Saturday, March 3, 2018

Off-The-Edge Die Cut Card - Lawn Fanatics Card Challenge #23

With how much I like Lawn Fawn 
I was surprised that I was unaware of 
the Lawn fanatic Blog Challenge!!

I happened upon it & am so happy - 
I do love Lawn Fawn!!

Here is there challenge for this week:

You can find them here to play along :
Lawn Fawnatics

My new technique is

I used lawn Fawn Upon a Star stamp & die set

Image result for lawn fawn upon a star

 I used Distress Inks to make Northern Lights in the sky &
a grassy hill for them to sit one.

I used Gold embossing powder with Versa Mark Ink.

This picture shows the animals sitting on the hill.
The die cuts all stop on the line.

 I think it ads to this stamp set to have them all sitting on the hill,
looking up, gazing at the stars.

The Sentiment is alos stamped in the matching Gold Embossing,
ans mounted on a strip of inked sky to tie the card together.
I got the instructions for the off-the-edge card here:
She has pictures asn a you tube video that makes 
the process straight forward & super easy!!

Thanks for stopping by!!


  1. This is so sweet and beautiful!! I love the sky and the sweet star-gazing critters!! Gorgeous card!! I love it!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  2. I LOVE that sky background.... It's so PRETTY! And those critters looking up at the stars are just too cute! Adorable Card!


  3. I love this is so sweet and reminds me of my family looking at the stars around the fire at our cottage.
    So cute..and such a fun technique!!!

  4. Oh wow, this is an awesome technique and a totally adorable card! Such a fabulous idea! So glad you shared with us at Lawn Fawnatics!

  5. Absolutely adorable. Thanks so much for sharing such a creative idea. I love the sentiment!

  6. Cute card and Great job with the off the edge technique... Awesome sky


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