Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Using Lawn Fawn to create background paper... my entry for the challenge

Lawn Fawn is having a challenge and I thought I'd take the challenge.
Here's my entry...
So, I took the Lawn Fawn Summer watermelon set and stamped my line of ants in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Then I stamped the large ant (from the set) in Green (Hero Arts MidTone).  I used Copics to color the little watermelons and cut them out and glued them to the background paper.  The background paper is white but I used "Pumice Stone" ink pads to color up the edges and make the paper look worn.
The image is one I got at a stamp convention 13 years ago.  I believe the company is Inky Antics.  I love this moose.  I colored him with Copics. The ribbon is from Michaels $1 bin.

The die cut is from Paper Trey Ink stamped with a Hero Arts woodgrain stamp and the sentiment is from Scrappy Moms Camping sentiment set.


  1. Wow Naomi, your card is fantastic! Love everything about it. Great coloring too!

  2. I love how you mixed the different sizes of ants, and layered the intensity of the ink for each - fantastic! Thanks for playing along with us at lawnscaping!

  3. cute card...!! love your coloring. Thank you for playing with us at Lawnscaping


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