Lawn Fawn Video {5.9.23} Kara Cute as a Button Card with an Altered Image

We are buzzing with excitement; tomorrow is the Big Giveaway and the start of May 2023 Mini Release Week!! Our new products will be available on May 18th! Until then we will introduce all the awesome new products with Intro videos (with premieres), Design Team inspiration and daily giveaways! We hope you will fly on back here for all the release week fun! (For a little sneak peek, check out this video!)

Kara has another creative design to inspire us today! This time she shows us how to alter an Easter image to use any day all year! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

I think Kara’s card design is cute as a button! And I love the pretty colors she chose too! She started her design with Simple Stripes: Portrait cut from Ballet Slippers, Guava and Sticky Note cardstock.

Then she stamped the single button from How You Bean Buttons Add-On several times with Jet Black ink. And then she added coordinating colors of ink using the solid button stamp.

Kara also added great detail to her sentiment by adding shading to the white embossed letters with Copic markers.

Kara altered the Eggstraordinary Easter image (see photo below) by cutting the bunnies away from the Easter egg. So now they can carry the How You Bean mason jar filled with buttons.

Check your stash for images of critters holding something to see if you can alter it to have them hold something else! Just one more way to get more out of your sets!

Thanks so much for sharing another brilliant card design, Kara!


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Lawn Fawn Video {4.22.23} Mona’s One Layer Watercolor Card

Happy Saturday! We have a beautiful card and video for you today! Mona has created another wonderful coloring tutorial. You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

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Mona used Arches Cold-pressed watercolor paper to stamp the images from Sew Very Mice, How You Bean and How You Bean Buttons Add-On in Jet Black ink. Then she used Lawn Fawn ink to create a watercolor wash in the background, and also to color in the images. Check out the supply list below for the specific colors she used.

When all the watercolor was dry, Mona added in details with a white gel pen and a white pencil. I love the effect of her coloring on the jar, making it look rounded and so much like shiny glass.

Thank you so much for this fantastic tutorial, Mona! Your card is so sweet!