I decided it was high time to break out my Lawn Fawn stamps and put them to work with the current Lawnscaping challenge.
Here is how I interpreted the sketch (image below):
I white embossed Lawn Fawn's Teeny Tiny Backdrops on some New Leaf cardstock. The Polaroid was stamped on white and blue scraps, then trimmed and layered. Clouds and plane were stamped, trimmed and colored. That cute little heart is from Say Cheese. I added some silk ribbon and a button to finish it off.
I wanted the plane to seem like it was flying right off the card and so I put two different depths of dimensional adhesive on the back, which I attempted to photograph:
I made this a green card to go with Simon Says Stamp's current challenge: Bit o' Green. The sentiment should really say "Ireland, I would LOVE to visit!!" Could add plenty of countries to that list!
Incidentally, I got an innocent question from my 6-year-old son this morning...
"Mom, why do you make cards for nobody??"
I ended up telling him that I was just being prepared. One day, he may understand that making them is for ME. :)
- Cardstock: New Leaf, Spring Rain and Stamper's Select White (all Papertrey Ink)
- Stamps: Teensy Tiny Backdrops, Say Cheese, Bon Voyage, Smitty's ABCs (all Lawn Fawn)
- Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark and Brilliance Pearlescent Poppy (all Tsukineko)
- Copics: T1, T4, C5, 100
- Other Tools: silk ribbon (Papertrey Ink), white/cream button (Papertrey Ink), white embossing powder (Filigree)