The Lawn Fawn Chameleon Blog Hop Day 3

We hope you are enjoying this blog hop as much as we are, is is so much fun to see what our friends as Lawn Fawn are creating along with our own team. Today we have our team member Ilina sharing the cutest Christmas tree decoration ever!

 

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By Ilina Crouse

Supplies: Chameleon Pens Deluxe set, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Lawn Fawn Toboggan Together stamp set and die set, Lawn Fawn Snowy Day stamp set, Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders dies set, Buffalo SnowFlakes, circle dies, 80mm clear plastic ornaments, May Arts ribbon, Neenah White card stock, Simon Says Stamp Lake Shores ink pad, Hero Arts Green Ombre ink pad.

Directions:
1. Stamp images on white card stock and color with Chameleon Pens
-Color the penguins using the Black and Cool Gray pens. Infuse each one with toning medium for about 10-15 seconds and color from left to right, do the same for both penguins.
-Color the feet and beak using the Seville Orange pen. Infuse the pen for 2 seconds and color each feet, then do the same for the beak.
-For the sleigh use the Bark pen and infuse it with the toning medium for about 3-5 seconds then color the sleigh.
2. Die cut all the images.
3. Cut 80mm circles using and one scalloped circle for the backing of the ornament.
4. Using the hillside borders cut the circles to create layered look.

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5. Stamps snowflakes on the uncut circle using Lake Shores ink pad.
6. Stamp trees with the green ombre ink pad and die cut.

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7. Layer images using dimensionals.

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8. Add buffalo snow flakes in the center of the scene and adhere the half dome ornament.

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9. Add ribbon around, add bow on the top and make hanger for the ornament.

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Now Ilina got so carried away with all the Lawn Fawn goodies that she couldn’t resist creating another project for us today, we just love this little snow scene.

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Supplies: Chameleon pens Deluxe set, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Lawn Fawn Toboggan together set and dies, Lawn Fawn Snow day stamp set, Lawn Fawn Let’s Bokeh In The Snow petite paper pack, Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders dies, Neenah white card stock, Red twine, Versamark ink pad, Hero arts white embossing powder

Instructions:
1. Stamp images on white card stock and color them.
-Color the penguin using the Black and Cool Gray pens. Infuse each one with toning medium for about 10-15 seconds and color from left to right
-Color the feet and beak using the Seville Orange pen. Infuse the pen for 2 seconds and color each feet, then do the same for the beak.
-For the sleigh use the Bark pen and infuse it with the toning medium for about 3-5 seconds then color the sleigh
-Color the Reindeer using Bark, Hot Cocoa, Fawn and Cool Gray pens. Start with the Bark and color the body and head (infuse for about 15 seconds for the body and about 7 seconds for the head), then use your Hot Cocoa pen to color over it (without infusing it), so you achieve darker color. Then color the eye area using the Fawn pen and infusing it for 6-7 seconds, and lastly the antlers and feet with the cool gray by infusing for 1-2 seconds.

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IMG_47622.Die cut all images.

3. Cut 4″ x 5 1/2″ piece from the patterned paper, stamp sentiment in versamark and emboss with white embossing powder.
4. Cut two 4″ wide pieces of white card stock and die cut with the Stitched hillside border dies to create the snowy scene.
5. Adhere white layers to patterned paper panel using dimensionals, then adhere the images and add the twine.
6. Adhere the whole scene/layer to white card base ( 4 1/2″ x 11″ scored in half).

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Now why not hop over to our friends at Lawn Fawn and also to Ilina’s blog for a bonus project,  but before you go we have a give away! We have a 5 set of Chameleon pens up for grabs! We will add names to the draw over the hop week. So how do you enter?…..leave a comment each day at the bottom of this blog and sign up for our newsletter (sign up can be found near the top of this page on the right). The competition will remain open until Midnight GMT on the 1st November and we will announce the winner on the blog some time in the near future.

So hop on over to our friends at Lawn Fawn now to see some more inspirational creations here.

LAWN FAWN

ILINA CROUSE

Here is a sneak peek at Ilina’s card on her blog

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40 Comments on “The Lawn Fawn Chameleon Blog Hop Day 3”

  1. Pingback: Project: Stamped Snow Globe Ornament – Stamping

  2. Robin B.

    What a fun, creative way to make an ornament! I love that it’s a snowglobe and the penguin card is really cute with the stitching.

  3. Kathy JH

    Just watch several of your tutorials – very interesting pens. Can’t wait to try them out. Love today’s ornament and card – so cute!

  4. Lynn Gauthier

    That Ornament is over-the-top! And, the card is just too Stinkin’ Cute! I LOVE the deer pulling the penguin on the sleigh. Brilliant!
    Fabulous coloring and backgrounds. Well done!

  5. Jackie E

    Great colouring techniques. I’ve never used markers before, only pencil crayons, so these give me good info on what to do. 🙂

  6. TracyM #6773

    CUTENESS GALORE 🙂
    WOW – Ilina – LOVE your SUPER CUTE images, PRETTY stitched layers and FABULOUS designs!!!
    Your ornament is a SPARKLING DELIGHT => THANK YOU for sharing your RECIPE FOR AWESOMENESS!!!

  7. Kathleen

    I think this Christmas ornament is my favorite inspiration piece so far! I just love it! I want to make one!!
    Thank you Lawn Fawn and Chameleon Pens!

  8. c

    The ornament (I so want to give it a shake and watch the ‘snow’ fall) and card…beyond adorable! Yet again, the Chameleon Pens and LF ‘marriage’ looks like a ‘happily ever after’!
    ~c

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