September Inspiration Week is just around the corner, and we are so excited! We will be highlighting all the fun holiday sets from the Fall & Winter 2022 Release! Be sure to join us for Design Team Inspiration, intro videos and daily giveaways! See you on the 14th for the Big Giveaway!
Today Karin joins us to share a lovely watercolor card featuring Ugly and Bright. She also created a handy watercolor swatch book project.
Karin’s simply beautiful Christmas card features a sweater from Ugly and Bright. First, she stamped it with Distress Ink in Antique Linen before adding pretty water coloring! And then she layered it on a Lacy Heart Stackable which she also water colored.
Karin is an accomplished watercolor artist, check out her artwork on Instagram HERE. She created a handy portable swatch book to take along on her Plein Air painting adventures. Using a Mini Notebook and Art Supplies Lawn Cuts she gave her travel palette sweet details!
Then inside the book she used the paint tube die to swatch the different colors of watercolor paint she uses. Here she has room for making notes.
We are so happy to have Megan with us again today! She has an adorable get-well card with clever surprise!
The large paint splatter shape from Art Supplies inspired Megan to make this creative tissue box get-well card. She also used the water cup and the paint splatters as the medicine container and the “bug”. She created the tissue box with the stitched square from Canvas and Easel and Quilted Backdrop.
Megan stamped the little “pull” from Push Here to prompt the recipient to pull the “tissue” out of the box. She did partial die-cutting to make the “tissue” long enough to fit inside the box. There she added the message from On the Mend.
Happy Featured Fawny Friday! It’s always so much fun to see all of your new release projects popping up! You have totally impressed us once again!
We always love seeing all of your amazing cards and crafty projects on Instagram and Flickr! And we can’t wait to share them! So, if you use #lawnfawn on your projects at Instagram, enter a Lawn Fawnatics challenge, or add them to our Flickr group, you just may find yourself featured on the Lawn Fawn blog!
Thank you so much to everyone for sharing your wonderful talent with us. You guys are the best! Of course, we will be looking for your Lawn Fawn projects at our Flickr group, at Lawn Fawnatics and on Instagram (be sure to use #lawnfawn). We can’t wait to see more of your awesome creativity!