Lawnscaping Challenge #96: Merry Christmas!

Hi, everybody! I hope you’re ready for a new Lawnscaping challenge, because one starts today!
The theme for this challenge is “Merry Christmas,” so I made a little scene with the yeti from Lawn Fawn‘s “Yeti, Set, Go“, the string of lights from “Cozy Christmas” and the Santa hat from “Hats Off to You“.
With a little creative masking, I made a custom sentiment with words from “Cozy Christmas” and “Yeti, Set, Go.” The papers are from the “Snow Day” petite paper pad. 
I made the snow by stamping watermark ink on a strip of white card stock, then heat embossing some clear crystal embossing powder on top. I find that making the snow that way is easier than spreading on glitter glue and waiting for it to dry!
For all the details on this challenge, and to link up your entry, visit the Lawnscaping blog! One lucky entry will win a gift certificate from Lawn Fawn!
Hope your week is off to a great start! Thanks so much for stopping by today! 


Hi, everybody! Today, we’re wrapping up release week at Some Odd Girl Stamps with “Yeti”, the second new clear stamp set in the Some Odd Girl Stamps store! Are you YETI to PARTY?
And, I just HAD to use some of the delicious new “Sunshine Sorbet” paper and sequins! I cut along the side of the diamond-patterned paper to create a custom border and had the yeti throwing up some confetti/sequins to get the party started!
The sequins and designer paper are brand new Odds & Ends that were released Monday in the Some Odd Girl Stamps Store
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Hope you enjoyed all of the fun things we’ve shared during Release Week!  Make sure to stop by the Some Odd Girl blog for more inspiration with Yeti!

Lawnscaping Challenge: Add Texture

Hi, crafty friends! I’m playing along with the new Lawnscaping challenge, which is to add texture to your card or project! This week’s challenge is sponsored by Lawn Fawn Stamps!
At first, I thought about using an embossing folder for texture, but after pulling out my Lawn Fawn stamps and flipping through them to pick what sets I would use, I came across the “Yeti, Set, Go” set and was inspired to make a “pettable” yeti by stamping on felt.
I used Staz-On ink to stamp on white felt for most of the yeti’s fur, and a small piece of teal felt for his tummy. I trimmed the felt and glued both pieces on another yeti that I stamped on card stock. I stamped the yeti again, colored in his face, trimmed it and glued it on top of the felt.
Here’s a close-up look at the yeti. You can see the dimension of the felt on the card stock. I also added texture with gloss medium on some hearts stamped from Lawn Fawn’s “Happy Feast” and “Critters Ever After” sets. To make textured snow, I added some chunky glitter glue to a strip of paper. It wasn’t quite dry when I took the picture, so I went back and used mini glue dots to adhere his feet to the snow.

Here’s the graphic for this challenge, which ends on Wednesday, August 27. You can find all of the challenge details and inspiration from the Lawnscaping Design Team at the Lawnscaping blog
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope your week is off to a great start!