Lawn Clippings {4.19.12} baby card from start to finish

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Hello! Today we have a fun video requested by some of our lovely readers! I decided to do a girl version of this baby card using Plus One, Say Cheese, Critters in the Forest, Lawn Trimmings cord and Bright Side papers!

You can watch the video here or at our YouTube channel.


Thanks so much for watching!

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Card stock: Neenah
Patterned Paper: Lawn Fawn (bright side)
Ink: Memento, Distress

Etc: Copics, Lawn Trimmings cord, sponge dauber, foam ink blending tool, wooden button

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

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13 thoughts on “Lawn Clippings {4.19.12} baby card from start to finish

  1. This brings back memories of a really fun time with you and Ivy! Love this, great video! Thanks for sharing your tips for stamping and assembling the Polaroid frame. Hugs!

  2. I love this card! And, thank you so much for showing your actual Copic marker coloring of the tree and stork – that really helps me see how better to use my Copic markers. I love them, but am still new enough with them that I need help and inspiration! And of course, your card and scene is so adorable. You always inspire us! THANK YOU

  3. Love that card! I think it would be fun to know behind the scenes stuff about LF, like how you name the sets, etc. Or like intro to peeps that help make LF so fun! Or more LO's or card sketches. Ohh, ohh or like "recipe" cards. EX: it's easy to make cards using more than one stamp set so something like a little printable card, with a sketch and maybe some stamp set ideas. Oh, you know what else would be fun? Labels for the stamp sets that could be printed however we want but in a LF font!

  4. In this posted video i found nice design of baby cards. I was glad to see this. I really enjoyed it really nice post. such a your tips for stamping and assembling the Polaroid frame.

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