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Lawn Fawn Star Shaped Cards by Amanda

Lawn Fawn Star Shaped Cards by Amanda

Posted by Amanda Wilcox on 2nd May 2020

To make these cards I started with a ton of die cutting. Here's a list to get you going:

  • From the largest of the puffy stars
    • 4 black stars
    • 2 white stars
    • 2 iridescent vellum stars
    • 4 white stars folded in half for the card base - crease line about 3/4 inch below the cut line
  • Take your white and vellum stars and use the puffy cloud borders to cut your clouds. You can get 2 from each star.

From here I actually adhered everything together then took the stars from Upon a Star and heat embossed them in the sky with silver embossing powder. This looked a little plain so I created a cloud mask and splattered the sky with gold and pearl watercolors. I love this now!!!

I stamped, colored and die cut the small fox and bunny from Upon a Star and popped them up with foam tape on the cloudy ground. Last, I pulled out my Lucky Stars sentiments and stamped them on two cards. Then for the other two I split the sentiments from Upon a Star part on the front and the large word inside the cards.

These cards fit in a standard A2 size envelope and mail with a regular stamp. But how much fun would it be to received these fun shaped cards! Such a small change makes a huge impact on your card.

Instagram: @twiddlersnook

Products Used:

Lawn Fawn Upon a Star stamps LF1407

Lawn Fawn Upon a Star dies LF1408

Lawn Fawn Puffy Star Stackables LF521

Lawn Fawn Puffy Cloud Borders LF915

Lawn Fawn Lucky Stars stamps LF514

Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink LF1302

VersaMark ink VM-001

Lawn Fawn silver embossing powder LF1538

Embossing Magic Pad I5847

Lawn Fawn Iridescent Vellum

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