Happy Monday everyone! I have a pair of Lawn Fawn cards to share today. I’ve used the Sweetest Flavor Stamps and Lawn Cuts from their Summer release to make these adorable cards.
My first card is an interactive card. I used the new Reveal Wheel Die to give the ice cream cone different faces and flavors. The card was easy to put together. I did go to Lawn Fawn’s YouTube channel and watched a how-to video on constructing the reveal wheel card front. The directions were simple, really easy to follow. I used Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Squares to give the wheel room to spin, and cut out an ice cream window with the Reveal Wheel Sweetest Flavor Add-On. I colored the wheel in 3 flavors: strawberry, vanilla, and orange sherbert.
I also used the same add-on die to cut out several coordinating cardstock ice cream scoops. I love how darling the size of the scoops are with the die. I stamped out 6 ice cream cones and colored the cones. I snipped the ice cream tops off, and used Lawn Fawn Glue Tube to add the cardstock. I glued them on the card front, and stamped cherries and hearts around the cones. (The smallest heart is from Octopi My Heart Stamp Set.) I stamped the sentiment onto coordinating dark pink cardstock, using Nuvo Embossing ink, and heat embossed with Lawn Fawn White Embossing Powder. I used the same colored cardstock for the cardbase. After adhering everything together, I put the card in my MISTI, and stamped TURN ME (from Reveal Wheel Sentiments), and the faces in the ice cream window. For my finishing touch, I added shimmer to the ice cream scoops, hearts, and cherries, and crystal glaze to the hearts and cherries for shine.
Because I had all of my supplies out, I decided to make an easy second card. I quickly stamped ice cream cones in a light grey ink all over a white cardstock panel. I die cut two circles out, using papers from Lawn Fawn’s Rainbow 6×6 rainbow pack. (I used the reveal wheel die to cut the scallop circle.) I had some stamped ice cream cones left over from the other card, so I colored them and added faces. I stamped and colored the cherries too. I die cut all of them out, used 3D foam squares to adhere the cones to the card, and glued the cherries on top. I die cut the word Hugs 4 times, and stacked them for dimension. I added shimmer and crystal glazed again for my finishing touch.
Lawn Fawn never fails with their creative ways to help us make the cutest cards. These were a lot of fun to put together. I hope you’re inspired to create something now too!
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