Monday, August 21, 2017

Lawn Fawnatics Challenge - Cards for Kids

Hi Everyone!
I'm here to share a card for the new Lawn Fawnatics Challenge. This time our theme is Cards for Kids and this is my take:

I started by making a cardbase from White cardstock and then diecut a stitched rectangle.

I then stamped and colored some cute summer images and adhered them to my card with tape and foam adhesive.

Make sure to pop over to the Lawn Fawnatics blog for lots of wonderful inspiration from my talented teamies and of course to play along for your chance to win 25 $ to the Lawn Fawn Store!

Supplies I used for this card:

Hello Baby
Snow Day
Bicycle built for You
Life is Good
Critters in the burbs
Mermaid for You
So Jelly

Thinking About You border
Grassy border
Flower border
Stitched Hillside borders
Ocean wave border
Stitched rectangles
Stitched circles
Journaling card
Large Stitched Journaling card

Memento Ink
Scotch foam tape
Tombow adhesive tape

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Have a great day, hugs, Karin 


Jeanne said...

This is delightful, Karin! Perfect for a sweet kiddo. Your coloring is fabulous and that background is so fun and unique. The whole card is wonderful. Thanks for sharing! :)

Nora N. said...

This is so cute!! Love the die cut snow in the back and the way you colored the fun little penguins!! Great design!

Lisa Elton said...

You sure do make the cutest cards Karin!! Love this and that sweet pair of penguins!

caro zarate said...

Love it!! So so beautiful!! Is it velum or acetate what you use to put the White background? Love it!!

Sonja said...

Love your card! Is your background stamped or a die cut...its beautiful!!!!

Denise Ward said...

Love this card!!! What die did you use on the white background to create that design?

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