*This is 1 of 2 posts today. For my layout feat. Kerri Bradford Studio digital cut files, click HERE.
Happy Valentine's Day!
Today the Lawn Fawn Design Team is showcasing the brand new (and very, very fun!) stamp set, Let's Roll and coordinating dies! Have I mentioned how much I love coordinating dies? Because I do love them. A lot!
I had forgotten how much I loved this technique until creating THIS card for the Lawn Fawn CHA-W catalog and booth. Since then, my colored pencils have been getting much love from me again. In fact, they make an appearance on tomorrow's LF card share as well!
After the images were all colored I used the coordinating Let's Roll dies to cut them all out. Easy peasy!
To create the background for my card, I used the LF Interlocking Backdrops Stamp Set, alternating the direction of the chevron for a fun, graphic and modern background. I used my favorite MFT Grout Gray Ink. It's the perfect color when you don't want the stamping to be too bold.
To get the multi-colored stamped title, I used Avery Elle Pigment Inks in Fog and Cherry and applied the ink to the greeting stamp with sponge daubers. *hint* If you label each sponge dauber with the ink color and store them in THIS box, you can use them over and over again!
I popped up some of the images as well as the background piece with foam adhesive.
I felt the top of my card needed a little somethin' to tie it all together. I stamped the tree (using it as a branch) from LF Critters Down Under, colored it in with colored pencils and cut it out (crossing my fingers that a die set is in the future for this set!)
I stamped and die cut tiny, tiny florals from the new LF Penelope's Blossoms Stamp Set and glued them around the branch.
Check out the rest of the LF Design Team's projects on the Lawn Fawn Blog HERE.
I'll be back tomorrow with another LF Inspiration Week project. See you then!