Hi everybody! Two more Reveal Wheel Die cards today…I always am needing boy cards! Grandsons Henry turned 12 and Corrin turned 9 in July! Growing up fast!
The Lawn Fawn Screen Time stamp and die sets worked for both boys! I stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black and colored with Copic Sketch markers. The background on this one is Distress Oxide inks, Tumbled Glass and Gathered Twigs. Lawn Fawn plaid pattern paper.
Linking this card to the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 35 – Coffee, Tea and Treats (treats in the window)
and Seize the Birthday – anything goes birthday
My next card is the same stamp and die sets from Lawn Fawn with a piece of woodgrain pattern paper for the floor, I drew in some more lines so the planks weren’t so wide, then using a black calligraphy marker I went over the top edge to get the look of baseboard trim. I used the drink, chips, pizza and popcorn bowl in the windows of both cards.
Distress Oxide Twisted Citron is the wall color.
The Reveal Wheel Cards are so easy to make with the die set… Lawn Fawn has really good videos to walk you through it. I don’t do the step anymore where you pencil in where to put the sentiments on the circle. I just stamp one sentiment, turn it and stamp another directly across from it, turn it and stamp the other two sentiments just by eyeballing. It’s really easy to get them stamped right.
Both are A2 size cards and mailable! yay!
Thanks for stopping by today! I’ll be back soon with more Memory Box and poppystamps!
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15 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Screen Time Reveal Wheel Birthday Cards…”
This is stunning, like the wheel design and all your details. Enjoyed catching up on your blog. I haven’t been by in awhile as when I try to come to your blog from the e-mails I get a pop up and it takes me to a strange site.
Oh what cute boy cards – I’m not such a good eyeballer – I need to know where to stamp it – maybe a little OCD coming out. Will be looking for this set.
Neat finding stamps that are the interests of these guys! I can’t believe
they are already 9 and 12!! I like how you were able to use same stamps
Yet individualize them ..
So adorable Pam – love these!!!!
Those are PERFECT boy cards! Great job coloring too! 👍🏼 I need to get that wheel die. So many different uses! Ugh. I need a third job. 😆
I got to play with those dies at Junkie fest … I may need to add them to my collection. You’re rocking them.
Fun, fun! I love the sentiment and the floors on both. Clever to draw the extra lines on the paper. I’ll have to remember that as I have some wood grain paper that seems too large a pattern for A2 cards. You’re always giving me ideas. I just love the little arrow with this die set.
How fun are those, I know some kids that would love these, Terrific coloring and highlighting!
Another cute wheel!!!
These are so adorable – I love the little treats in the reveal wheel window!
Oh my gosh, this card is the cutest! Love those video game images, and I think I “need” this stamp set. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Seize the Birthday, Pam!
this is SO CUTE! those video gamers are adorable!! i honestly, feel SO inspired!! thank you SO much for playing along with the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge! 🙂
What great boy cards! I always have trouble coming up with boy cards! These are adorable! Thanks for sharing!
Sorry I’ve been MIA, but wanted to come by and tell you how cute this card is! You always make me want to get crafty – just wish I had energy and time to do so. Very cute, dear friend!
Grandma did it again! Super birthday cards Pam, bet the boys loved them–I sure did!