Quick and Easy Lawn Fawn Birthday Card

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Quick and Easy Lawn Fawn Birthday Card by Suzanne Hansen


1. Trim blue cardstock to 3 3/4 by 7 1/2 for card base.
2. Die cut marble cardstock with Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Square and
white card stock with Lawn Fawn Outside In Heart and Sentiment Banner.
3. Stamp Sentiment Banner and and marble square with Lawn Fawn Year 6
sentiments in Lawn Fawn Fish Tank.
4. At bottom of die cut heart, draw a circle and color with Copic E40
and E43. Embellish with Sakura Gelly Roll pens in black and white and Wink
of Stella Glitter Clear brush.
5. Stamp, color with Copic markers and die cut Lawn Fawn Year 6
shellfish. Embellish with Sakura Gelly Roll black pen to "pop" the eyes,
Wink of Stella Glitter Clear brush on inside of shell, and use Glossy
Accents on the outside of the shell. Set aside to dry for at least 20
6. Attach marble square and heart to card base with double sided tape.
7. Attach sentiment banner and shellfish with foam adhesive.
8. Add drops of water with Nuvo Crystal Drops in Morning Dew

Items Used:

Lawn Fawn Stamp - Year Six LF1050

Lawn Fawn Cut - Large Stitched Square Stackables LF837

Lawn Fawn Cut - Outside In Heart Stackables LF1563

Lawn Fawn Cut - Everyday Sentiment Banners LF1139

Lawn Fawn Ink - Front Porch Ink Cube Pack LF1534

Copic Sketch Markers:

E40-s Brick White

E43-s Dull Ivory

BG10-s Cool Shadow

BG11-s Moon White

BG70-s Ocean Mist

R20-s Blush

Sakura Gelly Roll Medium Black 37521

Sakura Gelly Roll Medium White 37819

Wink of Stella MS-55-999

Glossy Accents GAC17042

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