Friday, April 22, 2011


I wasn't going to make a new card today, but after my acceptance e-mail from Card Maker magazine, I got inspired - so here's what I came up with. It's my 3rd and final entry into this weeks Lawnscaping Challenge. I wanted a sweet, happy card and I like how this one turned out.

Card Stock - crumb cake, confetti white (Stampin' Up) 
Decorative Paper - Pink Swiss Dot (Bazzill Basics)
Stamps - Critters in the Burbs, Say Cheese, too (Lawn Fawn)
Ink - Black (Memento) Old Olive (Stampin' Up)
Makers - assorted colors (Copic)
Dies - Circle, Scallop Circle (Spellbinders)
Thread - Light brown - (Sew Easy)
Adhesive - Foam tape
Paper Snips (Martha Stewart)
Tools - Sew Easy Stitch Piercer

1. Create the card from kraft card stock - finished size is 5.5 x 5.5
2. Cut 5 x 5 panel, pierce with Sew Easy Stitch Piercer and sew the panel to the card
3. Die cut circle and scallop circle
4. Stamp grass on circle
5. Stamp images, color and adhere to circle with foam tape
6. Adhere circle to scallop circle with foam tape and adhere to card with foam tape


  1. So sweet, Donna! I love those little critters :-)

  2. That is really a cute card! I like the stitching around the edge and the way you mounted your images too!

  3. So cute and sweet. Love the stitched frame! Nice touch.

  4. This sure did turn out so sweet! TFS =)

  5. This is ADORABLE! I love the coloring on this! Thanks for playing along with us at Lawnscaping!


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