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Cheryl here today with another card project to share. We all love the cute critters in Lawn Fawn stamp sets. Adorable! I had an opportunity to work with the Elphie Selphie stamp set. How cute is this set? Here’s what I did with it.

I stamped out the box from a stamp set from Honey Bee Stamps called Celebration Box. I stamped it on paper from Lawn Fawn’s Perfectly Plaid Rainbow paper pad, and a scrap I had that matched for the flaps. I also stamped it on plain white cardstock. I cut the box base from one and the flaps from another and then glued them to the plain white piece. I cut along the lines to be able to have the elephant appear to be coming out of the box. So cute! I stamped the elephants and colored with my Copic markers. I stamped the flag and balloons onto some colored scraps and fussy cut them out. I popped up with foam squares and added some twine to the backs and tied with a bow.

I found a piece of watercolored cardstock I had created one day just playing around. I liked the colors for this and used a Kat Scrappiness Rectangle die to cut it out. I stamped the sentiment and added some glitter pen accents by tracing over it. I then added the elephant into the box and glued it down to the base. I used a foam square behind the elephant’s head for dimension. And the adorable baby was added with foam squares as well. Finally, I added the balloons in place and a bit of glue behind the bow. I added some bling with a Kat Scrappiness sequin mix. Also added some Fabrika enamel dots in Northern Lights, and a few stars from my stash. The entire panel was then mounted with foam tape to an A2 card base of 110 lb Neenah Solar White cardstock.

So there you have it. A super cute card using a variety of supplies. Go through what you have, mix and match, and have fun playing! That’s what it’s all about.

Happy Crafting

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