It’s time!! It’s time!! The first exclusive STAMPtember collaboration set is here and it’s LAWN FAWN!! The ADORABLE stamp set is called Nutty or Nice? and is a must-have for your holiday and winter card-making! It is available as an individual stamp set or as a bundle with coordinating dies!
AND you can still use one of the STAMPtember codes with your purchase until 11:59pm tonight!
If this is your first STAMPtember all month long Simon Says Stamp will collaborate with different companies to produce exclusive sets! These sets are ONLY available until they sell out and will not be restocked. The Lawn Fawn collaboration set sells out EVERY year so I highly recommend snagging yours early!
And, of course, I have a video for today’s card that you can watch below or at my Youtube channel!
This was such a fun card to create! I always love spending a few hours building a scene and Lawn Fawn stamps are so perfect for scene-building! First I stamped the adorable squirrels, snowman, and carrot with versafine and heat-embossed them with clear embossing powder before coloring them with copic markers. These are the colors I used:
- Squirrels – W00, W1, W2, W3, W4, W5, W6, W7, W8, R20, R22
- Snowman – C00, C0, C1, C2,
- Snowman’s Hat – N4, N6, N8, N10
- Scarves and Santa Hat – R22, R24, R27, R29, R59, G03, G05, G17, G29
- Carrot – YR16, Y38
Next I blended my background using distress inks on strathmore bristol cardstock. I used chipped sapphire, dusty concord, shaded lilac, and picked raspberry for a wintery sky. I spritzed it with water a few times and then spritzed it with white iridescent spray and white acrylic paint.
Next I die-cut the mini snowflakes and one of the simple stitched hillside dies from Lawn Fawn. Then I stamped the branch from Nutty or Nice with doe ink and partially fussy cut it so that I had a little handle to hold onto. Then I used an embossing pen to add a little embossing ink to the top of the branch. I sprinkled it with white puff embossing powder and heat-embossed it to create a puffy snow effect.
And then it was time to build my scene! I laid everything out to get an idea of where I wanted it and then started adhering the different elements with a mix of regular adhesive and foam mounting tape. I added some accents with prisma and chunky glitter, a white gel pen, and spectrum noir clear sparkle. And finally I stamped the sentiment onto black cardstock, heat-embossed it with white embossing powder, trimmed it down to a thin label, and adhered it to the card with foam mounting tape!
What a fun, cheerful card to create! Remember, this Nutty or Nice? set is only available until it sells out so don’t wait too long! 😉 Thanks so much for visiting and have an amazing day!
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