Monday, July 1, 2013

Lawnscaping Challenge #61: Sketch

Hey Everyone! 

Are you ready for another Lawnscaping Challenge??  This time we're creating projects based off of this awesome sketch by Chrissie:

This challenge was especially difficult for me!  My craft supplies are so limited right now and all I could do was think of all the supplies that I didn't have... like circle dies!  I did, however, have a leftover circle from this card, so I made do with what I had and here's what I came up with: 

I thought it would be fun to mirror the sketch and use the hot air balloon in place of the banner.  I started by stamping the map background on the card base as well as on the leftover circle and popped the circle up with some foam tape for a little extra dimension.  I used some colored cardstock to paper-piece the hot air balloon and decorated it with little stars from the same set.  The sentiment is from Flying By. 

I hope you'll head over to the Lawnscaping Blog to check out the DT AND check out the Lawnscaping Facebook page everyday for a little more Lawn Fawn inspiration from the Facebook DT!  I also hope you'll play along with us, because Simon Says Stamp is our awesome sponsor!  You could win a $25 gift certificate! 

Simon Says Stamp

Thanks so much for stopping by!! 


Stamps: (Blue Skies, Flying By) Lawn Fawn; (Map of America) Hero Arts
Cardstock: (assorted) Papertrey Ink
Ink: Versamark; (Tuxedo Black) Memento, (summer sunrise) Papertrey Ink
Other: copic markers 


  1. Love your new card!!
    The hot air balloon really pops on that background paper! Wow!

  2. Love this card! It's especially timely now when a lot of people travel!

  3. Such a great card, Lizzy! I really like the colors that you used! Yay, first Lawnscaping post! :)

  4. LOVE THIS!! These colors are my favorite right now.

  5. Such a cute card! I really like your interpretation of the sketch and color combination!

  6. I love this card!!! I love how you used the black and white background paper. The color really pop on it! Amazing job!



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