December Daily 2014 DIY using Lawn Fawn Papers and Dies

Hello Everyone

Today I’m sharing my December Daily 4×6 and 3×4 cards I created using 1/2 package of the Lawn Fawn Snow Day Petite Paper Pack and some of the stand alone dies that Lawn Fawn has.  I used the Speech Bubble Border Die, the 4×6 Stitched Journaling Card Die set, the Stitched Journaling Card Die set, the Stitched Party Banner Die set, the Stitched Snowflakes Die set, the letter “r” for my front page is from the Louie’s ABCs Die set. I spelled “DECEMBER” using Finley’s ABCs. The “daily 2014” is stamped using Clark’s ABCs.  The snowman is from the Making Frosty Friends Stamp Set and Die Set.  The penguin and the chunk of ice are from Winter Penguin Stamp and Die along with Critters in the Arctic stamp set and die.  Finally for my front page I used the Scripty”JOY” die.

The whole thing was quite easy to do and though I did use a lot of different Lawn Fawn sets you can make do with less and get beautiful results and satisfaction in creating your own unique December Daily album with products you can use all year round for the most part.  With the basic stand alone dies and Alphabet stamp sets you can create beautiful pocket style/Project Life layouts all year.  These Lawn Fawn dies and Alphabet sets have become my go to dies when I what to create Project Life (and December Daily) layouts.  You can also use them for Card Making, Traditional layouts and 3-d paper crafting projects too!  They are well worth the investment in purchasing them!
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Hope I have inspired you to create your own December Daily cards for your album or even to try and incorporate these amazing dies and stamps into your other paper crafting projects.

Thank you for stopping by and Happy Scrappin’!

mandy1
Mandy Reedyk
Design Team Member for Scrapbooks By Design

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