Hey everyone – so I’m back with a new blog post – this post should have been written up last weekend but we have so few daylight hours here so just wasn’t able to take many pics.
For this set of cards i used the Lawn Fawn ‘How you bean’ set along with the conversation heart add on and the shaker die set. The shaker set works by cutting an outline of the jar so you can fill it with hearts or stars. I love this set of products! So I began by stamping the hearts and colouring them with my Spectrum Noirs – the reds and pinks were using the same colours as my previous blog post – http://www.intricard.com/2019/01/06/lawn-fawn-how-you-bean-valentines-card/ – so check it out of you’re interested. For the rainbow hearts again I did a two colour blend for each heart. Comment below if you’d be interested in me including all my colour combinations – if so I’d be happy to do so.
Once I coloured these I cut them out with my Scan N Cut – Lawn Fawn do have coordinating dies for these or you could just fussy cut them. on some of the hearts I added the little messages and on some I Left them blank. I then die cut the solid jar shape from thick white cardstock and he shaker jar die from card, white fun foam and acetate. This helped me to build up the shaker jars. I stuck the cut out hearts onto the solid jar and went around the jar with a BT1 spectrum noir marker this light blue helps the jar look realistic. I then added in some sequins and heart confetti and attached my shaker piece on the top. I stamped the jar lids onto some Lawn Fawn gingham paper and adhered this to the jars, I finished off my little jars by tying some coloured twine around the necks.
To finish assembling my cards I took a range of patterned paper and trimmed them down to 5 1/2 inch squares. I then adhered them onto a white square card base. I then added a smaller white square which I die cut from a scalloped square die – I also used the edge of this die to help cut a portion of paper from the really rainbow pack by lawn fawn to stick to the bottom of the square. For the sentiment strip I die cut some white paper using the LF everyday sentiment banner die and did come light ink blending around the edges using Altenew’s frosty pink ink and a mini ink blending tool. I stamped the sentiment included in the conversation heart add on set to my sentiment strip before adhering it to my card along with some sequins or enamel dots to finish off.
I’m so glad I bought these set of products from Lawn Fawn and I love the finished cards. I’d love it of you left me a comment below as to what you think or if you have any other questions.
Thank you for reading and hopefully I’ll be back soon!