Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Lawn Fawn Spring Release Thinking of You Line Border and Virtual Friends

Are you staying close to those you love?  Sending a card is a very special way to stay connected.  My great grandmother kept all of her letters and now I have them.  They are mostly from when she lived in California and and her beau (later my great grandfather) lived in Wisconsin in the late 1910s.  There are also letters from her parents, siblings, and friends.  I've learned so much about life back then through their correspondence.

I love Lawn Fawn's new Virtual Friends and Thinking of You Line Border together!  It's a great combination for a slimline card:

The line border was extended with the seam hidden by the monitor.  I colored a little homey background for the mouse:

Check out all the new products over at the Lawn Fawn blog!  It's such a fun release!

Stamps: Virtual Friends 
Dies:  Thinking of You Line Border, Scallop Slimline with Hearts: Landscape, Large Slimline with Sliders, Gift Card Heart Envelope
Paper:  Cilantro, Mermaid, White, Ivy Remix 12x12
Ink:  Clear, Jet Black
Other: White embossing powder, Copic markers

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


  1. Cute, CUTE card Kara! So simple but it conveys everything it needs to, and I'm loving the soft and Spring like colors too! Hope you're staying safe and well! Miss you!! Hugs. :0)

  2. This is wonderful! It sure conveys what we are all doing now. Love the homey scene you made for him and that soft paper plaid.

  3. One of my fave colour combos for cards, this is the cutest Kara!!

  4. Love the way you've filled your slimline card with so much sweetness! This is adorable, Kara!

  5. Oh, what a sweet card!! It certainly describes these trying times, but it is packed with cuteness!!

  6. So, so cute Kara! A simply great design for a slimline card.

  7. This is so sweet, Kara ... my attention was taken by the 'at home' scene you created for the little mouse ... awesome detail! How wonderful to have your great grandmother's letters ... that truly is a wonderful connection! Big hugs and bisous, Anita :)