Lawn Fawn Swan Soiree Card by Kelli

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Step 1: Stamp swans, moon, plants, and stars with Gina K Obsidian Amalgam Ink on copic-friendly paper

Step 2: Color each image with Copics. For the swan, I used W3, W1, W00, for pinks I used for Pinks I used R02, R01, and R00, and for browns I used E35, E55, and for the greens I used YG 97, and YG 95.

Step 3: Fussy cut each image using EK Success Cutter Bee Scissors.

Step 4: Add Lawn Fawn Prisma Glitter to the images by first coloring in with the Tombow Mono Glue Pen and then dipping the image in the Lawn Fawn Prisma Glitter.

Step 5: Added dimension by using white gel pen to add dots and shine lines.

Step 6: Ink blended the background with Distress Oxide in Tumbled Glass, Chipped Sapphire, and Black Soot to create a night time scene.

Step 7: Stamp the sentiment on pink cardstock and cut using the Lawn Fawn coordinating dies.

Step 8: Cut the pond using Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Dies on black paper.

Step 9: Assemble card using foam tape and adhere the sequins with clear glue!


Products Used:

Lawn Fawn Clear Stamps - Swan Soiree (LF2219)

Lawn Fawn Clear Stamps - Big Scripty Words (LF1171)

Lawn Fawn Lawn Cuts - Big Scripty Words (LF1172)

Lawn Fawn Glitter – Prisma (LF1535)

EK Success Cutter Bee Scissors (EKCB01)

Lawn Fawn Lawn Cuts - Stitched Hillside Borders (LF772)

Tombow Double-Sided 3D Foam Tape (62137)

Tim Holtz Distress OXIDE Ink Pad - Black Soot (TDO-55815)

Tim Holtz Distress OXIDE Ink Pad - Chipped Sapphire (TDO-55884)

Tim Holtz Distress OXIDE Ink Pad - Tumbled Glass (TDO-56287)

Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool(IBT40965)

Gina K. Designs Amalgam Ink Pad – Obsidian (GK-1028)

Tombow Mono Glue Pen 0.9 m (62175)

Copic Markers in R05 (R05-i), R02 (R02-i), R01(R01-i), R000 (R000-s), E35 (E35-s), E55 (E55-s), W1 (W1-s), W3 (W3-s), W00 (W00-s), YG97 (YG97-s), YG95 (YG95-s)

Stamping block

White gel pen

White acrylic paint

Clear sequins

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