Monday, February 3, 2014

Lawnscaping Challenge #75: Dots & Hearts

It's time for another Lawnscaping Challenge!  With Valentine's Day just around the corner, we're encouraging you to use hearts and dots on your projects!  




Here's my card: 


I created the front panel with some distress inks and a stencil from The Crafter's Workshop. I've had the stencil for a while, but haven't ever used it, so I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to do so.  The stamps are all from Lawn Fawn's Woodgrain Backdrops stamp set.  After choosing a heart for the focal point, I stamped the sentiment and then stamped the arrow.  I just masked off the heart to avoid stamping in the heart.  I was also able to make the arrow a little longer to accommodate the size of the heart: 

I love how clear stamps are so easy to line up! 
I finished up the card by using a copic multiliner to draw lines and dots around the heart and front panel.  The card base is stamped in black with the woodgrain stamp. 


Thanks for stopping by!  Our sponsor this week is Simon Says Stamp, who will be giving away a $25 gift card to the lucky winner!  Hope you'll join us! 

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-Lizzy

9 comments:

  1. Wow oh Wow! How fun is this! I love the little tutorial you made, what an awesome idea! I love everything about this card!

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  2. So cool!! I love the way you incorporated the dots, you're so creative! Love the ombre hearts, pretty!

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  3. That is so pretty, Lizzy! The heart background that you created looks so neat! I really like the border with the dots! :)

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  4. amazing! i love this card!! and the super fun background you made is so lovely!! and i LOVE that woodgrain background you made! <3

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  5. Love your card! I really like the gradual color gradations!

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  6. Such an adorable card!! Love all your small details!

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  7. Gorgeous card! I love how you mixed the bold and lighter colors of pink and made one of them pop with your sentiment and dots. They look so pretty on that woodgrain background!

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  8. Wow! this is beautiful!! Love all those hearts!!
    Stunning colors!!

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  9. Great card! I may just have to try that today.

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Many thanks for each and every thoughtful comment! Your feedback is genuinely appreciated--I only hope you enjoy my cards as much as I enjoy your comments!

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