Hello lovelies! Today is the fifth day of my Lawn Fawn Holiday Series and I am waiting for you each day through December 7th with new video tutorial and crafty friend guest! I hope you enjoyed my previous post, if you missed my previous tutorials from this series check them out: DAY1, DAY2. DAY3, DAY4
Each day I will highlight a talented crafty friend who passionately likes Lawn Fawn like me!
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Today you will find a video tutorial on my YouTube channel about this silly, funny and shiny Christmas card, but before this I want to introduce you my first guest!
She is a very talented cardmaker and she handles pastel colors very well. I love her cute cards.I fell in love with Lawn fawn alpha dies and stamps because of her and I am very grateful that she have joined my series. Check out her card, it’s simply wonderful and be sure to find her on Instagram too. Thank you once again Grace!
Check Grace's Instagram: @allbygracec
And now let's return to my last shiny card.
In my tutorial I will use the Reverse Stitched - Scalloped Rectangle Windows and my favorite Cloud Borders! You can find all the used supplies down below. Check the photos then play the video :) Hope you will enjoy that! :)
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I used many Lawn Fawn products that I love, you can find my video tutorial here! Turn on the sound and enjoy :) You can find all the used products below. Affiliate links used at no additional cost of you! For more information feel free to ask me!
Hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Come daily to see my next video tutorial and my special guest! See you tomorrow!
Big Hugs, Mona
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