Hi everyone! Today I'm sharing a fun card for the latest Lawn Fawn challenge.
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I decided to make a Christmas card lol. I was looking through my tiny images and the tiny Christmas and tiny gingerbread called out. I haven't used these two sets yet, so why not!
I cut out the foursquare backdrop out of white cardstock. I used crackling campfire and firebrick to create the main piece. For each little square I used salvaged patina, speckled egg, kitched flamingo, and rustic wilderness distress oxide inks.
After adhering the little square backgrounds in I sprayed the whole panel with water and blotted it off with a paper towel. Once it dried I was able to add my colored images.
For the "floors" I cut out another foursquare panel. Using just the inside pieces I cut the bottom using the hill from sandy beach accent dies. I colored them each in and adhered them to the panel.
I finished the card with some Christmas colored twine. I really enjoyed playing along!
THANKS FOR STOPING BY!!