Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #54: Perfect for parties


Hello Sweets! I am oooh soo excited! Today I am guesting for the 54th Lawn Fawnatics Challenge blog and the task for this challenge is perfect for parties, so I thought an infinity interactive underwater invitation video tutorial would be great. Aren't these critters cute with sunglasses?


Okay, it's hard to show on a photo how the infinity invitation card works, but I promise, once you watch my video you will see how it works and how you can make it. I hope you will enjoy that too. :)

VIDEO TUTORIAL


In my video I am starting with the tricky card base. I am going to make this card from my leftovers. I made my card from a thicker cardstock but I advice you to try this interactive card first with a lightweight cardstock like a double sided patterned paper, because it’s much more easier for training.


I cut four pieces of 4" by 4" inches from Lawn fawn cardstock named Mermaid and Peacock and when it was done I started the scoring and folding process. First score your cardstock at 2 inches, then turn your paper and score by one, two and three inches. Before I folded the scored lines I cut the paper sides as you can see in the video. Repeat the same process four times and you can put together your infinity invitation, yaay! 


Everybody has small leftovers at home, so I used cute tiny papers from the Really Rainbow Paperpad from Lawn Fawn to embellish the sides. I used these scrap pieces in various sizes. You can embellish the sides in tons of ways.


I made alpha die-cuts with Quinns capital abcs Lawn Cuts and run it through my diecut machine with the amazing dark blue Lawn Fawn paper named Blue Jay. I used lots of lawn fawn stamps to embellish my invitation. You can find the used supplies below the post. 


Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! See you next time! :) 


SUPPLIES

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