Hoppy Halloween

Halloween doesn’t have to be scary! Today, Latisha Yoast of Lawn Fawn shows you how to wish someone a Happy Halloween with a whole lot of cute!


Supplies | Stamps: Lawn Fawn (Hoppy Halloween, So Thankful, Belinda’s Borders, Hats Off To You). Cardstock: Bazzill. Glitter Glue: Ranger Stickles. Ink: Tsukineko Memento (Tuxedo Black), Clearsnap (green). Markers: Copic. Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (EZ Runner, White Foam Squares).

The bright elements in the festive scene on this card balance out the large use of white space. Sometimes not using space is as effective as filling it!

1. Cut/score card stock to create card base.
2. Stamp pumpkin & bunny images onto the card front. Mask them to create depth.
3. Stamp those images again onto white card stock, color in, cut out and set aside.
4. Stamp the border in green to create grass.
5. Stamp sentiment.
6. Stamp stars.
7. Adhere strip of orange card stock at the bottom of the card.
8 Adhere the paper pieced stamped imaged to the card using foam squares.
9. Add stickles to the stars.

If you’d like to see more of Latisha and Lawn Fawn’s other fabulous designers, don’t miss inspiration week starting Tuesday, Oct. 16th on the Lawn Fawn blog!

Latisha YoastDesigner: Latisha Yoast

Latisha Yoast designs for Lawn Fawn, Spellbinders and Card Positioning Systems. She’s been published in Paper Crafts, Stamp It!, and Card Creations, among other publications. She is also Copic Certified. You can see more of her work on her blog, A Busy Little Crafteebee with Latisha Yoast.


Lawn Fawn logoSponsor: Lawn Fawn

Lawn Fawn is a small company from Southern California that specializes in crafting products that are fun and lively. They began in March 2010 with the release of four stamp sets and now have a catalog of over 65 sets.  In 2012, they’ve expanded and added a paper line, stickers and twine to their offerings as well.

Lawn Fawn’s clear stamps are high quality photopolymer, and made in the USA. Their papers are FSC certified, made in the USA, and printed on 65# cardstock.

To learn more about Lawn Fawn, you can visit their website or find them on Flickr and Facebook, follow them on Twitter and read their blog.


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