Lawn Fawn – Magical Happy Birthday

Welcome to a new week. I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I recently had a moment to play with some new goodies I ordered from Scrapbookpal.com. It was mostly supplies but I had to throw in a few fun things too and one of them was the new Little Dragon mini set.

To create my card, I started by stamping and coloring my images with my copics. I used the Little Dragon and Critters Ever After stamp sets to create this scene. Then I inked up a panel with distress inks for a darker sky and spritzed it with water. Next, I inked up 2 other panels – for grass and a hill – and die cut them with my grassy border die and one of the stitched hillside borders.

I die cut a stitched rectangle from an old Beachside paper pad I’ve been hoarding. Then I cut the largest outside-in stitched scalloped circle from the center. Using my images as a guide I stamped some stars in the sky with VersaMark ink and heat embossed them in white. Now, it’s time for assembly.

I adhered the hill and grass together and then to the back of the panel with the circle hole. I line the back of that with foam tape and adhered it to my inked panel. This whole panel was then glued to a card base and I started on my images. Those are adhered with a combination of foam squares and liquid glue.

For my sentiment, I die cut one of the wavy banners and stamped “Happy Birthday” from the wavy sayings stamp set. After folding on the crease lines I added a little glue to the folds and popped the banner up with foam squares.

To finish this card off, I added unicorn Stickles to the stars in the sky, glossy accents to the dragon horns, flames and flags on the castle and a black glaze pen on the dragon’s eye. Last, I glued down a scattering of Fortune Teller flat back beads from Trinity Stamps.

I had so much fun creating this card! I hope you enjoyed it and find a little inspiration to make something wonderful.

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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