Cards, Challenge Entries

Pokemon Mice Card- Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 97

Lawn Fawn Mice colored as pokemon characters

Hey There!

Lawn Fawn has their Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 97 going on right now. The theme is movie, song, or book!

At my house there is always a Pokemon show or movie on my tv. My son loves loves loves Pokemon.

I colored some of the mice from Bubbles of Joy stamps and Lawn Cuts coordinating dies to look like a few favorite characters.

For little Bulbasaur I use two of the hearts from the set and created this little plant pod on his back.

The Pokeball is one actually made of two of the bubble stamps. The large bubble with one of the smaller ones on the inside.

Charmander mouse is breathing fire and has a flame on his tail from the Little Dragon Set. The word “Adventure” is also from that set.

The other words are from Unicorn Picnic.

Lawn Cuts Stitched Hillside Borders and the Cloudy Stencil make up the background. I used Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass with the stencil. The grassy hills use Distress Oxide Rustic Wilderness and Bundled Sage.

Lawn Fawn Mice As Pokemon on Card

Each little mouse, bubble and Pokeball is colored with Spectrum Noir TriBlend Brush alcohol markers. The Pikachu was actually colored with Copics because there is no good yellow in the TriBlend Brushes.

Other than the lack of yellow, I’m in love with the TriBlends Brushes. Having three shades in one marker is great!

I’m am so pleased with how this card turned out. My son was pretty impressed as well 😉

Thanks so much for stopping by to check out my Lawn Fawnatics Challenge entry!


Sunflowers In Denim Card

Sunflowers in denim pocket

Hey There!

I’ve got another card made using papers and stamps from my Close To My Heart stash!

This time I’ve stamped these build-able layered sunflowers. They are fussy cut, you know how I love my fussy cutting, and arranged in this layered denim pocket stamp.

For the pocket I used blue Distress Inks on the paper and stamped onto of that. Otherwise, there would have been some white showing on the pocket. This seemed to give it a much more denim feel.

It was my first time using Distress Inks! Another thing that became popular between by first scrapbooking days and now. I’ll be playing with these more.

Close up of sunflowers in pocket

Sunflowers are one of my favorite flowers. I wish we didn’t have to wait until Fall to see them!

Even though they aren’t a spring flower, these sunflowers give me hope for warmer sunnier days.

We’ve still got snow cover, although our days are getting warmer so the end is in sight!

Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Stamping!

Sunflowers In Denim Pocket Card Pin Image