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Xyron & Lawn Fawn

Hello! I'm extremely excited about his week's collaboration between
XYRON & LAWN FAWN
We swapped out products to show how well the two companies' work together,
especially when you're dealing with small pieces such as die-cuts!

 Look how cute!
I adore the way this adorable card turned out.  
I've used the Lawn Fawn "Year Five" Die and Stamp Set
which hosts an otter and birthday sentiment.


 is filled to the brim with the cutest stripes, dots and mini hearts in beautiful colors.

I first stamped the image onto Neenah white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink.

Okay, so I kinda cheated a little when coloring in the otter!  I used the chisel
tip of the GG1 Spectrim Noir alcohol marker to color in and shade.  I like how 
the long strokes of the marker give a seamless color.

I hand-cut the otter out and then used the matching die to cut a white background for it.
All pieces, and the strip of wavy water that I cut out, were ran through the Xyron 5"
Creative Station Lite.  The 3" Permanent Adhesive Refill was placed into the machine.

 I also used the 3" Permanent Adhesive to build my card bases and adhere them together.

Finally, I cut an A2 cardbase and adhered the finished piece to the front with the 
The otter is holding a present, which is also a part of the stamp and die set.  
The sentiment was then stamped in the same Memento Tuxedo Black ink along
the bottom "grassy" area of the card :)


 You will find more fun ideas on the Xyron Facebook Page!  
And please visit Lawn Fawn too and check out their awesome products
(although, you're probably like me and all ready familiar with their cute stuff!)

Comments

  1. What a super cute card! Thank you for sharing :)

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  2. Your card is so super AWWWWdorable!!!! Love how it made me smile AND I really LOVE XYRON's products and Lawn Fawn's too - match made in heaven!!

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  3. So sweet Shellye. This looks like such great set and I LOVE Xyron!

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  4. I like all the different patterns of payer used. And, I like that you used a xyron to turn the images into stickers to attach to the card! I'm gonna remember that tip!

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  5. Such a cheerful, fun design! Teaming Lawn Fawn with Xyron is a perfect combination!! Two excellent companies that promote excellence in products for crafting!

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  6. Awww, this is so adorable!! LOVE!!!

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