Happy Thursday friends! I have a couple of adorable Lawn Fawn Thanks A Latte cards I want to share with you today. The first card is a simple layout, and the second card is more technique happy.
I started by stamping out several mugs and coloring them. I tried out different color combinations, picking out my favorites in the end. After I cut the images out, I decided to add little faces to the mugs. (Too Cute!!) I picked out 2 coordinating pattern papers from Lawn Fawn Knit Picky Fall Petite Paper pack, used a scallop border die to cut a strip of red cardstock, and glued the papers together with Lawn Fawn Tube Glue. I stamped and heat set the sentiment, using Lawn Fawn embossing ink and Lawn Fawn white embossing powder. I added the mugs with Scrapbook Adhesive’s 3D foam squares, and attached the panel to a A2 size card base.
For this card, I decided to make a 1 layer scene. My first step was stamping the images on masking paper, then cutting them out. After stamping each layer in my MISTI, I would cover them with the masking paper, starting with the top layer. (Green mug and whipped dallop) To add the leaves to the red mug, I used the negative part of the masking paper to be sure only to stamp on the mug.
Once the stamping and masking was complete, I used Carved Pumpkin Distress Oxide ink to the background for a soft glow, and Copic markers to color in the mug shadows.
Next step is my favorite: taking off the masks. The masks are so dirty, and its always so much fun to see how clean the scene is at the reveal.
I finished the card front with coloring. I used the same color combinations from the first card. I trimmed the panel down with a stitched rectangle die, glued it to pattern paper, and added it to an A2 size cardbase.
Thanks for stopping by today. If you get the chance, I highly recommend picking up this stamp set. It is sooooo adorable, and can be used many times in the fall and winter months!