Lawn Fawn Critters in the Forest | Copic Coloring

Lawn Fawn Critters in the Forest


Hey crafty friends! I’ve been on a kick lately to reach into my stash of crafty supplies and pull-out stamps that have not seen the light of day since they were bought. You know those that you had to have, then you bought, and never used. We all have them.

Don’t get me wrong, I love new release items but there’s a little issue of space and money to consider at this point in my crafty journey. Long story short, I personally need to be very particular about the new items I purchase and revisit some of my older crafty goodies to create with.


Lawn Fawn Critters in the Forest


I’m starting off with this gem by Lawn Fawn called Critters in the Forest. My favorite type of stamp is critters and these were super fun to color.

Copic Marker Combination

Pine Tree: G29, YG67, YG63, YG03
Fox: E09, YR18, YR07, YR14, YR12, E53, E50
Owl: E47, E44, E43, light E43, E41, YR18, Y35
Raccoon: W7, W5, W3, Light W5, W3, W1, W0
Hedgehog: E49, E47, E44, E43, Light E43, E52, E41
Tree trunk: E29, E27, E25, E23 Light E23, E21
Toad Stool: R29, R24, YR15, E44, E43, E41


After coloring the images, I used my ScanNCut to cut the images out leaving a small border. For the background, I die cut a piece of Lawn Fawn paper bag cardstock using the Stitched Woodgrain Backdrop die. Next, I added Vintage Photo Distress ink to give the panel some depth.


Lawn Fawn Critters in the Forest


I created a little scene for the front panel by ink blending Broken China and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink for the sky. Using Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide ink, I ink blended the grass and die cut the panel with Simple Grassy Hillside die.

To complete this card, I added all of the focal point elements to the front panel, stamped the sentiment, and adhered the panel to the background.

Stop by my Instagram to see the IG Reel on this card 

As always thank you so much for stopping by, until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!

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