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Adventure Awaits




Hello! Hello! I am back again with Lawn Fawn's adventuring Car Critters and the new Car Critters: Road Trip Add On. This little set reminds me about all the times we went camping and fishing with our boys. Those sure were some good times and many memories were made.


I thought it would be fun to create my scene in a snow globe, so I used the Magic Iris Snow Globe Add On for the base of my card.


For the scene inside the snow globe, I used Mowed Lawn and Twisted Citron and the Hillside Stencil for the grass. The Mountain Stencil and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide to create the mountain range. As usual, I used my favorites - Cloudy Stencil and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide for my sky.


I used the On The Road die to make the road and then cut it down to fit. I used the Puffy Cloud Frames to fill in a little bit of the sky and to give it some dimension.


The critters and the car were colored with Copic Markers. I had really wanted to use the little fella with the sunglasses but he didn't have a steering wheel and I really wanted the other little friend to be reading the map, so I settled on the bear.



I wanted it to be dimensional so I built up the outer edges using the Stitch Circle Frames. I cut the snow globe again, using Light Brown Woodgrain Cardstock and them trimmed it to fit at the bottom. I used Fall Fling paper for the snow globe trim and the card background. I also put in a layer of acetate to help create the image of a snow globe. I could made this a shaker card but I didn't want to distract for the simpleness of the design.


The sentiment is Fur-ever Friends. Which was a gift with purchase on their Valentine 2023 release. This would make such a fun anniversary card or a card for that one friend that is so easy to travel with. I left the inside of this card blank, so I can decide whether it will be for an occasion or just a note.





Thank you for visiting. I hope you have some adventures this summer and make all kinds of fun memories.


Sandy






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