10.23.2012

Hero Arts + Lawn Fawn blog swap week! Day 2

Hello, everyone! We have an awesome treat for you this week! Lisa Spangler from Hero Arts and I are switching places! That's right! She is creating for our blog, and I am creating for the Hero Arts blog. Lisa is one of the sweetest people on the planet, and we absolutely love our friends over at Hero Arts, so I think we are going to have a blast!
After you check out Lisa's gorgeous project, make sure to head on over to the Hero Arts blog!
Also, in case you missed it, check out our first day post here
We are putting the happy in happy holidays with the swap, and Lisa's card does just that! I absolutely love how she made the card look like a present! Too clever!

From Lisa:
I was inspired by the paper in the Fa-La-La paper pack to make a card as a present! I trimmed a base card to make the present, leaving enough room to perch Winter Owl so that the card would still fit in an envelope :)

Then I cut a little slit in the fold of the card with a craft knife so that I could tie the Retro and Peppermint Lawn Trimmings around it! Love! And another little tip, to really make the trimmings pop, I added strips of white behind them -- just like the presents on the paper! :)

For the hearts on the tag, first I colored them with a white gel pen, then I went over them with frosted lace Stickles.

Absolutely adorable!! I cannot wait to make a card just like this one! Thank you so much, Lisa! You are the best!
Make sure to head on over to the Hero Arts blog, and say hello!


Other supplies:
white gel pen
Frosted Lace Stickles
hole punch
Hero Arts Pool paper
Copic markers (R24, R22, R32, W1, W5, Y21, Y17, E35, E13, E31)

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

55 comments:

  1. Love it guys...need to get me that owl !

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  2. Totally love this!
    Really awesome card!
    Also like your tag & giftbox on the Hero Arts blog!!
    TFS

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  3. oh my that is a cute concept turning the card into a package!

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  4. So fun! I love that you were inspired by the paper pad and the way you trimmed the card so the owl could perch on the top. So fantastic! Thanks for sharing here at Lawn Fawn. This week is tons of fun. :)

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  5. Lisa is the reaskn I found LF, love her!

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  6. Lisa's cards are "owl"ways adorable! :) LOVE the present!

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  7. Lisa, I love this present card and the adorable owl, perched on top!!

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  8. This is adorable Lisa! Love the owl perched on top of the card-so cute.

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  9. Very cute present card! Love the owl perched on top.

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  10. The owl perched on top is adorable. :) perfect placement and tying of the Lawn Trimmings too!

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  11. LOVE that owl sitting on the card, so cute!

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  12. Super cute card! Thank you for sharing.

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  13. So incredibly adorable! Lisa totally rocks! :)

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  14. So adorable !! I just love the little owl.

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  15. So adorable !! I just love the little owl.

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  16. Adorable card! Did you see this lovely card made from Lawn Fawn stamps?
    http://www.kwernerdesign.com/blog/?p=8903

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    1. Isn't that card gorgeous?! So in love with it!

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  17. Lisa, I love the way you wrapped up your card like a gift - so fun! And that owl is adorable! Looking forward to both of your videos tomorrow! :)

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  18. OMGosh! That is just ADORABLE!! I'm so in love with owls at the moment!!! Thank you so much for the inspiration :-)

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  19. LOVE LOVE LOVE that OWL ! Adorable card !

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  20. Love the little gift look and the sweet owl is the finishing touch. He's in my latest order - can't wait til he arrives!

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  21. I just LOVE this cute card! Such a clever way to add dimension to a card, and I love the way Lisa combined the twine...just darling!!!

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  22. Gorgeous card, love the strips of white tip!! The trim really does pop!

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  23. I love this card! It is just adorable! This just gets better and better each day and I'm loving this team of Lisa and Kelly. Lawn Fawn and Hero Arts....that's a good combo too!!!!

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  24. So very cute! I always love the cards you show, and your amazing stamps!

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  25. this card is adorable, love how the owl sits uptop. great use of the twine for the ribbon and bow on the package card. thanks for sharing.

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  26. Super-duper cute! Love that he is sitting on top of the card!

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  27. cute card - like a present!

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  28. ADORABLE Card Just Love this Sweet Creation!!!

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  29. Love all these cards. So much inspiration. thanks. Love Lawn Fawn stamps and paper collections.

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  30. Love this whole card, but I am crushing on the owl big time! Each day I find something new to add to my ever growing wish list, thanks Lawn Fawn and Hero Arts for all the inspiration!

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  31. Lisa all your cards were amazing but this one really stole my heart. Wow. Love the gift box idea with this ever sweet birdie on top. Your so imaginative. Thanks for sharing. Love the use of all those strings.

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  32. Aw! So cute! I love that the owl is perched on top. So creative!

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  33. GORGEOUS card!!! This lil owl set is just so versatile--I LOVE it!!!! :D

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  34. Love the "present" card, Lisa - darling owl!!

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  35. This card is so Sweet! What an extra touch with the owl at the top edge. I'm going to try this. Thanks for such a great inspirations. I love that the card is a package too. It's so fun. Thanks for a chance to win some goodies. Happy Holiday Crafting!! ((crafty hugs))

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  36. Fun and really cleaver wrapping of the card!!!!

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