Cheery Christmas Card – Lawn Fawn + Copic + diecut inlay

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I didn’t want to believe it … but my calendar never lies … it’s less than 12 weeks till Christmas *gasp*!  So, since this adorable little reindeer caught my eye as I sat down at my desk, I thought it was time I got some Christmas ink happening!

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The pattern paper is a really old Chatterbox double sided design, double sided.  I rescued almost a full sheet from someone’s bin at a craft night earlier this year … told you I’d use it! LOL  The cardstock was with it (thanks for that convenient coordination!), so all I had to add was white Blending Card.  When you scroll to the bottom of this blog post you can view the video tutorial.

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Let’s have a look at the list of materials I used for this project.  If there are any that you would dearly (he he … deer pun) love to have in your craft collection, just message me and I will be happy to order them in!

Top Fold card base (1/2 A4 cardstock, cut down the centre long ways)
Pattern Paper + coordinating cardstock – stash diving!
Lawn Fawn – Cheery Christmas stamps
Lawn Fawn – Stitched Scalloped Border dies
Lawn Fawn – Large Stitched Rectangle dies
Lawn Fawn – Large Stitched Circle dies
Lawn Fawn – Winter Big Scripty Words + Frosty Fairy Friends (greetings)
Lawn Fawn – Just For You stamps
Ranger Archival Jet Black ink pad
Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
Craft Knife + cutting mat
Sizzix Big Shot
Mini Misti + acrylic block
Sticky notes
Bone Folder
Double sided tape + Tombow Monoadhesive
XPress It Blending Card
Copic markers: Lights – B45, B34; YG03, YG05; E08, E09
Deer – ears R01, R11; Body E55, E23, E57, E27

So … let’s get on with the show!

Signature for blog


  1. Kim Patterson

    Hi Dawn, Im sorry to be a pain but I am messaging you from here as I previously sent you an email on Saturday from your website and I am thinking you may not have received it as I have not had a response to my enquiry as yet. I am sorry to be a nuisance but I didn’t want to miss your next Lawn Fawn order. What is the best way to contact you and do you need me to re send my enquiry? Kind regards Kim Patterson.

    1. Dawn Lewis (Post author)

      Emailed a reply Kim … let me know if you don’t get it!


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