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Be Hap-pea adorable stamps from Lawn Fawn, in three easy Peasy ways to make a card.

Cards Diecutting dies Ink blending Jo Summers jo-annescreations Lawn Fawn Stamping stamps

Hi There Crafty Friends,
Well its Wednesday, so its my turn up on the blog today. I've been on a week off from my day job.
 This meant I had plenty of time to play with the Hap-pea stamps from Lawn fawn. 
They remind me of the kids show a few years back, called the Poddingtion Peas.
I had ask the boss (Katrina), to let me know when these cute stamps were coming in.

Once I started playing I became a bit hooked on these little pea's.

PRODUCTS

Be Hap-pea Stamps by Lawn Fawn

 https://www.bumbleberrys.co.uk/products/be-hap-pea?variant=21414912229458

Be Hap-pea dies

https://www.bumbleberrys.co.uk/products/be-hap-pea-lawn-cuts?variant=21414912262226

On The Jar Card I used How You Bean? stamps

https://www.bumbleberrys.co.uk/search?q=how+you+bean

Alcohol Pens
Masking Paper
Various Inks for the Background
Vellum
White Embossing Powder


Card One


Randomly stamped and coloured a very quick and easy card.

Card Two


Mask off one third of the card. Then blend a few colours of inks to create your background.
Stamp and colour your images. Stamp your sentiments. Add your images in a design,this creates the next quick card.


Card Three

This last card involves masking, and stamping. I also used the, How You Bean Jar  Stamps by Lawn Fawn.
 


Stamp the Jar image.


Stamp again on Masking paper


Cut out the middle


Place it over your stamped image.
 

Then make a mask for your peas.
 I used a stack of five post it notes and cut them all at the same time.


Cut out the pea mask.


Stamp your pea's and us the mask to fill in the areas.


Pick out the faces for your pea's.


Stamp on their faces.


Then colour your pea's.
I used Alcohol Markers.


On vellum stamp and emboss the sentiment, Your Sweet.


I then added a pea image that i had left over from Card Two.


So as you can see I have really enjoyed playing with this set.

I hope you enjoyed popping on over.
Happy Stamping
Jo
xxx




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