Lawnscaping Challenge #13: Stamp a Scene Sponsored by Simon Says Stamp

Welcome Welcome! This week’s Lawnscaping challenge is so much fun… Stamping a scene is one of my favorite things to do! We are sponsored by the wonderful Simon Says Stamp!!! The winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to their store…..


I had a lot of fun with this challenge and pulled out a lot of Lawn Fawn stamps!

I used Liquid Applique on the sheep and lots of fun patterned paper.  I stamped the graph background in Versamark and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. I hope you like it and I hope it brought a smile to your face. Be sure to head on over the Lawnscaping blog and check out the Guest Designers and Design Team projects!!!!

Lawn Fawn: Say Cheese, Critters on the Farm, Admit One; Hero Arts Graph Background 
Other: Liquid Applique, Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Embosser, Twine, Copics

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  1. This is adorable! The sheep looks so fuzzy and the colors are amazing!

  2. Another awesome card!! I just love all of these patterns!!!! and the sheep’s wool – perfecto!!!

  3. This is so amazing, Laurel! Just look at the adorable sheep! I love the liquid applique for his wool. It adds such a great texture. Great job on this one, my friend!

  4. oh my goodness! this card is amazing! i just love the fuzzy-ness of the sheep and the bold color choices! it’s so happy! there is not one thing i would change about this card! thanks so much for sharing!:)

  5. Super CUTE! Love how your sheep turned out … looks very lifelike! ;o)

  6. The texture on the sheep is just so unbelievably brilliant! I have thought about flocking for that little sheep but it just doesn’t give it the fluffy texture of a sheep like this did. I love it! Love the embossed grid and the twine too, oh and the patterned balloons, yes it just wouldn’t be the same without them!

  7. What a sweet little sheep. Love those balloons too. 🙂

  8. What a super cute card. Love the texture on the lamb.

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