thanks so much for stopping by today! Make sure you get all the details on this challenge and link up your entry for Lawnscaping Challenge #105 at the Lawnscaping blog!

I’ll be posting on the Lawnscaping blog next Monday, and I hope you’ll stop by there to say hello!

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 Lucky Cat Card
Lawn Fawn supplies used:
My Lucky Charm clear stamp set
Other supplies:
Memento ink (color: Tuxedo Black)
smooth black card stock
adhesive cork sheet
gold paint marker
watercolor paper
watercolor paints
solid red twine
Asian coin charm
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Say Konnichiwa to Geisha Kaylee!

Konnichiwa! I’m so excited to share my card for the newest clear release at Some Odd Girl!
Here’s “Geisha Kaylee“…isn’t she gorgeous?
I think it’s cool to add patterns to clothing. For Kaylee, I added little clusters of three dots to her kimono and little clusters of four dots on her fan to make them look like cherry blossoms.
As you can see, there are TONS of design possibilities with this set! I used all of the stamps in the set (except for the other sentiment) on my card, and it was a blast to color Kaylee, although I’d love to work more on shading the pleats in her kimono.
We’ve got more ODD fabulosity for you this week…did you SEE the new stamps in the SOG store?!?!?
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Hope you have a FAN-tastic week!
Hugs,

Drunken Stampers #88

Happy Saturday! Thanks for stopping by to take a peek at my creation for the newest Drunken Stampers challenge! This week, we’re challenging you to make a card with something green! Will you be inspired by a frog, a turtle, leaves, peas or something else? We’d love to see what you create for this challenge!

Thanks to everyone who took on our last challenge to make a card using acetate! You clearly wowed us with your creations! If you weren’t able to play along with us last time, I hope you’ll join us for this one!

Here’s my card:

Supplies: card base, patterned paper (Serenity – Bo Bunny), stamps (Dream Garden – Stampin’ Up!), jute twine, mini gold brads, vellum, Spellbinders oval die, silver gel pen, ink (Staz-On black, Tsukineko Brilliance).

For more inspiration, visit the rest of the DS Team at the Drunken Stampers blog or at their personal blogs: ChaitaliDonnaElizabethNatSpike, and Steph!

Ready to go green? All you have to do is link up your green-themed card at the Drunken Stampers blog!

Thanks so much for stopping by! I’ll be back tomorrow with a card for Christmas Card Challenges! I’m their May guest designer, and I’m thrilled to be crafting with their fabulous team this month!

Hugs,