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Lawn Fawn Snowball Fight Platform Pop-Up Interactive Card…

Hi everyone! I have an end of Winter card to share today!  Maybe an end to Winter… haha!

I made this for our youngest grandson’s 8th birthday…he loves the outdoors!

Linking to Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 144 – All Things Birthday

I started by making the platform pop-up. I LOVE Lawn Fawn’s interactive die sets!  They are so meticulously made AND made in the USA!  I have used this set so many times since I purchased it…best purchase ever!  It’s even easy to walk the kids through making it!

It always takes me a little time deciding what to use.  I made a set using Doodlebug Design stickers after seeing one of their design team members cards… So so cute!

Kelly from Lawn Fawn always makes excellent videos for walking you through construction too!  I was totally inspired by the LF team in creating this card.  The how to put the Platform Pop-up together video is HERE.

I stamped with Tuxedo Black Memento ink and colored with sketch copic markers.  White gel pen for accenting here and there.

For the snow hills I used the curved borders from the LF Shadow Box Card and Shadow Box Card Theather Add-on.  Trimming them to fit the front and inside.

The sign on the front is from the Berry Special stamp set and die set.

The pattern paper I used is from LF also… I don’t see it in the store anymore though.

I know I’ve shown this before in my other posts but I love how easy it collapses and fits in an A6 or A7 envelope!

You can collapse it either up or down!

The kids love it!  I love it! ❤

I hope you’re inspired to try it!  Thank you so much for stopping by twice this week!  I appreciate it!

Shopping links to the products I used to make this card… click on the abbreviations below the item to take you to a store!  Thank you! No extra cost to you! (I see some are out of stock but I left them in for when they come back in stock)

Platform Pop-Up Lawn Cut – Lawn Fawn
[ ACH | SBC | SSS ]
Platform Pop-Up Add-On Lawn Cuts -…
[ ACH | SBC | SSS ]
Lawn Fawn – Clear Photopolymer Stamps…
[ SBC | SSS | ACH ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies -…
[ SBC | SSS | ACH ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies -…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Copic Sketch Markers and Sets
[ BLIC | SSS | TE ]
[ SSS | ACH | STR ]
Hammermill WHITE 100 LB SMOOTH…
[ SSS ]
double-sided tape holder – holds…
[ STR ]
Scor-Tape; Scor Tape
[ STR | SSS | ACH ]
Honey Bee Stamps – Birthday Bliss…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Scrapbook Adhesives Crafty Foam Tape…
[ STR ]

11 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Snowball Fight Platform Pop-Up Interactive Card…

  1. So cute Pam! I bought this die set and the same stamp set…..waiting for me to use it! Ha! That’s where a lot of my stamps and dies are! LOL Cute card!

  2. This is so sweet! I love to play in the snow, as it seems, do these sweet little critters! Hmmm…I own these dies, but not these stamps – you never cease to make me wanna shop! Thanks for sharing!!!

  3. You make the cutest cards Pam! Your grandkids are so lucky to have such a thoughtful and talented grandma like you, wish I could have half your energy!

  4. This is the most adorable card – it is amazing to me that this folds down – brilliant design, and love love love how you used that pretty paper!!! As always, I’m in love with your coloring and how you add the highlights Pam!!

  5. Ack, so darn cute and so much fun!! Love that perfect snowball paper. So much action going on here! Very cool the way these collapse for mailing. This is totally fabulous and it gave me a big smile as I’m finally getting to see it. Thanks, Pam!

  6. Very pretty scene! I love the colors so much! Thank you so much for playing the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge!

  7. Really adorable scene and I love the color palette. Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawn Fawnatics!

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