Lawn Fawn Video {4.29.21} Chari’s Colored Pencil Storybook Card

Today we have a fun slimline card designed by Chari! She shows us how to use colored pencils to give a soft storybook look to her images! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you for watching! I hope you enjoyed the video!

Chari created a sweet scene featuring some friends we all know and love! She stamped the images from Den Sweet Den, Hay There and So Owlsome, then colored them using colored pencils. She used scissors to fussy cut the images so they look like they are in the pages of a storybook!

The bright wash of colors in our Watercolor Wishes paper collection become a perfect background! She used 12×12 papers in Wishing Well blue for the sky and Four-Leaf Clover green for the grass and tree canopy. The tree is our Lift the Flap Tree Backdrop, trimmed down to just one tree.

I love all the sweet little details Chari added! The cute little bees from Bee Mine are perfect with the bee hive created with a Mini Easter Egg! And adding the leaves from Leafy Tree Backdrop: Portrait gives the tree top more character!

Chari included an encouraging quote from Winnie the Pooh on her design! She stamped it out using Harold’s ABCs which has a fun cartoon style!

Thank you so much for sharing this adorable design with us today, Chari!

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12 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Video {4.29.21} Chari’s Colored Pencil Storybook Card

  1. What an absolutely precious card Chari. I love the mini Easter egg used to make the beehive. Super cute. 💛

  2. I love Winnie the Pooh! Thank you for doing some colored pencil coloring – looks great! And I love your quote!

  3. Hi, Chari – I loved Jenn’s card and adore this one, too. I really appreciate your narration – very helpful. I keep seeing the “watercolor wishes” paper being used everywhere. I guess I should pick some up. Love how the egg became a beehive! This card is a treasure and you, Chari, are a MARVEL! Just brilliant!!
    TFS –
    Lori S in PA
    p.s. Winnie’s “honey” pot is always spelled “hunny” with one “n” backwards.

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