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Today I'm showcasing Lawn Fawn stamps and dies and Add A Little Dazzle metal sheets. I die cut several clouds from a Wondorous White Metal Sheet using the LF Spring Showers Die Collection and stars from a Perfect Peacock Metal Sheet, Pucker Me Pink Metal Sheet and Golden Glimmer Metal Sheet using the LF Stitched Journaling Card Lawn Cuts out of the Add A Little Dazzle metal sheets to use as embellishment on my card.
To create the custom background for my card, I took Tim Holtz Chipped Sapphire Distress Paint, Peacock Feathers Distress Paint and Scattered Straw Distress Paint and applied them to my craft sheet, spritzed the paint with water from a Mini Mister and then pressed the Tim Holtz Watercolor Paper into the paint until I got the look I wanted. I set the background aside to dry.
Once the background was dry I used the 4x6 stitched rectangle from the LF Large Stitched Journaling Card Lawn Cuts dies to die cut three sides of the background.
I colored the frog and crown from the LF Critters Ever After Stamp Set with Copics (the individual Copic Marker colors are listed and linked below in the supplies) and die cut the images with the coordinating LF Critters Ever After Lawn Cuts dies. I added some small clear gemstones to the crown.
I stamped the greeting from the LF Lucky Stars Stamp Set on vellum using Versamark and heat embossed with both gold and white embossing powders. I added the stamped speech bubble from the LF A Birdie Told Me Stamp Set and heat embossed it with white powder before die cutting the greeting using the coordinating LF A Birdie Told Me Lawn Cuts dies.
I adhered the metal die cut pieces, frog and crown and vellum speech bubble greeting to the background using glue dots and adhered the whole thing to a white card base using my favorite foam adhesive.
Click below to watch the video tutorial or HERE to watch on Lawn Fawn's YouTube Channel.