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Lawn Fawn Sketch Challenge

Hello crafty friends! Today I am sharing a card for the Lawn Fawn Sketch Challenge. Lawn Fawn was our generous sponsor at PPC&F and I absolutely love their stamps and dies! I love this set, You Autumn Know, with the adorable little mice!

To begin, I used the Simon Says Stamp cloud stencil with Distress Oxide ink in Tumbled Glass. Then I used some Green Leaf cardstock from Simon and cut 3 hills with the Lawn Fawn stitched hillside die set. I inked the edge of each hill with Mowed Lawn and Rustic Wilderness distress oxide inks. I figured out how I wanted them placed and then adhered them to the A2 card panel.

Next, I placed the leaves and the cute little mice into my Misti stamping tool with some Neena classic solar crest card stock. I stamped them with Memento tuxedo black ink. I then colored them in with my Copic markers (see below for color list).

I then die cut them out with the coordinating die set and figured out how I wanted to place them on the card panel. When I saw the sketch challenge, I knew I could make these little cuties flying through the air holding onto the leaves. I adhered them all to the card panel and popped some of them up with Scotch foam tape to give the card a little dimension. I stamped the sentiment from the set and cut it out by hand and adhered to the panel. Once finished, I adhered the panel to an A2 card base.


  • Lawn Fawn You Autumn Know stamp and die set

  • Lawn Fawn Stitched hillside die set

  • SSS cloud stencil

  • Distress oxide inks (colors listed above)

  • Lawn Fawn tube glue

  • Copic Markers: Mice E35, E34, E31, E02, R20

  • Leaves Y15, Y17, Y38, R24, R39, R89, G07, G09, G19, YR04

  • Scotch Foam Tape

  • Neena Solar White classic crest cardstock

  • SSS cardstock in Green Leaf

I hope you enjoy this card as much as I do! It was so much fun creating with these cute characters and making a scene with them! Thank you again to the wonderful Lawn Fawn company!


Ann Nicole

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