Critters in the Forest – Lawn Fawn

Hi everyone! I’m popping in to share a card for the Lawn Fawnatics challenge that is ending soon! Supplies listed below.
I started by stamping my images onto Neenah cardstock with Simon Says Stamp black ink. Then I colored them with my copics markers and cut out with the Scan n Cut since I do not have the coordinating dies.
For my background, I ink blended Festive Berries, Carved Pumpkin and Mustard Seed distress inks onto Bristol Smooth cardstock. Then I spritzed with water and dabbed with paper towel. 
Next, I die cut some Cilantro Lawn Fawn cardstock using the Stitched Hillside Backdrop and cut off the edges so I was left with just the stitched hills. I used Peacock Lawn Fawn cardstock as my base and layered my cardstock. I used some foam tape on the front it and was able to put the log behind it.
The sentiment is also from the Critters in the Forest stamp set and I stamped that with Versafine Ink.
Copics Used
Fox – E09-15-12, W3-2-0
Tree – YG99-97-95, E59-57-55
Raccoon – N8-6-5-4-2
Log – E37-39-35-34-33-31, YR09-02
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Treat Yours-Elf – Kraftin Kimmie Stamps

Hi everyone and welcome back to another challenge over at Kraftin Kimmie Stamps. Today’s challenge is creating a holiday card. Be sure to head over to the Kraftin Kimmie Stamps blog for more details on how to participate and chance to win! 
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For my card today, I kept it pretty simple. I thought this elf was adorable!! Really easy to color up too!
Copics Used 
Skin – E04-11-21-01-00
Hair – E59-35
Ornament – R46-56-59
Star – Y35
Belt – N6-4
Green outfit – YG09-05-01
legs – R24-39

Giving Lucy and Die Cut Layering – C.C. Designs

Welcome again! I have another card for you today and this one is featuring Giving Lucy from C.C. Designs and some die cut layering.  I also have a video tutorial for this one which you can view here on my blog or HERE on my youtube channel. All supplies will be listed down below this post and also in the description area of the video on youtube.

I started out by stamping my image onto Neenah white cardstock with Simon Says Stamp black ink. Then I colored with my copic markers and cut out with my Scan n Cut. I layered my base with some Doodlebug patterned paper and cardstock. Using the Creative Basic Double Stitched circle die I created a circle layer for my image to go on top of.
I use some gorgeous Champagne Glitter paper to die cut my word from. I also cut 3 more word dies using white cardstock and layered them on top of each other using Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive. The glittered piece went on top. 
I finished off the card with some Nuvo Dark Walnut. I adore how this all came together for a beautiful fall themed card.
Copics Used
Skin – E04-11-21-01-00
Hair – E09-15-13
Dress – B99-97-95-93, C2-0
Shoes – N6-4, E59-57-55
Acorns – E37-34, E59-57
Apples – R24-27
Leaves – G36-43
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You’re Pretty – Neat & Tangled

Welcome back! I have a card to share with you today featuring some goodies from Neat & Tangled. This is from their September release.
I have no coloring on today’s card – weird right? lol …. All supplies will be listed down below.
I started out by stamping the leaf from Oak Leaf stamp set with versamark ink onto a 3 3/4″ x 5″ piece of cardstock. Then I added some gold embossing powder and heat embossed. I was actually going to do use some distress inks for the background but I just loved how the gold looked on the white so I left it. 
I also heat embossed the sentiment You’re Pretty from the You’re Pretty stamp set onto white cardstock  and a sentiment onto black cardstock. I cut out with bold words with the coordinating and trimmed my black cardstock down to a strip. 
I layered my cardbase with gold glitter paper onto a white cardstock base. I also cut out a black piece of cardstock for the You’re Pretty and added it as a shadow. Then adhered to the card with foam tape. The sentiment I added underneath my popped up words. To finish it off I added  this beautiful new mix of sequins! 

Winter Village – Lawn Fawn

Welcome back everyone! The card I want to share today is using the new Winter Village stamp from Lawn Fawn.  All supplies will be listed down below. 
I started out by stamping my images onto Neenah white cardstock. I colored them with copic markers and cut them out using the coordinating dies. 
Next, I created my sky. I used a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock and blended Candid Apple and Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide inks. Then sprinkled it with water and dabbed off. 
Then I created the front of the card. I used the Stitched Hillside die with white cardstock. I adhered this to the my sky background and starting adding my cut out images. I had a penguin left over from a previous card so I added him too!
Then I stamped my sentiments using Versafine Black Ink. For a finishing touch, I added Nuvo White Blizzard to the hills and a few in the sky.
Copics Used
Trees- YG09-05, E37-34
Houses – E37-35-34-33-31-30
BG13-11, N5-4, Y08-00

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