Once Upon A Time

**This card is for the Lawn Fawn CHA and Winter Catalog Challenge 

Once Upon A Time

Once Upon A Time

For this whimsical birthday card, I used a dark cream card stock from The Paper Company for the base of this standard size card. I layered it with some Bazzill Plum Pudding card stock. I created a story using the Claire’s ABC. I used the castle and the frog prince from Critters Ever After to add visuals to my story. I cut and colored the stamped images with my Bic Mark It Markers.

On the inside, I stamped other sentiments from the set – make a wish & may all your dreams come true. To finish the card, I rounded the corners.

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No Matter What Day It Is, I Love You

**This card is for the Lawn Fawn CHA and Winter Catalog Challenge 

No Matter What Day It Is, I Love You

I Love You Everyday

I used a yellow card stock from The Paper Studio and made a 9×4 card. I stamped the owl from Critters in the Forest and colored them with Bic Mark It Markers. I used some of the occasion hats from Hats Off To You (birthday hat, graduation cap, witch’s hat, pilgrim/thanksgiving hat and a Santa hat) and attached them to the owl. I also colored the hats with Bic Mark It Markers. For the background, I stamped the fine chevron pattern from the Chevron Backdrops set. I finished the card off with a custom sentiment using Claire’s ABC. 

Critter Birthday Party

**This card is for the Lawn Fawn CHA and Winter Catalog Challenge 

Critter Birthday Party

Critter Birthday Party

For this card, I used some kraft cardstock from The Paper Studio and made it a 9×4 card. I used the very cute critters from Lawn Fawn’s  Critters in the Forest set. I colored them with Bic Mark It markers and used the smaller party hat from Hats Off  To You for each critter. I adhered the critters on a 1 inch strip of brown paper also from The Paper Studio. For the birthday banner, I used some plain neon computer paper shaped as pennants and stamped the letters using Claire’s ABC’s. Whenever you order from Lawn Fawn, they tie your order in a teal string (I save those), so I used that string to secure the banner and fastened everything with a gold brad from the office supply store. Finally, I rounded the edges for the finished look.