Hello and welcome! Today's card is for the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #131 "Change the Scene". So for this challenge I decided to use the Magic Picture Changer die set and the Oven Add-On, to make a Christmas card with the A Creature was Stirring and Baked with Love Stamp sets.
For this card, I started with an A2 sized card on heavy weight 110lb smooth white cardstock. Using Lawn Fawn's Let it Shine - Cream Sprinkle 'n Shine paper, I die cut two rectangular pieces using MFT A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX in the largest size. Using the same rectangular dies, I cut another piece of wood grain paper from Carta Bella "Letters to Santa" paper pack and cut it down to make a floor piece. Using a scrap piece of brown card stock, I made a wall trim piece.
For the magic picture changing oven, I die cut the oven from red cardstock and the small oven pieces, such as the handles, dials, etc from a silver mirrored cardstock. I die cut the oven elements from black cardstock and I cut the oven mitt from white cardstock. I cut the Magic Picture Changer from heavy weight smooth white cardstock and stamped the cookies and tray on it from the A Creature was Stirring stamp set. I colored it in with Copic markers.
I stamped the mice and baking items from A Creature was Stirring and Baked with Love and colored them all in with Copic markers. I die cut them from the coordinating dies and added some glitter gel to the top of the cake and the top of the gingerbread house and candies. I also added glossy accents to the holly berries.
I added a small piece to the pull tab in the same paper as the background so that it would match. I stamped the "We whisk you a Merry Christmas" sentiment from A Creature was Stirring on green cardstock with VersaMark Ink and embossed it with white embossing powder. I also used the same green cardstock to make the pull tab.
The little mice that Lawn Fawn uses in a lot of their stamp sets are just so darn cute! I also love all the extra little details they put into their stamps, including the small die piece to cut a slot in the mixing bowl so you can fit the wooden spoon or whisk in. I also love how you have different choices for what goes in the oven, including a loaf of bread or cookies that have been cut into different shapes.
Thank you so much for stopping by and Happy Crafting!