Thursday, July 9, 2020

I'd Like to Be...With You | Lawn Fawn Video!

Not to put a song in your head, but:

Both panels were ink blended with Distress Oxides.  The top panel uses Lawn Fawn's new Ocean Wave stencils.  The slimline lift-the-flaps die cuts all three openings together.  Various stamp sets were used to set the garden scene for the octopi.

I created a video to show how I put this card together.  You can watch it here, on Lawn Fawn's YouTube channel, or on my YouTube channel:

Lawn Fawn Supplies (affiliate links):
Stamps and Coordinating Dies:  Ocean Shell-fie, Smooth Sailing, Some Bunny, You Are Sublime, Offset Sayings: Birthday, Crazy Antics, Oh Gnome, Happy Village,
Dies:  Oliver's Stitched ABCs, Large Slimline with Sliders, Small Slimline with Lift the Flaps, Slimline Stitched Hillside Borders
Stencils:  Ocean Waves
Paper:  Shimmer Cardstock in Gemstone, White cardstock
Ink: Jet Black, Distress Oxides in Faded Jeans, Salty Ocean, Broken China, Cracked Pistachio, Worn Lipstick, Ripe Persimmon
Other:  Glue Tube, Bone Folder, 1/4" Double Sided Tape, Life Changing Blender Brushes, Jewel Pick
Copics:  V12, YG01,03,05, G00,02,05, C00,0,1,2,6,8, R02,05, E31,33,35,37, BV01,02,13,17,31, RV63,66, Y35,38

Thanks for coming over to visit!
May the Lord bless you today!


  1. This is the best thing ever!! I adore it Kara! I have to pin this oh it's wonderful!

  2. Awwwwww...this is just the CUTEST card ever Kara!! LOVE those flaps and the FABULOUS little scenes you've created under them! Totally LOVE this card!! Hugs. :0)

  3. wait … what song? lol Just amazing, Kara! I've been admiring those waves throughout blogland!
    Off to watch your magic happen...

  4. Oh, I love Lawn Fawn and love your darling cute card, Kara!! So creative and fun!! Amazing color as always...well done!!

  5. There's an abundance of cuteness here Kara! This bright, happy and ever so fun!

  6. Utterly charming, Kara ... and so sweet to 'discover' these adorable little scenes hidden under the flaps ... cute and so much fun! Big hugs and bisous, Anita :)