Day Three with Lawn Fawn!

Day THREE is already here! Are you having fun yet???

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We are here all week long with Lawn Fawn! Our team loves loves loves loves their stamps so much..make sure you head over to their site to do some shopping! From cards to layouts, we have it for you! Please make sure you head over to the Lawn Fawn blog for more inspiration AND their Facebook page.  Their Design Team is incredible and you don’t want to miss anything.

And don’t forget…we have a prize up for grabs this week! Some Fancy Pants Core Impressions!


Who’s ready for some projects?

First up designer Kate Nolan Denham with a layout:

Stamping on the backside of the textured Core’dinations Cardstock is one of my favorite ways to use that smooth side of the paper.  It always leaves me with a crisp image that pops.   Today I used Lawn Fawn’s “Many Thanks” sentiment stamps and “Quinn’s ABCs” to stamp the titlework of my layout on the smooth side of  Core’dinations Cardstock.  
To create the fun scalloped bottom, I debossed my Core’dinations Cardstock using a contrasting ink on my embossing folder. So, for the purple cardstock, I used a blue ink and for the blue cardstock, I used a purple ink. Looks cool don’t you think? Then I punched out lots of circles, cut them in half and alternated the colors in five layers  
It was so much fun to pair up Core’dinations Cardstock with Lawn Fawn stamps!
Layout supplies:
Coredinations Cardstock: Distress Collection
Coredinations Cardstock: Neutrals Collection
Lawn Fawn: Many Thanks
Lawn Fawn: Quinn’s ABCs
Sizzix Embossing Folders
Quick Quotes Chalking Ink
Ranger Archival Ink
Want2Scrap Pearls
CM Circle Punch


And next up  a CAS card from Designer Jill Lebbin….she used one of our AWESOME Core Tags and created her own hand-stamped image for a background. Cute, huh??!?! Loving the So Much to Say set from Lawn Fawn….there is something for every stamper in that set!


Lawn Fawn-so much to say
David Tutera Celebrate cardmaking system smooth A2 Cardbase
Core’dinations Spotted 6×6 pad (punched butterfly)
Core Smooth tag
foam adhesive
black ink

And Designer Kim Moreno is up with us again today another card creating her own background as well!

Birthday kim m


Coredinations cardstock- Core Couture (Stiletto), Core Essentials (imperial, snowflake), and Core Tags
Lawn Fawn stamps (Interlocking backdrops)
Colorbox ink by Clearsnap
Queen & Company jewels
Pop dots by Helmar
Ribbon by Offray


66 Responses to “Day Three with Lawn Fawn!”
  1. Vicki Sopcak says:

    I like the layering of the Impressions paper….good job!!!

  2. Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) says:

    Wow. These are neat. I love all that layering.

  3. Judy B says:

    Love the scalloped design on the card. Looks like it would take a while to make this one. lol

  4. KellyG says:

    Cool projects! Love the layers on that bottom of that layout!

  5. Wendy Orme says:

    I always get great inspiration from your blog!

  6. Great cards! I especially like the debossing effect. I think I will try that on my next card. Thanks for sharing.

  7. eunice says:

    Love these papers. Great LO.

  8. Beatrice Lawson says:

    Love the look of the layers on the layout, just perfect!

  9. Dev says:

    Awesome project,Thanks for sharing!!

  10. Vivian Keh says:

    love the patterns from the circles on kate’s lo! jill’s card is so clean and fresh, and i love the brilliant torn tag on the last card!

  11. Scrappin' Diva - Cindy B says:

    Love this paper! Everyone has come up with such great projects!

  12. Aunt Dee says:

    Fun projects today. Love the layout. So cute. Great job by the DT

  13. Janis in ID says:

    Love the overlapping scalloped layers!!!
    <3 J

  14. Linda F says:

    I love Kates Wonderful layout. It’s much more than wonderful, the border she made with the debossed circles is absolutely stunning. I think that idea is going into my scraplift folder.

  15. maida says:

    Great fun cards and like all the versatility with this paper.

    marg0006 at Verizon dot net

  16. Kailash says:

    Love this paper, so versatile for any project!!

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