lunedì 25 maggio 2015

Create your own stencil with Lawn Fawn.. + ..a photo tutorial!

Update: This card received the "Honorable Gnome" title!! I'm so so happy! thanks!! :)

Hi there and welcome back to fridayfinally! 
Hope you had an amazing week end, I had some time to making my entry card to the new Lawnscaping Challenge! 
The theme is "try a new technique" so I created a special background for my new little critter to stand up with a super new technique to me! Maybe some of you saw this before, but I didn't, so i'm pretty happy to have thought about it by my own! :) 

I recently bought this super cute set by Lawn Fawn, it's an old set but as all LF critter sets: it never goes out of style! ihih! This little koala is too cute and pretty :)
And I got my first Pretty Pink Posh sequins too! YAY! I love them! This particular color - Lime Sorbet -  is my fave! :)
I decided to create something new today.. a photo tutorial! I really thought about it late so I only have one picture for you today, but i like to think this like a little experiment, so let me know what you think about! 
I created this just because I wanna show you how to recreate my background and I think it's a funny way doing this with a picture! :) 
So... here is it! 

I hope you like it and you'll be inspired by my card and my tutorila! :) Oh .. and for an extra touch of dimension I glued some leaves right in the back side of the banner so everything really pops up! And I have to say that I love Glue Dots, I'm testing them these days in some projects and I think they are perfect to give a pretty and elegant dimension! :) 


Thank you so so much for stopping by today, if you like my projects please follow my blog, and be sure to visit my facebook page for more inspiration! 

See you soon with another project! :)

6 commenti:

  1. Gorgeous, adorable card, what a clever idea to make the background.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

  2. So sweet and very cool how you created the background! Have a wonderful week!

  3. Oh my!!! This is a brilliant idea!! It really adds a lovely softness to it! Very sweet.