Sunday, October 9, 2011

"Winter Fox": Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week

Hey there, everyone!!  Today starts inspiration week for Lawn Fawn!!  Today we are showcasing the little mini set called "Winter Fox", which is super cute!!

This set is similar to one we released last year called "Winter Bunny", and could actually be used together in a really cute way!  I decided to focus only on "Winter Fox", and here is what I came up with!  {Challenges will be posted at the bottom.}
"Warm Winter Wishes" supplies:
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics (red, blue) & Papertrey Ink (kraft, white)
Paper: Prima Marketing (North Country 6x6 paper stack)
Stamps: Lawn Fawn (Winter Fox and Frosties sets)
Ink: Clearsnap (Pigment: frost white, cranberry, antique pewter)
Chipboard star: Rusty Pickle
Twine: May Arts
Button: Papertrey Ink
Jewels: Creative Imaginations
Paint: Making Memories
Glitter: Doodlebug Designs
Doily die: My Favorite Things
Diecut Machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft

Instructions:  Make card from red cardstock.  Cut kraft block slightly smaller, then stamp sentiment and snowflake background to it.  Adhere a dotted strip of paper to the left side, and then adhere the entire block to the card front.  Diecut the doily from blue cardstock.  Stamp the fox to the doily, and all the paper layers needed.  Cut out each section, layer together, and adhere the fox to the doily.  Adhere the entire doily to the front of the card, just above the sentiment.  Paint a chipboard star, cover in chunky glitter and adhere to the front.  Tie a double bow from twine, thread a button around the middle, and adhere to the middle of the star.  Accent the fox's mug and the top of the dotted paper strip with jewels to finish.

Be sure to check out what the rest of the Lawn Fawn gals have come up with using "Winter Fox"!! ♥♥♥

And as always, there will be lots of giveaways on the Lawn Fawn blog this week!!  Click on these links and follow the comment instructions for your chance!! 

Until later,
~Lea L.

Lovely Challenges I used today
-Papercraft Star challenge #65- color (red, blue)
-Our Daily Bread "Shining the Light" challenge #79- make your own embellishment (the star)

15 comments:

  1. Lea, I love your card! Mr. Fox sure looks cozy with his hot cup of cocoa and little scarf! Love the snowflakes, the colors, the bling. Sigh! Just too cute! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Papercraft Star!

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  2. Adorable card. Love the Fox with aharf.

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  3. Such pretty colors!!! Love the look and feel of your card!!
    Hugs, Wendy

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  4. Lea I love your card!!! The fox is so cute. I love the way you fussy cut him and layered ove the doily! I'm so happy you played along with us this week at Papercraft Star!
    Kindest regards,
    Jennifer

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  5. Lovely card, love your color scheme and your snowflakes!

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  6. Beautiful colors and design Lea!

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  7. The red and blue just pop with the white and kraft on this card Lea! It's such a cozy little card for the upcoming season. :-) So glad you joined us again this week at Papercraft Star!

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  8. So sweet Lea! Love these colors for winter.

    (-: Heidi

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  9. Lea your cards are so unique... love your style!

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  10. Such a cute card, thank you for sharing it.

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  11. Such a cute card Lea!! Love the star embellishment, your colors and your use of the doily! Thanks for joining the ODBD Shining the Light challenge this week!

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  12. Gorgeous sparkly creation and love the color choice, thank you for sharing your lovely work with us at The Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge this week.
    hugs Kate xx
    PS I have some new candy if you are interested:)

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  13. This is so pretty. Love how you paper-pieced the fox. So creative

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  14. Hi Lea,
    This looks fab. I love the colour combo, it's fab! Thanks for joining us at Secret Crafters this week.
    Hugs,
    Andie xx

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