Rub-a-dub-dub

Hello Everyone,

It was quite a busy weekend here, but I managed to squeeze in some me-time and coloured some cute critters from Lawn Fawn. I immagined a scene where ducks organise a picnic – I was totally inspired by Peppa the pig, which my kids watch every day at breakfast.

So I looked through my really big Lawn Fawn stash – which was a pleasure on its own – and selected stamp sets for my scene: Rub-a-dub-dub, Critters in the forest, Baked with love, Happy summer, Make lemonade, Butterfly kisses, Christmas dreams and So smooth. I coloured everything with Copic markers and cut out with the coordinating dies.

Then I took an aqua patterned paper from the Watercolor wishes paper pad as my background, and cut grass from a green toned one. I also die cut a Stitched Scalloped Rectangle frame from white woodgrain cardstock.

I assembled the picnic scene and stamped a sentiment from the Rub-a-dub-dub stamp set using black and Merman inks.

I adhered everything flat except for the mummy duck and the little duck on the side, for which i used 3D foam squares.

I covered the butterflies with a clear shimmer pen, added glossy accents to the beaks and legs of the ducks and emphasized their eyes with a black glaze pen.

I also added liquid glue to the bottom of the clouds and coated them with Chunky glitters. I also scattered a bunch of irridescent mini butterflies from Studio Katia.

I will upload this card to the Lawnfawnatics Challenge #50 Fun with food and the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Down on the farm.

I hope you liked my card today and will check back soon for more fun.

See you,

Zsofi

2 thoughts on “Rub-a-dub-dub

  1. Oh my! This card is so sweet Zsofia! What a cute take on this challenge, the whole scene is full of beautiful and fun details…I love the little duckies, butterflies and ants surrounded by delicious food! Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful creation with us at Lawn Fawnatics! -Grace

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