Tuesday, July 28, 2020

A Magic Iris Camera Dragon Ride with Lawn Fawn | Video

The night is clear and full of stars!  It's a perfect night to go for a dragon ride!
The camera is ink blended with distress ink.  I used modeling paste mixed with Prisma glitter through the Starry Sky stencil.
The camera itself helps create the scene with the Build A Castle and Build an Aquarium.
The Magic Iris die closes the camera lens.  I white heat embossed the sentiment onto the closed iris.

I created a video to show how I put this card together.  You can watch it here, on the Lawn Fawn YouTube channel, or on my YouTube channel:
Thanks so much for watching!

Lawn Fawn Supplies (affiliate links):
Stamps:  Little Dragon, Tiny Fairy Tale
Dies:  Magic Iris, Magic Iris Camera Add-on, Magic Iris Camera Pull Tab Add-on, Puffy Cloud Backdrop: Landscape, Build a Castle, Build an Aquarium
Stencil: Starry Sky
Paper:  Black Licorice, Mermaid, Peacock, White, Sparkle Pixie Dust, Sparkle Holiday, Shimmer Tropical
Ink: Jet Black, Clear, Distress Ink - Faded Jeans, Chipped Sapphire, Black Soot
Other:  White embossing powder, Glue Tube, Prisma Glitter, 3/16" Glue Dots
Copics:  BG10,11,13,23, B32,34, V01,12,15,17, E00,21,23, R32,35,37, Y21,23, BV04,08

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


  1. This is so cool and just as adorable as can be!

  2. What a great card and so much fun. The Magic Iris is what makes this such an exciting surprise. Beautiful coloring and blending too.

  3. What an adorable card Kara. And your video was delightful. And I love it when the "artist" keeps her boo=boos in the video to let everyone know, we all have those silly moments! Your coloring and your card are simply wonderful. Great job! :-)

  4. Wow Kara, there's so much cuteness to drink in! What a delightful creation!

  5. Soooo pretty! I just love how you have used this wonderful die, the opening senitment is brilliant!

  6. Sweet, charming and so wonderfully magical, Kara ... a dragon ride ... that'd sure be adventurous! Not done that yet!! Big hugs and bisous, Anita :)