Lawn Fawn | Lawn Fawnatics challenge 46


Happy Valentine's day crafty friends! I am extremely happy because today I finally had a little time and made this cuteness for my hubby. He is my biggest support and I just love him so much!

This is my entry to the Lawn Fawnatics 46 Challenge - Color inspiration. Be sure to check this amazing challenge here!


Today it's a tiny and cute shaker tag by the current challenge's color mood board and you can find the used supplies below.


 For the coloring I used these Copic Markers:




Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! If you like my creations let's be friends on Instagram. :)


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Sunny Studio Stamps | Best wishes


Hi crafty friends! It's Mona here, today I am showing you a bright and colorful floral card what I made with the Botanical Backdrop Die from Sunny Studio Stamps. By the way, this Die is a must have guys, it's really versatile!


This time I started the card making with ink blending. I searched for a darker blue cardstock from my stash and blended the corners with Black Soot and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide Inks. When it was done, I heat embossed the sentiment to the center of my card with white embossing powder.


The next step was the Die-cutting. I picked three bright colored cardstock from my stash and I made many Die-cut flowers with the Botanical Backdrop Die.


I added highlights and details with Signo Uniball white pen on the colored cardstock and put the parts together.





In the end I styled my card and adhered the flowers to my card base. Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! If you like my creations let's be friends on Instagram. :)

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Spellbinders | Gray monochromatic coloring on toned paper


Hi there, today I am guesting at Spellbinders blog with this step by step photo tutorial. Today I am going to show you how I made this tattoo inspired card. In this post I am featuring the gorgeous Just Add Color stamp set by Stephanie Low. Let's see my creations.


When I saw these floral stamp sets I knew that I will make a kraft card like this.. These images are really beautiful and they are so pretty in B&W too, even if you don't add color :)


Step By Step Instructions:

Check out the step by step instructions below for this project:

● Stamp your floral image to kraft or toned cardstock.


● Add a masking paper (or adhesive sticky notes) and stamp the main image again.


● Cut out the image from the masking paper.


● Position your stamps.


● Finish the image with black detailed pen if needed.



● Chose white, gray and black pencils from your stash and start the coloring process.




● When it's done shade the images around with pencils.


● The next step is the stippling. Add little dots around your colored image. I used 005, 05 and 1 thick black liners.


● Heat emboss your sentiment with white embossing powder .


● And the project is done. 





Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! If you like my creations let's be friends on Instagram. :) 

Big hugs, Mona

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