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All The Clouds Stamp/Die Set | Lawn Fawn Summer 2020 Release

Welcome everyone to Lawn Fawn’s Summer 2020 Inspiration and Release Week!!  On June 25th, 8 new stamp sets and coordinating dies, 15 new standalone die sets, 3 new stencils and all of the exciting new products will be for sale. Be to visit the Lawn Fawn blog for giveaways !

Can you believe it?! ONE MORE DAY until the new release is available. Do you have your wish list ready?

Today we are featuring the stamp set All The Clouds. I admit, I squealed when I saw this set. No more searching through your stamp sets to find clouds. This set is filled with clouds of all sizes, a couple rainbows, sun and moon. It’s so perfect!

First, let’s get into my card.

Dreamy right? I used all the clouds on the stamp and maybe even colored up a few extra. I added the clouds to a background that I created by ink blending Peacock Feathers and Chipped Sapphire to Mermaid card stock. I also lightly adding the Starry Sky Stencil by ink blending it with Yeti ink.

After the ink was completed dry, I heat embossed the sentiment from Swan Soiree.

After I attached all of my clouds, I flicked on Liquid Stardust that I mixed with water. This just adds a hint of sparkle to the card.

Very clean and simple but oh so sweet!

Last week I shared a card featuring the Magic Iris Camera Add On. I used the tiny clouds on the All the Clouds set to build my scene in the camera.

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration! Be sure to also stop by the Lawn Fawn blog to enter their giveaways! Are your ready for the big release?

I will update the supply list in this post with the new products once they are available.


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  1. […] first card is one I shared in a previous post that you can check out HERE. I’m ink blending Peacock Feathers and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide inks onto Mermaid card […]

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