Hello friends! I love using the Lawn Fawn Scalloped Treat Box Add Ons to build cute scenes on cards as well as making adorable dimensional gift boxes! I combined components from several Lawn Fawn die and stamp collections for this adorable new home scene card. Shading and detail was added to the die cut pieces with Copic Markers.
V I D E O T U T O R I A L
Watch the creation of this new home doghouse scene card from start to finish below or click HERE to watch in HD:
The Scalloped Treat Box Dog House Add On was die cut from smooth white cardstock and Lawn Fawn Chili Pepper Cardstock. Shading was added to the white part of the house with Copic Markers in W00 and W3. The door for the dog house was die cut from Black Licorice Cardstock and "nails" were added with a black gel pen. Shading was added to the roof with R46 and R59. The bone from the Dog House Add On was die cut from smooth white cardstock and shaded with W00 and W3. "Home" from the Happy Village Stamp Set was stamped on the bone with black ink and the bone was adhered to the dog house roof.
The dog was die cut from smooth white cardstock and colored with E43, E44, E47, and R20. The nose and eyes were die cut from Black Licorice Cardstock and inlaid into the image. Hair bows were die cut from Sunflower Cardstock and shaded with Y19.
The bird from the Shadow Box Card Park Add On was die cut from smooth white cardstock and colored with Copic Markers in BG11, BG13, Y11, and YR04.
One of the Simple Grassy Hillside layers was adhered directly to the stenciled cloud background. Next the Leafy Tree Backdrop was adhered in place, then the dog house and dog dish. A smooth white cardstock frame was die cut from the Stitched Rectangle Frames and adhered over the Leafy Tree Backdrop and then the bottom of the frame was finished with another grass border. The dog, bird, and leaves were adhered as shown.
The sign from the Open Me Stamp Set was stamped on smooth white cardstock with Inkon3 Fade Out No Line Coloring Ink and colored in with E53, E55, and #57. A sentiment from the stamp set was stamped on the sign with clear embossing ink and heat set with white embossing powder before die cutting the image with the coordinating Open Me die and adhering to the card front as shown.
S U P P L I E S
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