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Lawn Fawn Summer 2020 Release + VIDEO

Welcome everyone! The new Summer 2020 release from Lawn Fawn is now available for purchase! I hope you have your wish lists ready.

Tonight I have a video for you creating my card I posted earlier today. It’s using the new All the Clouds Stamp Set and Starry Sky Stencil. This video is a little longer than my normal videos as I went into a little more detail about how I created my projects, why I did things the way I did and some tips and tricks along the way. I hope they inspire and help you in your creating!


You can view the video down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

My 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 stock for a dreamy night time background.

I’m lightly adding some stars using the NEW Starry Sky Stencil and Yeti Pigment ink from Lawn Fawn. I share lots of helpful tips in the video for ink blending.

I created a bonus card in the video this time using Ballet Slippers card stock from Lawn Fawn. I started with Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet Distress Oxide inks but when I wasn’t getting the contrast that I wanted, I added Chipped Sapphire and Black Soot.

I also do a little copic coloring in the video. I used BG01, BG000 & BG000 for one set of clouds and then I used BV01, BV000 & BV0000 for the other set.

Be sure to catch the video for a fun tip of how I quickly cut out 4 sets of clouds!

But wait! There’s more! This amazing stamp set can be yours with a $60+ purchase from the Lawn Fawn website. Only while supplies last so don’t hesitate!

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration and the helpful tips I share in the video. Happy Shopping!


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