Coaster Critters Reveal Wheel – Lawn Fawn!

Hey everyone! Today I’m sharing something “extra cool” ! I’m also participating in the Lawnfawnatics Challenge going on right now. The challenge is creating something inspired by their mood board and one of the images inspired me to create something with a summer theme. 
I totally splurged on the new release and so glad I did because it’s amazing! This Reveal Wheel is absolutely awesome, so much fun to create with and easy!!!! 
I started out by cutting my Reveal Wheel from some Bristol Smooth cardstock and ink blending some clouds onto the background with Salty Ocean Distress Oxide Ink.
I diecut a hillside from Cilantro cardstock with the Stitched Hillside Border and added it to the inside of the stitched lines. 
I went through and stamped all of my sentiments from the Reveal Wheel stamp set. I also stamped “Hope your day is” sentiment and diecut it out from the banners die. 
My cute little critters from the Coaster Critters set are all stamped onto Neenah white cardstock with copic friendly ink and colored in with copic markers. Then diecut out with the coordinating die. Then I could start building my scene. 
I used a piece of Gotta Have Gingham patterned paper for my background and added this card to an A2 size notecard. 
This is so fun to make !!! Don’t be surprised if you see a lot more of these from me! 
I know I didn’t include complete instructions of putting the Reveal Wheel together but that’s because I highly recommend checking out Kelly’s video over on the Lawn Fawn Youtube channel. I’ll link it HERE. It’s so much easier to understand how it goes by watching the video and honestly once you create it, it’s so super easy!

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