Hello Papercrafters! Today I'm sharing some fun Spring/Easter inspired projects using a few gorgeous Lawn Fawn sets. Both projects are created for Bizzy Becs April Challenge, and just in time for Easter - better late than never hehe.
The theme is 'Anything Goes' and the winner of the challenge will receive 5 digital stamps of their choice. Click here to enter.
The fun Easter card is using the new Eggstra Amazing Easter stamp set and dies. This is my second time to use this set and so adorable and the scene building is so much fun. The images have been first stamped with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink. I have used Zig clean color brush markers with a fine tip aqua brush for a soft watercolor blending. Bristol smooth cardstock is used for best results with Zigs clean color brush markers.
Background Panel: Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Backdrop: Portrait.
Grass: Ink blending with Ranger distress Oxide Mowed Lawn and Twisted Citron
Sky: My Favorite Things Cloud Stencil and ink blended with Ranger distress Oxide Broken China.
Sentiments: Gold heat embossed and white heat embossed.
I have used fun foam as well as foam dimensionals to give an extra raise for both the background panel and images.
Clear glossy accents applied to the Easter Eggs from shine and dimension.
For an extra treat, I have used Lawn Fawn's Scalloped Treat Box, together with the Scalloped Treat Box Spring House Add-on set. It's a lot of fun to create with and makes the cutest little house gift box to give or to use for home deco. I could really keep making more and make a little village lol.
House Treat Box: Lawn Fawn 12x12" Watercolor Wishes patterned paper.
Roof, Windows and door: 6x6" Really Rainbow Scallops petite paper pack
Neenah Solar White cardstock used for the rest and have coloured with Copic makers as well as Mowed Lawn Ranger distress ink for the tree.
Vellum used for both the windows and doors.
I hope you have enjoyed both these projects and been inspired.
Thank you so much for stopping by, 'til next time - Happy Crafting! Juana. :)
The following sets used can be pre-ordered from Bizzy Bec's Store: