Lawn Fawn Pinata Birthday Card

Posted by Tracy Schneiders on

Let's make this adorable birthday card!

I started out by stamping out all of my images onto white card stock purchased at my local craft store.

Next I colored all of the images, creating subtle shadowing, using only two shades per color.

Then I use the coordinating dies to cut the images. I set those aside and started on my background. I used two of the Lawn Fawn stitched Hillside borders, cutting one with yellow cardstock and another with orange.

Then, using white card stock, I started on my cloud background. I used Lawn Fawn cloudy stencil, memento ink and an ink blending tool to stencil a cloudy scene. To accent it, I used a grey metallic paint with water and a toothbrush to create a speckled effect.

Then it was time to start assembling. I glued my hillside borders to the cloudy background and then my images to the scene. After gluing the scene to a A2 size orange card panel, I glued it all to a card base.

That's it! If you make this card, please tag me @craftwithme101 so I can see how great you did! Thanks for stopping by!

Instagram: @craftwithme101

Products Used:

Lawn Fawn Cloudy Stencil SKU: LF2250

Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders SKU: LF772

Lawn Fawn Year Seven Stamp set SKU: LF1338

Lawn Fawn Year Seven Die set SKU: LF1339

Memento ink Bahama Blue SKU: MD 601

Memento Ink Tuxedo SKU: MD 900

Lawn Fawn glue tube SKU: LF1664

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