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March 13, 2013

Design Team: Kim Gaughan Week 10 Term 5

 
Love You
 
We continue with the Lawn Fawn & eBosser card goodness! See what Kim Gaughan created today!
 
Happy Wednesday!
This week I created a card using Lawn Fawn's Blissful Botanicals Lawn Cuts (dies) and Stamp Set, and their beautiful collection kit, Daphne's Closet. I used the magnetic shim in my eBosser and it made cutting cardstock with the thin metal dies super easy and fast.
 
 
Supplies:
Craftwell - eBosser and Magnetic Shim
Lawn Fawn - Daphne's Closet Collection Kit; Blissful Botanicals Lawn Cuts; Blissful Botanicals Stamp Set
Sizzix - Circle Framelits Dies
Ink - Tsukineko Memento in Tuxedo Black
Markers - Copic Markers
White Cardstock
Purple Ric Rac
Adhesive
Pop Dots
Paper Trimmer / Scorer
I scored a 7 1/2" x 11" piece of white cardstock in the middle to create my card base. Then using a paper trimmer I trimmed the blue cardstock from Daphne's Closet Collection to 5" x 7". Using my eBosser with magnetic shim, I cut out a 2 1/2" circle (Sizzix Die), long leaf (Lawn Fawn die), and small leaves (Lawn Fawn die), out of white cardstock. For the leaves, I stamped the coordinating stamps onto the white diecut in Tsukineko Memento Ink and colored with Copic Markers. For the circle, I repeatedly stamped a Lawn Fawn Flower stamp onto the cardstock and also colored with Copic Markers. I adhered the long leaf onto the left hand side of the blue rectangle and attached the flower circle on top with pop dots. Then I attached the 'Love You' sticker from the collection kit on top with a pop dot. I stamped 3 flower stems and flower tops onto the bottom right of the blue cardstock and colored with Copic Markers. Then I attached the remaining leaves with adhesive. I adhered purple ric rac to the top and bottom of the blue cardstock and attached it with pop dots onto the white card base.
Have a great day!
- Kim


Thank you Kim!

To see more of Kim's projects visit her blog here:
http://www.craftypinkanchor.blogspot.com/

Are you loving all the Spring inspired cards?

 

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