Lawnscaping Challenge 133

Hi, everybody! It’s time for a new Lawnscaping challenge! I hope you had fun with our last challenge! We had so many amazing entries!

This week, we’re inspired by a mood board!  What I find fun about this type of challenge is that you don’t have to be inspired by everything, but you can pick certain images to create with! I picked the color combo used in the images and stamped part of my sentiment on black card stock, then heat embossed it with white powder.

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I die-cut the word “smile” twice: once from a sheet of sunflower Let’s Polka paper and again from smooth white card stock. I layered the two to create dimension and stamped the bee (from Lawn Fawn’s “Bugs and Kisses” set) to add another pop of yellow. The main panel on the card front is from the Perfectly Plaid petite paper pack.

One lucky person who plays along with us in this challenge will win a $25 gift certificate provided by our sponsor, Ellen Hutson! The deadline for this challenge is Wednesday, July 13, so make sure you link your entry at the Lawnscaping blog!

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Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope your week is off to a great start! Make sure you get all the details on this challenge and link up your entry for Lawnscaping Challenge #133 at the Lawnscaping blog!

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Lawnscaping Challenge #101: Dots and Stripes

Hi, everybody! Thanks for visiting and for all of the comments you left on the Lawnscaping Facebook Inspiration Team’s February blog hop! It warms my heart to see that you liked my card!

It’s the first Monday of the month, so there’s a new challenge up at the Lawnscaping blog! Our theme for this challenge is “Dots and Stripes”, and here’s my take:

After attaching some Let’s Polka paper behind the white card stock to jazz up the die cut word, I placed the smaller pieces cut from inside the letters back in their right spots.

To line everything up, I put the die cut word back into place on the white card stock. Then, it was easy to adhere the smaller pieces back in place like a jigsaw puzzle! After all the smaller pieces were back in place, I removed the die cut word.

This week’s challenge is sponsored by Ellen Hutson, a super site to find all of the latest stamping supplies! 
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope your week is off to a great start! Make sure you link up your entry for Lawnscaping Challenge #101 at the Lawnscaping blog!

I’ll be back on the Lawnscaping blog next Monday with a new project for my monthly post there, and I hope you’ll come by to say hello! 

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Lawn Fawn supplies used:
Bugs and Kisses clear stamp set
Let’s Polka petite paper pack
Scripty Love Lawn Cuts metal die

Other supplies:
Memento ink (colors: Tuxedo Black, Grey Flannel)
smooth pink card stock
smooth white card stock

Bugs and Kisses goodie bags!

Hi, everybody! I’m up on the Lawnscaping blog today for my regularly scheduled monthly post as part of the Facebook Inspiration Team. 
I’m sharing this sweet little treat bag project featuring Lawn Fawn’s Bugs and Kisses stamp set and the Goodie Bag die!
Lawn Fawn supplies used:
Bugs and Kisses clear stamp set
Let’s Polka petite paper pack
Peace Joy Love petite paper pack
Snow Day petite paper pack
Hello Sunshine petite paper pack
Goodie Bag Lawn Cuts die
Other supplies:
Copic markers
Memento ink (colors: Tuxedo Black, Lady Bug)
Spellbinders Classic Hearts die 
(Lawn Fawn also has a Hearts die set, which would be perfect for this project, but I don’t have it yet.)
single hole punch
transparent film (re-purposed from craft packaging)
I hope you’ll stop by the Lawnscaping blog to see how this project came together, and say hi while you’re there!
Thanks for stopping by today, and I hope your week is off to a great start!
Hugs,