Hello there Crafty Friends!
I am so excited that two of my most favourite things are doing a collaboration, and it is finally time to share the exciting news! Lawn Fawn and Chibitronics have paired up to create a fun card kit and there is the most darling little robot stamp that is sure to light up your life!!
Join me and the team over on the Chibitronics blog this week as we showcase lots of projects made using Lawn Fawn products and some using the exclusive Robot stamp and die included in the kit.
For those of you who feel a little daunted by using LEDs on your cards, this kit is perfect, because you get some circuit templates included with the kit. Perfect!
I have two cards to share with you today! Let’s jump right in! This first card has been made using the template in the kit, and it features the ‘Eggstra Amazing Easter’ stamps and dies. Aren’t these bunnies so cute!?
I kept my colour pallet to fresh, almost pastel colours – ideal for Springtime! I used some blending brushes to add the soft ink feel to the grass and sky, and I used a foam blending tool to add the lavender around the edge.
I grabbed the ‘Push Here’ stamp set and also the ‘Fancy Scalloped Rectangle Stackables’ to help me create this card. I love the lacey feel created by the scalloped borders all around. When you press down on the button, the two pink eggs light up! Such fun!
I actually made this card during my weekly ‘Come Craft With Me’ LIVE stream over on YouTube. Every Friday at 9pm UK time, I turn on the camera and get crafty! I love chatting to everyone, answering your questions and following your suggestions! If you fancy taking a look and watching the video on replay, feel free to head over and check out the video. Better still why not join me LIVE and join the fun!
Let’s take a look at my second card, this time I made it using the Lawn Fawn ‘Love Letters’ set. I ADORE this set! So cute!
For this one, I wanted to create a light-up mechanism that operated with a pull tab, and I decided to make the letter the pull tab! I used the arrow from the ‘Push Here’ stamp set to show that the letter can be pulled upwards!
Et voila! A little secret message is revealed and what’s more, the phone screen illuminates! So fun!
As for the card, I used the large and small rectangle dies and did some partial die cutting to create the two panels on the top and bottom. I added soft colour with distress oxides and a blending brush and then added hearts using a SSS stencil and a foam blending tool.
Don’t forget to check out the Chibitronics blog for more information on the kit, for details on how you could win a crafty prize, and of course to see other fantastic projects made by the Design Team.
Happy Crafting my lovelies!!