I hate to mention this to Ken, but I have fallen deeply in love with Lawn Fawn stamps. I may need to kick him out of bed so I can start cuddling up to these at night. Lawn Fawn is a local (yeah!) company, based in Orange. They make totally clear photo-polymer stamps, most of which are adorable and whimsical – my favorite combination. Last week I went up to my local stamp shop, Stamp Fever, and went a bit nutty buying sets of Lawn Fawn stamps.
Up first was Critters in the Dog Park. If there is another animal I like best after horses, it is cats. And then unicorns. But dogs make my top five list, for sure. These dog stamps come with coordinating dies, which means I can use my Big Shot die cutting machine to precisely cut out each dog in the set with almost no effort.
As soon as I got home with these stamps I had to break them out and make a few cards. I will post two today, and two tomorrow.
First up, two cards with a non-traditional shape. I forgot I had large scallop circle and square dies, so I put them to work to make these card bases.
Supply List –
- Stamps: Critters in the Dog Park from Lawn Fawn
- Paper: Blackberry and Sugar from A Muse Studio
- Ink: Versamark, Memento Black, Marina Mist, Pool Party, Old Olive and Lucky Limeade from Stampin’ Up
- Accessories: Critters in the Dog Park dies, white embossing powder, copics
I sponged ink in layers to create the sky and grass, then embossed the sentiment (which is from another Lawn Fawn set) in white. The doggies were colored using copic markers.