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Fall Lawn Fawn Card by Beata

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Hi crafty friends! I'm thankful for so many things this fall season, so today I am sharing this warm "so thankful" card featuring Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. 

Step 1: I stamped the squirrels, leaves, rake, and wagon from the Let's Go Nuts Lawn Fawn clear stamp using my original MISTI stamping tool and a Gina K Designs Obsidian Amalgam ink pad, colored them with copic markers using a warm fall color pallet for inspiration, and cut them out.
 
Step 2: Next, I stamped the pile of leaves and large rake from the Jump for Joy Lawn Fawn clear stamp set, colored them with copics, and cut them out.
 
Step 3: I cut out the tree background from white cardstock using the Lift the Flap Tree Backdrop Lawn Fawn Lawn Cuts die set.  I blended the trees with Ranger Ink Tim Holtz Gathered Twigs distress oxide ink using Picket Fence Studios Life Changing Blender Brushes Then I blended the edges of the trees with Ranger Ink Tim Holtz Walnut Stain distress oxide ink.
 
Step 4: Then I blended my white A2 card base for my sky background behind the trees with the following Ranger Ink Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink pads (from top to bottom):  Wild Honey, Carved Pumpkin, Ripe Persimmon, and Candied Apple.  
 
Step 5: Next, I glued the tree background on top of my blended A2 card base using a Lawn Fawn glue tube, and then used a red pen to add dots to my blended sky background.
 
Step 6: Then I cut out a strip of grass from green cardstock using the grass die from the Trinity Stamps Slimline Card Series Scenic Border Die Set, and blended the edges of the grass using Ranger Ink Tim Holtz Rustic Wilderness distress oxide ink and a Picket Fence Life Changing Blender Brush Then I glued it to the bottom of my cardbase with a Lawn Fawn glue tube and cut off the edges.
 
Step 7: I added white highlights to my colored images using a white gel pen, and then glued the images onto my cardbase over the tree background using a Lawn Fawn glue tube.
 
Step 8: Lastly, I stamped the "so thankful" sentiment from the Jump For Joy Lawn Fawn clear stamp set onto white card stock using a Gina K. Designs Obsidian Amalgam ink pad, cut out the sentiment and glued it to the center of my card with a Lawn Fawn glue tube.
 
I have so many things to be thankful for this season. Thank you for reading along today to learn how I made this fall-color inspired thank you card.  You can find the supplies I used to make this card over at the scrapbookpal.com shop. 
 
Crafty Hugs, Beata June
Author:  Beata June
 
Instagram:  @craftybee34
 
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