Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week: Wish You Were Here

Hello! I’m back with another project for Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week.  Today we are featuring the new set Wish You Were Here.  This is a great set for scrapbooking especially if you like to travel. But it also makes great cards too. 🙂


I may have had a slight moment of crazy when I thought it would be good idea to paper piece all the states together.  But I stuck with it and like how it turned out in the end.  I used the 3×4 stitched journaling card die to cut a piece of kraft card stock.  Then I stamped it with brown ink using Woodgrain backdrops and inked it with tea dye distress ink to darken it up.  I cut the two smaller stitched clouds from the Spring Showers dies and covered them using my Wink of Stella clear glitter pen which is a little hard to see in the photograph but just a bit of shine.  I used the Let’s Polka papers for the paper piecing and the striped background.  The background piece has some distress ink on the edges to define them a bit.  And, I finished it off with some of the new Cloudy Lawn Trimmings Twine.

Be sure to visit the Lawn Fawn Blog for more projects with this fun set!


18 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week: Wish You Were Here”

  1. you are a ROCK STAR, Chari! this is amazing! from the woodgrain stamped panel, the cute clouds, to the painstakingly paper-pieced states, this card is STUNNING!!!!

  2. Dude!!! You paper pieced all of those states?!! You're incredible! And totally right – the end result of the card is brilliant!! I love the polka dotted states! And this is my most antipacated set of the release!! (If I had to choose! Ha ha!) love your card!

  3. <3 <3 <3 your card!! Wow! Fantastic!!
    Saw it on the LF blog yesterday …totally blown away by those beautiful colors and the paper piecing! wow! wow! wow!! wowzers ! 🙂 😉

  4. I just got this stamp set and the first thing I thought when I saw how tiny those states are that you cut them all out! I had to come back to your blog post to give you more props!


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