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2 Projects Featuring Lawn Fawn’s Love Letters Stamps Set

Hello Everyone! I have 2 quick and simple cards to share featuring Lawn Fawn’s Love Letters Stamp Set. The first, I randomly stamped the sweet little cell phone from the set all over a panel of smooth white card stock. I created simple masks by stamping one cell phone image on a stack of full sticky post it notes. I then fussy cut the image. I only had to cut the image one time, because I used the stack of post it’s. I can then pull the post it’s apart and use each for a different cell phone mask. If you are wanting to achieve the look of a scene (lots of images that are not alike), then I would use Inkadinkado Masking Paper.

While the images are masked, I added a halo of Distress Ink colors with Clarity Stencil Brushes. After removing the masks I added just a tad of shading on the cell phones with my C3 and C00 Copic Markers. You could totally leave this step out. I stamped the mini hearts, also from the stamp set to fill in the empty spaces.

I prepped a strip of black card stock with my anti-static powder tool and then using my Stampaholic Stamping Tool, I stamped the greeting with some Versamark sticky ink. I then coated the greeting with white embossing powder and heat set it with my heat tool.

I finished this card up by embellishing it with some Wink of StellaGlossy Accents, and Kat Scrappiness Mini Mix It Up Sequin Mix.

For lots more details, check out the process video below;)

 

For the second card, I did some simple stamping using different images from the same Lawn Fawn Love Letters Stamp Set. I stamped the open envelope first, then the little birds. I filled in the rest of the panel with the closed envelope image. I added some very simple Copic coloring, and some Clear Wink of Stella for a little shimmer. Last but not least, I cut the entire panel using the beautiful new Kat Scrappiness Stitched Fancy Scallop Rectangle Die. I love the uniqueness of these dies. They add so much interest to the edges of your cards. Just look at how pretty the white panel is layered on the red card stock!!!

Thanks for coming by today! Don’t forget to check out the process video below!

Kelley;)

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Beth Fiscus

    I really love that envelope card!!

    02/10/2017 at 4:50 AM
    • Reply Kelley Kohout

      Thank you Beth! 😉

      02/10/2017 at 9:35 AM

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