Lawnscaping Challenge and Markerpop Challenge #62




Aloha Guys!

Today I’m sharing this card I made for the Lawnscaping Challenge which is to make a Clean and Simple card.  This Challenge ends in a couple of days.  I made this simple card using the Lawn fawns You Color my World stamp set which was a special for Black Friday.  I absolutely love this crayons.  It’s so versatile in so many ways.  I cut out a rectangle using the Lawn Fawn’s Stitched rectangle die and I used the Stampin Up’s Work of art stamp set to create like a crayon sketch.  I stamped out 3 crayons using momento tuxedo black ink and I colored them using my Copic Markers.  I stamped out the sentiment using the Versafine Onyx Black ink and embossed it using Clear Embossing powder.  I then attached the crayons onto the matching color sketch that I stamped out using Stampin Ups ink pads.  So simple and fun.  I didn’t add any color to the Stitched rectangle and left it White on White.  I love the way it turned out. I’ll be making few more of these for the OWH Cards.  I’m busy making cards for it to meet the Easter Deadline.  I’ll be sharing some of the cards I made for it a little later:).  Thank you so much for visiting and please subscribe for more inspirations and ideas.  I will have a Full Tutorial on how I made this card on my Youtube channel real soon.  Thank you and Much Mahalo:)

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6 thoughts on “Lawnscaping Challenge and Markerpop Challenge #62

  1. Adorable card! I love the crayon stamp, and the layout is so cute! Thanks for playing the Lawnscaping Challenge!

  2. Totaly adorable, and brilliant design! I never got that LF stamp set and now I would LOVE to get my hands on it! Thank you so much for joining us over at MarkerPop! for our Anything Goes Challenge this week 🙂

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