Woohoo! Another Lawn Fawn inspiration day—the set being featured on the LF blog today is, SnowDay; and, this set perfectly coordinates with the Snow Day paper collection, too! The cute and whimsical images in this stamp set just blew me away the moment I laid my eyes on them. I always brag about how versatile their stamps set are and I can’t help but do the same with this stamp set, too. Everything minus the ‘Merry and Bright’ sentiment can be used year round; for instance, you have the cute bunnies, the heart images, tree images, and the little bird. Combining the bunnies from, Snow Day, and a LF alphabet set, for example, can provide you with the perfect stamp combination for creating some Easter tags, or cards.
When creating this card I wanted to set a snowy scene; therefore, I wanted to stick to colors like: white, light blue, silver, and muted tones—as shown on the bunnies. I stamped the tress in some versamark ink and heat embossed them in silver. I than used white cardstock along with the forest border die, and the stitched hillside border dies to create the layered snowbanks. I was inspired by Kelly, who was inspired by Nancy (who works at the LFHQ) when I added the light blue distress ink between each snowbank. Nancy’s idea was brilliant and it adds so much to this card. For the base of the card I used the 12x12 paper from the Snow Day paper collection, and I love how the color and sentiment on that paper matches with the rest of the card.
Because LF has come out with so many fantastic elements that make papercrafting a cinch, I was able to make this card in no time! No more measuring and sketching out hills, no more cutting panels—everything is so easy to put together now and we can stick to focusing on which scenes we’d like to create!
The always generous, Kelly Marie, is having another giveway today! Head on over to the LF blog by clicking, here, to get your chance to win a stamp set. While you’re there you can browse through the DT samples and even watch Kelly work her magic as she formally introduces us to, Snow Day, in her new intro video.