Card making – Lawn Fawn Aurora bear-ealis

Hello everybody! I hope you have a great week ahead. It’s almost time for the holidays, so I have another holiday card video for you!

It’s a card with ‘aurora borealis’, or since there are polar bears on the card, ‘aurora bear-ealis’. Better known as the nothern lights!

Also, the iglo I made for the card isn’t made with an iglo die set. It’s made out of the die from the snow globe from ‘Ready, Set, Snow’ from Lawn Fawn and I made the entrance from another die I found in my stash. Isn’t that awesome?! It was my husbands idea when I asked him for some inspiration for a card.

By the way, I think it’s a great card for the holidays, but if you change up the sentiment it’s great for something else too! Maybe a birthday card, or just to say hi to someone.

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Card making – Lawn Fawn Pea snow globe

Hello everybody! It’s time for another video and of course it’s another holiday one!

This time I used the snow globe from Lawn Fawn’s ‘Ready, Set, Snow’ together with the peas from ‘Be Hap-pea’ and ‘Peas On Earth’. I made the scene using the ‘Over The Mountain Borders’ set.

If you watched more of my video’s and/or checked out my cards on Instagram, you know that I love the jar from ‘How You Bean’. That isn’t any different for the snow globe! It’s wonderful how many things you can do with them and how you can create small scenes for them.

This card was also a great way to use up some of my hoarded patterned paper, haha!

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Video – Lawn Fawn Fairy snowy Christmas

With the use of the Lawn Fawn ‘Frosty Fairy Friends’ stamp set, I created this snowy fairy scene.

I used different textures of paper, glitter and gloss to make it really special for Christmas.
The frame of the card is made by using the ‘Peek-A-Boo Backdrop’ from Lawn Fawn. I used a textured paper for it.

The background is blended on watercolor paper and I gave it snowflake embossing with an embossing folder to add another texture to the card.

The snow for the hill where the fairy house is standing on, is made from watercolor paper that also has a texture and is slightly off-white to give contrast to the frame.

The sentiment is heat embossed on vellum to make it stand out on the background more and to add yet another interesting part to the card.

I used ‘Glossy Accents’ and glitter to add some gloss and glitter to the images that are in the scene!

Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not showing the obvious ones like scissors and such since I think that speaks for itself, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.