Happy cold, cold Friday from Montréal! This has been a particularly strange winter, major storms mixed with super freezing temps and then a one day break with a massive rainfall... We, apparently, have not seen a weather pattern like this in one hundred years! So, happy hearts today with Lawn Fawn for the current Lawn Fawnatics Challenge to cheer myself up!
The cute little Skunk was my starting point because I wanted to have him holding a bouquet of flowers :) I stamped and coloured him in with my Copics and used the accompanying die. I also die cut all of my flowers at the same time.
I put my bouquet together and added some Pretty Pink Posh Jewels to the centres and glued the bouquet to my skunk.
I decided to use my Outside In Stitched Scallop dies and die cut them from Ballet Slippers and one of the smaller ones from Neena. I then used the Lawn Fawn Woodgrain Die on the inside white panel.
I ink blended some Picked Raspberry Distress Ink on both the frame and the inside panel. I then die cut my sentiment and two hearts from Simon Says Stamp glitter paper and the rest of the hearts from some Tim Holtz Metallic paper and Ballet Slippers (ink blended the Picked raspberry once again).
I white embossed my sentiment on Black Licorice cardstock and die cut it with a banner die.
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Kim, what a darling card - seeing all the pink, the hearts and the poseys sure made me smile!ReplyDelete
this is just BEAUTIFUL!!!!! i LOVE the bouquet the skunk is holding! i love the colors! this is so pretty and so lovely!! i love it all!! Thank you so much for playing along with the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge! :)ReplyDelete
beautiful card!! that little critter is so cute!! Thanks a lot for playing with us at Lawn Fawnatics!!ReplyDelete
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