Lawn Fawn: Plush Animals with Woodland Critter Huggers

The following plush animals were made using the Woodland Critter Hugger Dies from Lawn Fawn and few dies from the  Hero Arts Infinity Circles.  Below are individual pictures of what dies were used for each animal along with a close up of the each one.  The first animal I made was the Raccoon, which didn’t turn out the best, but I thought I would include it anyhow.


Dog: The ears are from the die that is meant for the eyes/face of the deer, fox, etc.  I also added in the addition of circle dies.

Owl: This one took me a little to figure out, as it was a pre-provided pattern.  I added the addition of circle dies for the eyes and stitched lines on the belly for added detail/dimension.
Deer:  This one is one of my favorites.  I’m looking forward to turning this one into Rudolph for Christmas Ornaments.

MFT Sketch Challenge #367: You Make me Smile Card


This is the card I created for this weeks Sketch Challenge over at MFT Stamps.  I stamped the images from MFT Stamps Warm and Fuzzy Friends in Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  They were colored using various Prismacolor colored pencils and blended with the blender pencil.  Since I was going for the “one layer” look, I masked off the stamped images and then ink blended the background using Salty Ocean and Mowed Lawn distress inks.  For the detailed edge on the blue background, I embossed it with a wood grain embossing folder.  For the final details of the card I added white stitched lines around the gray frame, applied wink of stella to the flames on the fire and marshmallow, and finally coated the flames in glossy accents.  Last but not least, I decided to angle the one end of the sentiment strip and round the corners of the gray Frame.


  • Prismacolor colored pencils
  • Prismacolor Blender Pencil
  • Wink of Stella Glitter Brush Pen
  • Glossy Accents
  • Gelly Roll White Gel Pen
  • Wood grain Embossing Folder
  • MFT Stamps: Warm and Fuzzy Friends
  • We R Memory Keepers Corner Rounder
  • Distress Inks: Mowed Lawn and Salty Ocean
  • Memento Tuxedo Black Ink

” You are Unforgettable” Elephant card, MFT Sketch Challenge: Sketch 366


As a part of this weeks My Favorite Things Sketch Challenge, I decided to use one of their stamp sets called, Adorable Elephants.  I stamped all of the images in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then used my Brother Scan n Cut to cut them out.  They were colored using various shades of warm gray’s and red violet copic markers.  They were then mounted onto a 5 1/4 x 4 inch purple piece of cardstock with foam tape.  To help ground them I cut a piece of green cardstock using the grassy borders die from Lawn Fawn.  To finish off the card, I stamped the sentiment in Delicata Gold Shimmer ink and heat embossed it with Classic Gold Embossing Powder by Nuvo.  The butterflies were covered in Wink of Stella Shimmer pen and the white stitched lines were added with a white Gelly Roll pen.


  • Lawn Fawn Grassy Border Dies
  • Nuvo Classic Gold embossing powder
  • White Gelly Roll Pen
  • Wink of Stella Shimmer Pen
  • Delicata Gold Shimmer Ink
  • Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
  • My Favorite Things: Adorable Elephants
  • Copic: W3, W5, RV52, RV55,  Y15, E93, 0

MFT Stamps “I Love Mew”

IMG_20171231_133750115The following card was made using the “I Knead You” stamp set from My Favorite Things.  All of the images, minus the sentiment and ball of yarn, were stamped with “Memento Tuxedo Black ink” and colored with various colors of copic markers.  The hearts were die cut with the “Layering Hearts” dies from Spellbinders and the border was die cut with “Fancy Scalloped Stitched Border Dies” from Kat Scrapiness.  The sentiment “I Love Mew” and ball of yarn were stamped with silver shimmer Delicata Ink and heat embossed with “Silver Tinsel” embossing powder by Recollections.  To finish off the card white stitched lines were added around the hearts with the Gelly Roll white gel pen, wink of stella to the fish and mouse images, and nuvo drops.

Congratulations Lily Card

Below is a Congratulations card I made for my good friend who recently got engaged.  I used the Lily dies from My Favorite Things and cut out the parts of the lilies in various colored cardstock.  The oval is die cut from the a stitched ovals by Lawn Fawn, and the strip along the side was cut at 1 1/4 by 5 1/2 and embossed with a border embossing folder by Darice.  The “Congratulations” sentiment is from Birdie Banners by Concord and 9th. Enjoy!img_20170205_125056_770