Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Weekly Christmas Card & Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #24 Dies

This week at Lawn Fawnatics 
it is all about dies!

I have just received some in the last few weeks,
 so I did have fun with this one!

You can play along with them HERE:

I used several dies - What fun - here is what I used to create my card:

Image result for lawn fawn stitched hillside backdrop Image result for lawn fawn  die Image result for lawn fawn tree die Image result for lawn fawn gift card
Image result for lawn fawn bannertastic Image result for lawn fawn cheery Image result for lawn fawn seasons

Here is my creation:

I started by inking the winter sky with Chipped Sapphire & Dusty Concord Distress Ink.
Next I die cut the sky with the Snowy Sky Die.
I inked a bottom layer with Broken China ink.

I then started to work on the hillside by using The Hillside Stitching Backdrop.
then I used the tree border die to make bare winter trees.
I used pop dots to set these layer up off of the sky.

 Once the scene was set, I stamped & coloured Cheery Christmas
 items to finish me scene.
I used a black glaze pen on the hooves, eyes & noses.
I used crystal effects on the light bulbs.

Once the scene of critters were in place, 
I stamped a banner with a bright cheery red from the Bannertasic set.
I used the sentiments from Home for the Holidays stamp set.

On the inside of the card I used the gift card die
to make this card a gift set.

Then I stamped a sentiment to finish the card off. 

Thanks for stopping by to see me weekly Christmas card,
 I feel like I did have a great deal of fun layering my dies to 
complete the Lawn Fawnaics Challenge!


  1. This is so sweet!! What an absolutely adorable card!! I love the scene you've created and the adorable deer!! The bird is a perfect touch!! Love this!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. Omword!! Your holiday scene is fantastic!!! Love the sweet deer and snow


  3. Totally adorable card! I love all the fun details you added to the sweet scene! Such a good idea to make a Christmas card every week, I really should try that. I'm so happy you joined our Fun with Dies challenge at Lawn Fawnatics!


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