A Cute Trick or Treat Scene with Renata

Renata created a cute scene featuring Fox Costumes Before ‘n Afters and Lift the Flap Tree Backdrop!

Renata started this charming design with the background. She used the Cloudy Stencil and Scene Builder Stencil: Bayou to add subtle fog and spooky vines on the Fake Tan cardstock. Next she cut Lift the Flap Tree Backdrop from Fog cardstock and gave it a bit of dimension with a light gray marker.

I love how Renata arranged this cute trick or treat scene! The foxes appear to be dancing happily while the costumed chicks are tucked into the trees. And how clever are the little Beam Me Up aliens peeking from behind the trees!

Renata grounded this super cute scene with a Simple Grassy Border. Then she finished the card with a Simple Wavy Banner with the sentiment embossed with silver embossing powder!

Thank you so much for sharing this clever inspiration with us today, Renata!

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Lawn Fawn Video {10.20.20} Marine’s 3D Gingerbread House

Marine is with us today to share a super adorable 3D gingerbread house using our new Build-A-House Gingerbread Add-On die set! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

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Marine combined the original Build-A-House set with the Christmas Add-On and Gingerbread Add-On sets to make an adorable gingerbread house! You can make a bunch of these charming little 3D houses to create a fun gingerbread village!

Marine used the Shadow Box Card set to create the base of the gingerbread house!

Since the bottom of this sweet little house is open, it can be set over a battery-operated light to add a warm glow coming from inside! Marine covered the windows with vellum to let the light shine through!

Thank you so much for sharing this charming little project, Marine!

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A Chalkboard Card Set with Grace

Grace joins us today to share a creative card set with a chalkboard design!

Grace covered Bristol smooth cardstock with Black Soot Distress Oxide ink, then she sprinkled the panels with water to bring out the oxide. To frame each chalkboard she used 6×6 papers from Let It Shine and Really Rainbow that she die cut with Stitched Rectangle Frames.

For the get well card, Grace has the cute A Creature Was Stirring mice cooking up some yummy soup! For all of the designs, she stamped the images and sentiments with clear embossing ink and then white heat-embossed them! She used colored pencils to color the images leaving the strokes unblended to look like chalk drawings. So clever!

The holiday card features the cute mice again with the hot beverages from Thanks a Latte! The red and white stripes add the perfect festive frame!

The mice are back whipping up a delicious birthday cake from Birthday Before ‘n Afters! Grace stamped out “happy” using Quinn’s Capital ABCs. I love how she colored them in rainbow colors to match the Really Rainbow frame! She added a Fancy Wavy Banner to frame the sentiment that is white embossed directly on the card panel.

Thank you so much for bringing back the chalkboard look, Grace! Your creative card set is so inspiring!

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