You’re a Legend – Lawn Fawn + Copic card tutorial + video

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The ‘Lovable Legends’ stamp set from Lawn Fawn is seriously one of my favourite sets … it speaks to my inner geek 😀  Today I was just playing at my desk, and decided this gorgeous Perfectly Plaid ‘Ivy’ pattern paper was just begging to be cut into … so I’ve gone with a teal/lime/white colour scheme.  There’s a video tutorial at the end of this post, but let’s look at the ingredients first.

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Card Base – A5 white cardstock (folded in half)
Stamps – Lawn Fawn ‘Lovable Legends’
Die – Lawn Fawn ‘Ocean Wave Borders’
Pattern Paper – Lawn Fawn, Perfectly Plaid ‘Ivy’
Cardstock – Teal (8.5cm x 8cm), Lime (8.5cm x 5cm) + white (8.5cm x 13.5cm AND 8cm x 2cm)
Plain vellum (8.5cm x 6cm)
Double-sided tape + vellum adhesive
3mm Teal satin ribbon (20cm)
Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
Ranger Archival Jet Black ink pad
Scissors
Craft knife / ruler / self healing cutting mat
XPress It Blending Card
Acrylic block OR Misti stamping tool
Copic – G12, G02, BG13, BG15

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This card definately classifies as CAS (Clean And Simple) … and I did do a few things while the camera wasn’t rolling (I blame half my family being home unexpectedly resulting in distracting video game gunfire!).  I cut the top edges of the lime cardstock, teal cardstock and vellum using the Lawn Fawn ‘Ocean Wave Border’ dies.  Each piece was cut with a different die from the set (lime/large, teal/small, vellum/medium).  I also placed adhesive on the card front adhered it to the reverse side of the pattern paper, then trimmed it down using my large scissors.  Now … here’s the video … I hope you enjoy this tutorial, maybe even share it with a cardmaking friend 🙂  Have an awesome day!

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