Nov 14, 2013

Guest designer for the Lawnscaping Challenge Blog!

Hiya! I’m the guest designer for November over at the Lawnscaping Challenge Blog! Just love any chance to sit down and play with my Lawn Fawn goodies!

Lawnscaping sentiment challenge!

The current challenge is about using a sentiment, so I thought for a while about how to make a sentiment really stand out.  I finally decided to break out my peace love joy set and build a tree from all the awesome messages included in the set. Just love this set so much! Here’s what I cam up with:

Make a tree from sentiments by Lisa Spangler for Lawnscaping Challenge!

I jazzed them up even more by water coloring over top. I hand drew the trunk and colored it in.

And then! I couldn’t resist adding some sequins from the collection, too!

Make a tree from sentiments by Lisa Spangler for Lawnscaping Challenge!

I finished it off with some paper from the coordinating peace joy love 6×6 paper pad — the peppermint stripes just kill me!

Just love how this turned out! And! There’s still time to enter the Lawnscaping challenge — click on over here to find out more and see what the design team came up with! There are some fabulous cards using sentiments in creative ways!  The winner will receive a gift card from Simon Says Stamp, woo!

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Peace, love, joy,

9 Comments

  • I love this, Lisa! Such a gorgeous, creative design!

  • TREE-mendous card Lisa!

  • Wow what an awesome card. So unique and super cute!!!

  • Lisa, this is sheer delight! I ADORE your tree! Such a special card!

  • Love it! So clever and so pretty!

  • how awesomely creative!

  • What a great use of this stamp set! I love it!

  • What a fun and happy tree!!!

  • Super cute! <3

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Lisa Spangler and I like to make crafty stuff, eat donuts, and take photos. (Lots of photos.) Especially when hiking with by husband, J. More about me.

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