Lawn Fawn – Cheers!

Hey friends! I have an adorable slimline card to share with you today. I snagged the new Lawn Fawn Lovely Latte die set and had some fun creating different cups with my stash of Lawn Fawn papers.

I cut all the pieces from the Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Christmas paper pad and white cardstock. I used copic markers to color the coffee part of my cups – E35, E34 and E31. This seems to be my go-to combo for coffee most of the time. For the whipped cream I used E000 and E0000. I used liquid glue and adhered all the pieces together onto the base layer.

To create the background I inked up distress oxides in candied apple, dried marigold and tattered rose. I spritzed it with water and adhered it to a white card base. Then I cut the awesome Pink & Main Plaid Slimline die from white cardstock and layered it on top. I added foam squares to my mugs and popped them in place.

Next, I die cut the Lawn Fawn Scripty Cheers sentiment from white cardstock 3 times and glued them together. Then I glued the stack to the card front below the cups. For finishing touches I came in with a Wink of Stella glitter brush pen on the sentiment and whipped cream. Such a fun little touch of shimmer.

I am loving this new line of dies Lawn Fawn has come out with. I hope a few of the other iconic characters get added to the mix too!

Products used on today’s card:
Lawn Fawn Lovely Latte dies
Lawn Fawn Scripty Cheers die
Pink & Main Plaid Slimline die
Distress oxides – candied apple, dried marigold, tattered rose
Copic markers
Foam squares
Wink of Stella

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

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