COPICS Die Cutting

Lawnscaping Challenge: In with the old sponsored by Lawn Fawn


Hi there and welcome to another Lawnscaping Challenge! This week’s challenge is all about dusting off some unloved goodies you may have set aside and forgotten about! I love this challenge because I reached for one of my very first Lawn Fawn purchases ever! And to this day, this is still one of my most favorite sets…. Cozy Christmas (which now has coordinating dies). I decided to keep this card clean and simple!!! Don’t you just love all that white space and the pop of color from the adorable images??? It was hard to just leave it alone, but I did! I walked away, lol! And the cute little marshmallow?  Who doesn’t like a toasty marshmallow. I added some liquid applique to it and heated it with my heat gun. BUT, I kept my heat gun on it for extra long… Until it started to brown… Now I want some smores. Whose with me?


Oh, I discovered a gorgeous brown ink I am in love with. It’s the color Toffee. It’s a Versafine pigment ink so I could have heat set it if I wanted to. I love the color! And the name, lol.

I hope you’ll head on over to the Lawnscaping challenge blog and check out what the rest of the design team made! The amazing Lawn Fawn is the sponsor of this challenge and the winner will win a free stamp set of your choosing!


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  1. Shirley says:

    LOL cute card.

  2. that little guy is sooo cute!

  3. Love your CAS card! Just my style, gf! And love what you did with the marshmallow…too cute!

  4. Maggie B says:

    Hi Laurel ~ Such an adorable CAS card! Love the toasted look to the marshmallow and the pop of color in the lower portion of the card front. It always feels like visiting an old friend when we pull out a dusty old stamp set. Very well done.

  5. Mary-Anne V. says:

    So sweet.

  6. What an adorable scene! The colors and coloring (and color names) are perfectly wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing!

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