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When a new Lawn Fawn release comes out I do a happy dance.  February's release was no exception and they had a stamp set to go with my feelings.


5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 100lb white cover card base folded in half 
6" x 6" Rainbow Plaid patterned paper
4 1/4" x 5 1/2" 100lb white cover card stock for scalloped die

I die cut the Rainbow Plaid background with the largest stitched Rectangle from the Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangles and the scalloped die from My Favorite Things Blueprints #1.

I used the brand new Happy Happy Happy Stamps and Dies from Lawn Fawn to create the sentiment.  I die cut 5 blanks of the bold Happy and glued them together to pop up the word.

I was very busy last week as I mentioned in my last post so stamping and die cutting the flowers from Lawn Fawn's new Fab Flowers Stamps and Dies was a great way to relax and get some crafting in.  


When I had some time available everything was ready to start making some cute cards with these pretty florals.  Check out my last blog post for the color combinations I used to make the flowers, butterflies and leaves.  I popped up the flowers with some foam tape to add to the dimension I created with the popped up Happy.
I finished the card off by selecting some coordinating copic markers and coloring in the bold, popped up happy.  It created just the contrast I needed to complete the look.


Congratulations to Lynn Antle :).  
She is the winner of the Summer Bloom Stamp set from wPlus9.

Scotch Foam Tape
RV11, Y11, and BG45 Copic Sketch Markers, Imagination International


  1. Beautiful card!
    Congrats to Lynn.
    Carla from Utah

  2. Beautiful happy card I love those die cut words and it's a good reminder that spring in on the way even though it's still quite cold here in the uk. All the best Pauline ( freedom99)

  3. Such a pretty card!! Love the soft colors and the dimensional sentiment looks fantastic!
    Rosali @ilovestamping


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