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    Woodland Critter Hugger Hedgehog

    Hello Creatives!

    Today I am sharing a few projects I have created for Valentine’s Day using the Lawn Fawn Woodland Critter Huggers die set again! I love it soooo much!

    Anyways this time I wanted to try a hedgehog. I played around with some ideas until I finally figured out I could use the antler die (within the set) to use for the Hedgie’s spines, that’s the spiky part.

    So first I took the main body trimmed the ears so they weren’t so pointy. Then I die cut a bunch of spines. Using a piece of copy paper I traced the body, so I could lay out the spines around the outer side of the body just to gage how many spines I would need. I then used liquid glue so I would have some wiggle room to move the spines around.

    After this was completed I added the belly, face, nose, eyes, cheeks and then added a sentiment from Lawn Fawn’s How You Bean? Conversation Heart Add-On Stamps (Luv U).

    This one actually when the arms are closed it reads, “Luv U” and when they open it says, “This Much”.

    Here is what I came up with…

    hedgie1
    Luv U
    hedgie2
    This Much
    hedgie card
    Luv U This Much

    Here is another version of the hedgehog… I used the same Woodland Critter Hugger die also, used, Lawn Fawn’s Sending Hedgehugs Stamp.

    hedgie V2
    Hedgehog Version 2
    hedgie V2b
    Sending Hedgehugs

    And it wouldn’t be complete without a very special, blue hedgehog to add to this list!!

    sonic
    Sonic

    Thanks for stopping in!
    Bye for now!
    XO, Jennifer

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    How to Turn Woodland Critter into Cute Ponies

    Hello Creatives!

    Sorry it’s been a long time since I’ve been on here but I’ve been sick off and on this winter. Now I’ve been trying to get my creative mojo back!

    Anyways today I am excited to share a new project with you. I am using Lawn Fawn products from their winter release, Woodland Critter Huggers (dies) and a few other dies as well. This is a versatile set! They have all the critters they came up with on their website but when I saw this die set, an idea snuck up and I wondered if I could pull it off.

    My daughter is a big fan of My Little Pony and was excited to see the new movie. So, I thought I would just try to figure out a way to make this critter die set into the ponies…

    I used the Lawn Fawn Watercolor Wishes 6×6 Paper Pack and Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid: Rainbow Petite 6×6 Paper Pack along with white cardstock for each pony and die cut them out. I used LF Narwhal & Friends die set for the unicorn horns and, once each pony was complete I used LF Stitched Party Banner die set using white cardstock and then adhered the ponies to the banner. I also, used LF Scripty Friends die because all the ponies together create the power of friendship! I have watched the show many times with my daughter!

    Once complete, I added the pony’s cutie mark to the front of the banner or to the pony. I also, added other embellishments such as sequins and used the Spectrum Shimmer Clear marker. I added a ribbon to put them all together they look like they are holding hooves! Anyways in case you didn’t know who is who, from left to right:


    apple-jack
    Apple Jack

    pinkie-pie
    Pinkie Pie

    rainbow-dash
    Rainbow Dash

    twilight
    Twilight Sparkle

    rarity
    Rarity

    fluttershy
    Fluttershy

    Apple Jack (Yellow Orange, Cowgirl Earth Pony)

    Pinkie Pie (Pink, Happily hyper/party throwing Earth Pony) – This is totally my daughter!

    Rainbow Dash (Blue, Sporty Pegasus)

    Twilight Sparkle (Purple, Princess Alicorn)

    Rarity (White, Fashionista Unicorn)

    Fluttershy (Yellow, Shy nature loving Pegasus)

    Anyways I think I pulled it off! I hope you like them! Let me know what you think. Who’s your favorite My Little Pony?

    Thanks for stopping in!

    Bye for now!

    XO, Jennifer