You’re Tops!

This week’s Lawnscaping Challenge is to use a stamp set in an unconventional way.  Which I have to say really had me trying to think outside the box.  So here is what I came up with.

I used Lawn Fawn’s Bake Me a Cake set to create the circus platform for the seal from Critters in the Snow.  For the bouncy circus balls, I made the stripes using a stamp from “Bake Me a Cake.” The top little ball is the top of the rattle from the “Plus One” set and the stars on the middle ball came from that set as well. I colored the images with copics and added glossy accents for a final touch.

I can’t wait to see what others come up with for this challenge, it was a definitely a challenge indeed! 🙂

WOW! I’m a Lawnscaping Challenge Winner! Thanks! 

13 thoughts on “You’re Tops!”

  1. WOW Chari I love this! I had a similar idea for the current lawnscaping challenge, but I don't have the Bake Me a Cake set so it wouldn't have been nearly as cool!!! =) Great job this card is awesome!

  2. Chari, oh my gosh, great minds think alike! I have been wanting to do a circus seal, but I could not for the life of me, figure out how to make the little platform thingies! I would have never thought to use Bake Me A Cake! You're brilliant! And I love that you combined Plus One in there, too. Such a fun take on the challenge! Best of luck, and thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping! You've inspired me!

  3. Chari, this is amazing! I love all the sets you incorporated into this BRILLIANT card! To use the cakes as a platform and create balls with more images from Bake me a Cake and the top ball using the rattle? Brilliant! I LOVE the bright colors! You have totally inspired me Chari! This is fabulous!

  4. WOW, Chari! You are absolutely BRILLIANT!!! I totally LOVE what you've created with the LF sets. How clever of you to make an adorable "circus seal". So veryyyy cool! Your card turned out so fabulous! 🙂

  5. Wow, this is incredible. I've been working on something similar with the seal. And your card just knocks it out of the park. I love how you used so many Lawn Fawn sets together. I just love that the sets coordinate so well together, adn in ways we've not even imagined as you've shown here:)


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