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Bicycle Built for You with Angeline

Happy mid-week my scrappy friends! Angeline here to share with you a fun card I made using the Lawn Fawn “Bicycle Built for You”  stamp set, dies and Kat Scrappiness sequins.

So, I first stamped all the cute critters, couple and fun elements on a white cardstock — then colored it with my Copic markers. You can then cut them all out using the Bicycle Built for You Lawn Cuts (Dies) by Lawn Fawn. I also die cut out the white picket fence and road using the Lawn Cuts Little Picket Fence Border & Lawn Cuts Road Border by Lawn Fawn.

Then, it’s time to assemble everything! Just have fun and create whatever scene you like 🙂 I also inked the background with some Tim Holtz distress oxide inks to create the sky & grass. And finally, it’s a MUST to add some Kat’s pretty sequins coz they are just SO pretty! Here I am using some Rock Candy Sequin Mix by Kat Scrappiness.

Also, I have a GIVEAWAY! 🙂
I am giving away this awesome NEW Kat Scrappiness “All the the family” die set (worth $17.99). This is such a fun set to have and you can use it for so many scrappy projects.
Just head on over to my Instagram (@scrappyscrappy_) for the full details on how to win.
Giveaway open worldwide and ends on 15th October 2017.

Here is the list of supplies I used to make this card. For all the supplies linked, you can get it from Kat Scrappiness store. Do remember to use my code “Angeline10” to get 10% off your order! Happy shopping.

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Lawn Fawn “Bicycle Built for You” 
Bicycle Built for You Lawn Cuts (Dies) by Lawn Fawn
Lawn Cuts Little Picket Fence Border by Lawn Fawn
Tim Holtz distress oxide inks
Rock Candy Sequin Mix by Kat Scrappiness
Aleene’s Quick dry glue
Thermoweb Mixed Media Adhesive
Copic markers
Sizzix Big Shot
Tim Holtz Distress Sprayer
Memento ink Tuxedo Black

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  • Reply margessw

    That card is truly adorable !!

    10/12/2017 at 7:18 PM
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