Good morning! It’s time for a new Lawn Fawnatics challenge and it is such a fun one!
I had such fun with this challenge and I can’t wait to see where your imagination takes you! I decided to be inspired by one of my favorite Disney/Pixar movies: Ratatouille! Here’s what I created!
I’m pretty sure I’ve never used so many copic markers and so many sets on one single card but I really love how it turned out! I think the easiest thing to do is list the products I used before getting into the details. So, I used the following stamp sets for the various parts of my card:
*Unfortunately Merry Christmouse was an exclusive STAMPtember set a few years ago and is no longer available for purchase.
Whew! 😉 To start I stamped all my images on white cardstock with versafine and heat-embossed them with clear embossing powder. I colored them with copic markers, die-cut them with the coordinating dies, and then added accents with a white gel pen.
At the same time I die-cut the banner and restaurant name and stars from colored cardstock and added highlights with a white gel pen. Then I die-cut the shadow box card die-twice. I used a copic multiliner to loosely sketch bricks on the front and back of the shadow box panels. Once I had a basic brick wall I added shadings with neutral grey copics varying the markers to create a more realistic look.
And on one side of the shadow box card I added a tiny mouse hole! 😉
I stamped the sentiment with Milo’s ABCs and then die-cut a stitched frame of navy blue cardstock to go around the sentiment.
Next it was time to assemble my scene. I created the ratatouille by die-cutting the Lattice Backdrop die with white cardstock, coloring the little oval pieces in red, yellow, and green, and arranging them to create the iconic dish. I tucked some into the pan and added some to the plate. I added accents with a white gel pen and used two markers for each piece to give them a little depth.
I enjoyed arranging the images inside to help my scene come to life! And the best part: the card folds completely flat for easy mailing! This was, by no means, a fast card but it was really fun to recreate Ratatouille in card form! And I hope you like it, too!
And now it’s your turn! I can’t wait to see what you create!! You can link up your entries on the Lawn Fawnatics blog! Thanks so much for visiting and have an amazing day!
Interested in the products I used? To make them easy for you to find, I have listed them below. (Affiliate disclosure can be found here). Your purchases help keep my blog running and I thank you for the support!!