Gummy Bear Rainbow Card

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Gummy Bears Colored in a Rainbow on from of card

I’m part of a Facebook group that is filled with people who adore Lawn Fawn stamps. They issued a challenge to create a rainbow themed card. This is my contribution!

The second I ordered this little Germ Free Bear Lawn Fawn stamp set I know he needed to be turned into gummy bears. This challenge was a perfect time to do that.

They were colored using Spectrum Noir Tri-Blend Brish Markers and a white gel pen. The rainbow stripe frame is also from Lawn Fawn.

Here is a close up of this yummy gummy!

I’ve colored two more sets of rainbow gummy bears because they were so much fun. I’m not sure what I’ll make out of them!

Thanks so much for visiting my little corner of the internet.

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Pokemon Mice Card- Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 97

Lawn Fawn Mice colored as pokemon characters

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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!


Unicorn Springy Card

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Unicorn Picnic and Reveal Wheel card

I’m just posting this fun card I made real quick here.

I used the Lawn Fawn Unicorn Picnic stamp set and the Reveal Wheel Lawn Cuts die with the Unicorn Picnic Add On.

The back ground is done with Distress Ink.

You can’t tell from the picture, but the unicorn on the bottom is on a spring so she jiggles and wiggles around when the card is moved. She’s just really excited.

As the the Reveal Wheel is turned, the faces on the cloud change. All happy faces of course!

Please stop by my Instagram @emmaheartspaper to see the Reveal Wheel and springy unicorn in action!


Unicorn Reveal Wheel Card

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I created this adorable card as part of the LawnFanatics Challenge # 96 which was Birthday. Head on over and check it out to join in the fun! This particular challenge ends March 14th 2021, but they routinely have challenges with different themes.

I only just recently discovered Lawn Fawn. (It has been awhile since I’ve been actively paper crafting! Check out my About Me for more info.) I might be a little bit in love.

Lawn Fawn Unicorn Picnic Reveal Wheel Sprinkle Card

I switched things up a bit on this one and cut the window on the side of the card instead of the traditional top.

Close up of reveal wheel with fairies and sprinkles on wheel

This card was made using the Lawn Fawn Unicorn Picnic Stamp and Little Dragon stamp sets along with the Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel die.

I wanted the fairies to look like they are pouring the sprinkles onto the donuts floating on the clouds.

Everything is colored with ShinHan Touch markers. For the background I used one of the cut out cloud stamps as a stencil and just used my sponge daubers and blue ink to create the sky.

Close up of Unicorn on completed card

I’m just obsessed with these little creatures enjoying their birthday donuts.

Close up of Dragon on completed card

Obviously, it is the dragon’s birthday, and the unicorns and fairies are helping him celebrate. Am I the only one to gives back stories to their creations?

Check out this card in action on my Instagram!