The latest Lawnscaping Challenge is all about Watercolor!! I love this challenge! When I saw what the challenge was, I knew immediately that I wanted to do a night scene. My next thought was some critters (especially that adorable bear) around a campfire. This was super fun to color. I spent wayyyyy too much time getting lost in the coloring part, but I enjoyed every minute of it.
I mixed together a bunch of different stamp sets for this card. Oh so many! Supplies listed below.
This is my final submission for the latest Landscaping Challenge: Thinking of You. It's simple, and a Fall friendship card. This stamp set is just too cute! I'm trying to get in as many Fall cards while I still can! Christmas cards are coming soon! Too soon!
Materials: Lawn Fawn Critters at the Dog Park (for the sentiment), Lawn Fawn Into the Woods, Distress Ink in Chipped Sapphire, Brushed Corduroy, Peeled Paint, Fired Brick (and Spiced Marmalade). I also used Tim Holtz Woodgrain stencil and Tim Holtz glitter paper.
This is a submission for the Lawnscaping Challenge: Thinking of you. Mine is an encouraging card today. I got to use some fun (new for me) products, so that's always great! I also used some other products in my stash, which I feel coordinate pretty well, so I'm feeling pretty accomplished! Onto the card!
I used the Summertime Charm set (and dies) as well as the Lucky Stars set. The embossing powder is from Ranger, called Princess Gold. The label was patterned paper from Avery Elle's Everyday Collection. For the background, I used Tim Holtz's Sun Rays and Dot Fade Stencils. The Distress Ink color featured is Evergreen Bough. The finishing touch was some Liquid Pearls in White Opal. Pretty clean, pretty simple, pretty cute!
These are used from the remnants from the previous project. I guess making two cards at a time is just the way to go! I mean, if you ALREADY have the supplies out... why not, when you're on a roll? Coloring those leaves can get pretty addicting. Imagine all the possibilities!!
I used Smitty's ABCs for the custom sentiment and the Stitched Leaves dies. For the strip on the side, I used the Stitched Borders die (remnant from the previous project).