Friday, May 16, 2014

MPC Lawn Fawn Challenge

Hello, all and happy Friday! This week I am so so excited to announce that I have been selected to be a member of the brand-new Mountain Plains Crafters design team--my very first design team ever! YAY! You might have noticed all the cool logos off to the right over there--those are our super awesome sponsors: Unity, Lawn Fawn, May Arts, Graphic 45, Fancy Pants...what else could a crafter ask for?!

To kick things off, MPC has a way cool new challenge starting today; all you have to do is create a project with a lawn or a fawn...of course, this challenge is being sponsored by the ever-awesome Lawn Fawn! The winner gets a 6x6 paper pad AND a stamp set of your choosing...that's one sweet prize! 

Here's what I came up with for the challenge...


I am so loving it! It was a little out of my comfort zone, but that's the fun thing about challenges...they challenge you! ;)  The sky was done with Distress Inks (Faded Jeans and Broken China), the lawn and fawn were cut on my Explore and the sentiment is from the Unity March 2014 KOTM. And how official-looking is that cool MPC logo down there? ;)

Now it's your turn to play along and try for a seriously awesome prize. For real. I wish I could win it. ;)

Click below for the challenge post and let's see those lawns and fawns! ^_^






8 comments:

  1. Adorable card and I love the sentiment you paired with that cute deer! Congrats on your first design team!!!

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words, Crystal! I am so excited to be on the MPC DT! :)

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  2. Did you do the calligraphy on the card? I am so in awe of people who can write neatly in those various fonts. I loved the design on the card too.

    Bev
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    1. Boy, I wish I did, I'd have some serious talent, haha! ;)

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  3. You really have great taste for making these cards. This is so lovely!

    --ioana

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  4. utterly adorable. i really think the saying goes well with the fawn. thanks for sharing your creations


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    1. Thank you for taking the time to visit, Rhonda! :)

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