Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Flying By To Say

Hi Welcome Back! t's Lisa here again sharing a new card for Dies R Us. Im getting for that favorite time of year for me....yep...beach time! I just love the all these wonderful die cuts from Impression Obsession and Lawn Fawn to make this cool summer card. 


Just loving the blues and kraft paper with all these fun birds! I colored some of the birds with black copic marker. I also added tiny dots in brown for a little dimension in the sand.


The Lawn Fawn wavy saying stamps are great with the wavy banner. Loving the waves too. 


Here is how I make the clouds Lawn Fawn using puffy clouds borders.


After I shade the bottom darker, then I just ever so slightly fill in the white to blend a bit more of the blues. 


Die cut all the pieces and layer them however you like...Done! 


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Saturday, April 27, 2019

Thanks So Much


Hi! Welcome back to my blog! It sure has been a while since I made anything new. Been busy at work and with Easter last weekend, I had no scrap time. I have watching the Lawn Fawnatics #51Card Sketch for a while and I finally was able to make something this morning. I also used the colors with Color Throwdown #540. 


I know that fall is a while away...but I had to use some of my new stamps and die cuts from Lawn Fawn. I love the wavy banners and wavy sayings. I also Love the Snowy backdrop. I thought of the night time sky. I used hillside and grassy borders. The happy harvest set is perfect for the colors I wanted to use today. 


The cute little hearts are from the new awesome sets. 
Here is the great sketch! 


The fabulous colors from Color Throwdown. 


Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Have a great day!
Hugs Lisa 

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

I Was Crabby....Sorry

Hello again! It's Lisa back with a fun new Magic Picture Changer card for Dies R Us. I just LOVE this die cut and I'm sure will too. It is so easy to put together. However, be sure to put the inside on the smaller die cut and the outside of on the larger piece. Not like me. LOL My two sons say it's ok if you say it that way too.


The inside of the magic picture changer. I used Life is Good stamps and die cuts for my beach scene.  


First, I picked my papers and colors. I then colored images and had a general design in mind. Sometimes I just sketch an idea out on scrap paper. 


When you are stamping images be sure that it fits inside the box. 


I colored the images with copic markers. Hope you enjoyed! 


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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

To Some Bunny Special with Dies R Us

Hi, It's Lisa here today sharing with you my very first card for Dies R Us! I feel so lucky to be part of this new DT. Thanks you for picking me! I wanted to share this fun, bright Spring/Easter themed card using several die cuts. 


I started off with a plain piece of white cardstock for the base. It is a A2 size card 4.25 x 5.5. Then I placed bight blue paper in the background. I layered two "stitched hillside borders" with "stitched mountain borders" On top of that I then placed the "reversed stitched rectangle" I doodled the white dots on the edges. The "simple puffy clouds" I placed my sentiment on....It has been my latest passion for sentiments. The "floral bouquet kit" has the beautiful leaves and cute flowers. I placed some bling in the center. 


Last but not least, are the adorable "bunnies" from Impression Obsession. It is the first time I used them on a project. I'm excited to use them again soon! The "stitched hillside border" is also in the inside too. I usually just glue down the edges but not the center. So I can place a gift card inside. 

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Saturday, April 13, 2019

Chirpy-Chirp-Chirp!

Hi! Welcome back to my blog. Today Im sharing with you a new Easter Card using.....Yep Lawn Fawn! I have been admiring people making cards with the beautiful clouds and well, I thought I would give it a try too. So much fun! 


I had to use the Magic Picture Changer again. I just love it so much! For the outside I used the egg with flowers and in the inside I added another chick. I have been also practicing the white marker because I love the way it gives it shine. However, not sure which way the sun is going....LOL


The tiny eggs are from Rawesome, I used Simple Puffy clouds, Grassy Hillside Border, Chirpy- Chirp-Chirp, and Open Me Die cuts and stamps. 


I also used some Lawn fawn papers too! Love it for the sign post.



Thanks for stopping by today! 
Hugs Lisa 

Friday, April 12, 2019

Goody Goody Gumdrops

Hello and TFIF! Sharing today a fun new card using the Waffle Flower Apartment Die Cut and lots of stamps from LDRS called "Goody Gumdrops" This fun colored card was inspired by Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Just love the fun colors in the candy shop. 


Lots of fun stamps in this set. 


I also used the banner from Lawn Fawn. For the sign. 


Thanks for stopping by today! Have a great day! 
Hugs Lisa