This is for the Lawnscaping Challenge: Thinking of you (Love, Encouragement, Hope, etc.) I mean, the possibilities are endless... So..... I went with Fall-themed! Ahh... getting some good use out of my "Fall" supplies! Yipee! I'm loving the Fall colors (and they work so well with the Distress color palette)!
For this project, I used the Stitched Leaves dies and Distress Inks to color it. Soooo fun! I could have done so many more leaves; it's so easy to get carried away! I also used the Love you S'More stamp set and partially inked the sentiment to make a custom sentiment. To make the pun (leaf/love) a bit clearer, I added some hearts with the same color of ink I sponged on the background. Top it off with a bit of dots for some added fun.
Here's another submission for the Lawnscaping Challenge. I don't celebrate Halloween, nor do I have any Halloween-type stamps. So, I used my imagination and went with 'spooky' colors. It's really fun creating scenes with Lawn Fawn stamp sets, but this 'peek-a-boo' concept was really fun too!
I kept the card clean and fairly simple. I used Distress Ink for the background paper (Seedless Preserves with Faded Jeans and Broken China). I used Memento Tuxedo Black ink and Copics to color the little critters up. I finished it up with some Versamark and heat embossed the stars with white emboss powder. This could be swapped for any images and any colors. So easy!
Here's a little card for the Lawnscaping Challenge: Too Cute to spook. Of course this adorable scarecrow couldn't scare the crows away. I think they're all about to grill some corn and enjoy it together. ...or perhaps some pumpkin? Sounds good to me either way!
I used the Happy Harvest stamp set and colored them up with Copics. I used Distress Ink in Scattered Straw and Vintage Photo for the grass. I finished off with the custom sentiment using Smitty's ABCs.
Here is my final entry for the Landscaping "sentiment" Challenge, in which the sentiment is the focus of the card. I was trying to keep it simple, so I don't have any extra froo-froo distracting from the sentiment. I really hope "ewe" like it!
This was really easy to put together. I used the "Let's Polka Mon Amie" paper pad, "Critters on the Farm" and "Smitty's ABCs" stamp sets. I colored the sheep with Copics, and fussy cut them out, then presto! Done! Just as easy as that.