grassy cupcake wrapper die, the scalloped cupcake wrapper die, and the scripty hugs die! If you know me, you know that I love creating party decorations. So when these two cupcake wrappers were first shown to the design team I was incredibly excited. I already have so much fun using them now and I can't image wheat I'll do with them once the holidays start getting closer and closer.
When I created the wrapper using the scalloped cupcake wrapper die I wanted it to be used for a safari theme so I used the grassy stamp from the new set, Critters in the Jungle and simply did some masking to create one long strip of continue grass. Once that was done I simply added color using some distress ink--it was that simple! I think that technique would also work for coordinating banners, invitations, etc. When I created the Easter theme wrappers it was rather simple but still appealing to the eye because I used some of the adorable Lawn Fawn pattern paper from the, Let's Polka Mon Amie paper collection--with the grassy cupcake wrapper die. So simple yet so soft and pretty. Lastly, I wanted to take the scripty hugs die and do something really colorful and fun with it. So I did some simply wet on wet watercoloring on some Tim Holtz watercolor paper, and stamp out a few fun critter/monster images along with a banner, and frame and combined them all together for this fun and happy card!
I hope you've enjoyed all that I created for this day of inspiration! Feel free to head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog and view all of the other amazing DT samples and get a chance to win these items by leaving a comment there. Click here, to go to the LF blog.
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