Good Morning I came across a funny Easter card while surfing the net this morning and knew I had to recreate it using the Happy Easter set from Lawn Fawn. To create I used the arrow from Large Stitched Journaling, Happy Easter set and Milo's ABC's from ...

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  1. Funny Easter Card
  2. Dino-mite Brothers Birthday Card
  3. Let's Roll Goes to the Burbs!
  4. A Bubbly Hello Sunhine Gift Set
  5. A Cheesy Valentine
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Funny Easter Card

Good Morning I came across a funny Easter card while surfing the net this morning and knew I had to recreate it using the Happy Easter set from Lawn Fawn.
To create I used the arrow from Large Stitched Journaling, Happy Easter set and Milo's ABC's from Lawn Fawn.

Have a fun filled Easter and watch out for black jelly beans.  Blessings to you!





    

Dino-mite Brothers Birthday Card

Good Morning this card I am sharing today is a Tri-Fold and decorated on all 6 panels. It was inspired by a card my daughter made for me for my birthday.  The Lawn Fawn "Critters from the Past" was perfect to use for my brother since he is older. Lawn Fawn to create it.

 I used many different sets mostly from
Lawn Fawn Sets used included:
Critters of the Past (One of my favorite sets)
Bannerific for the banners
Milo's ABC's
Happy Everything
Sunny Skies stamp set and dies for all the clouds
and I ended it using Stitched Journaling banner (The End)
Scraps of Let's Polka paper for balloons

Other stamps and paper used include Polka Dot Blue from Lasting Impressions, DCWV (sandy colored paper),Martha Stewart balloon punch, and Inky Antiacs (saying inside of card). Copic markers used for
all coloring.

Should my OLDER brother wish to toss this card I will break his fingers!!!  It took me forever to make:)



Hope you enjoy it and have a great day.
    

Let's Roll Goes to the Burbs!

Who doesn't love a good pun?  With Lawn Fawn stamps it is so easy to mix and match to create cute cards.  I decided it would be fun to combine their Critters in the Burbs with their Let's Roll set.  More specifically I wanted to add a kitty to the mix  :)  What kitty wouldn't love to be surrounded with all that sushi goodness:).
Instead of Soy Sauce I opted for a jug of milk.  In one of cards below I cut top off the soy sauce bottle to create the kitty's bowl.

Stamps used:Critters in the Burbs and Let's Roll, Milo ABC,s
Paper:  Hello Sunshine and Let's Polka
Large Stitched Journaling, Spring Showers,Birthday Banner



Enjoy your afternoon!



    

A Bubbly Hello Sunhine Gift Set

Good Morning normally I have just been pinning my cards.  I recently put a ton of new ones on my Pinterest.  Today I decided to blog this set as it uses so many different Lawn Fawn sets and I also wanted to give you a closer look at each one.  They all use the "Hello Sunshine" patterned paper and the Bubble Border die. Totally in love with this paper and I am almost out:(!!   Is it not the bomb?  It certainly makes creating easy!

Stamp sets used all are from Lawn Fawn.
Many Thanks - Home Sweet Home, Our Friendship Grows
Get Well - Critters of the Sea and Milo's ABC's
Hello - Sunny Skies (Bird), Spring Showers and Hello Scripty Dies
Birthday -Year Three, Hats Off and Stitched Journaling Die (banner)
Anniversary - Happy Everything,Love You Tons (Love), and  Large Journaling Die (hearts)







Thanks for stopping by I hope I can inspired you.  Enjoy your day.




    

A Cheesy Valentine

Good Morning, just in case I do not get a chance to post before Valentine's Day,  I wish you all a wonderful day filled with love.

I made this quick card this morning using Lawn Fawn's "Critters on the Farm" I think the tiny mouse is the cutest!  I sort of winged the block of cheese to make this "Cheesy" Valentine!  I cut the holes using an assortment of circles and paper punches.

Happy Valentine's Day to you and your loved ones.  Thanks for stopping by.
    

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