Sunday, 24 November 2013

Retro sketches meets Lawn Fawn

I recently ordered some Lawn Fawn goodies, and the lovelies at Lawn Fawn included a little thank-you gift in my order!  I got a couple of pieces of patterned paper (which I will use another time) and a cute little "love" flair-buttony-thingy!  As soon as I saw this week's Retro Sketches challenge, I knew I would be using my flair!
How cute is that flair!?!  The patterned papers are all from Lawn Fawn's "Peace, Love, Joy" 6x6 paper pack, and the stamps are from the matching stamp set.  The twine is from Doodle Twine, the punch I used on the edges is a Stampin' Up postage stamp puch (I just used the edge). 
I stamped and white embossed the "joy" on the middle panel, then clear embossed the little leaves above and below the word.  They didn't show up as much as I wanted, so I very lightly sponged some white ink around them.

http://retrosketches.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/retrosketches-91.html

I hope you're having a fabulous weekend - thanks for visiting :)

4 comments:

  1. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE - PERFECT!!!

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  2. Absolutely eye-catching pretty! The more I see LF products, the more I realize I need some (I know, I know...time to get out from under the rock!!). Your card is perfect for the challenge; perfect for brightening this cold wintry morning!
    c

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  3. Great card. I love that color combo and combination of elements.

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