DIY: Craftroom Crush: Lawn Fawn “Good Fortune” Stamp Set

March 27, 2013

Craftroom Room Crush: Lawn Fawn Good Fortune | Damask Love BlogThe saddest part of my day is when dinner is over and there is no more eating for the rest of the day. Seriously.

I love food. So, so bad. All of it. There are very few things I won’t eat. For the sake of my waistline and overall health, though – I have to reign it in most days. But then there are always food-themed crafting supplies. Those don’t have calories. Win!

While I was at the Craft & Hobby Association Winter Trade Show in Anaheim, CA – I fell in love with this here stamp set by Lawn Fawn. Matter of fact, I named it my favorite stamp set of the entire show! I mean, let’s be honest: chinese food + stamps = a special kind of awesome.

As soon as the Good Fortune set arrived in the mail, I got to crafting…and came up with this. I’m not gonna lie. This is one of my prouder crafting moments. Twine as noodles? Yeah. I just wish I could eat it.

Craftroom Crush: Lawn Fawn Good Fortune Close | Damask Love Blog With some crafty cutting, you can easily replicate this design and turn the closed take out box image into an open one…

Craftroom Crush: Lawn Fawn Good Fortune Tutorial | Damask Love Blog

 

{1} Stamp the take out box image from Good Fortune on white cardstock and cut out.

{2} Cut apart all pieces of the flaps on the top of the box.

{3} Adhere the flaps as shown on another, complete of the take-out box

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I used Craft-A-Board on each of the images on this card to make sure they held up. Craft-A-Board is especially helpful with small embellishments like the chopsticks and box flaps. Just adhere your image to the Craft-A-Board before cutting it out.

Craftroom Crush: Lawn Fawn Good Fortune | Damask Love Blog

 

With all the pieces assembled, you add some yellow twine noodles to your card using crafting glue. I finished it off with a punny sentiment that looks a little like a fortune from a fortune cookie.

SUPPLIES:

Lawn Fawn Good FortuneEllen Hutson Craft-A-Board | The Twinery Marigold Baker’s Twine

33 thoughts on “Craftroom Crush: Lawn Fawn “Good Fortune” Stamp Set”

  1. This may be my favorite card ever! So clever. I enjoy your creations very much, but I do have a comment about your blog design. The light blue font color you’re now using is very light and hard to read. Would you please consider darkening the shade just a bit to make it more readable? Thanks for considering, and keep on rocking those stamps!

    1. Thanks for this feedback, Francie! I appreciate it and you’re definitely not the only one! I emailed my web designer about this and we should have it fixed in the next couple of days so that the links are easier to read.

  2. Twine for noodles! What a great idea! And the best part, no calories! I can go for that. Love what you did with the take out box. TFS.

  3. Simply awesome! (oxymoron?) I love coming to visit you because I leave inspired! Thanks for all your how-to’s!

    Hugs,

    Carmen L

  4. Brilliant and oh SO creative!!! I think I’m going to have to get this set!! I have a similar stamp set but hey, one cannot have too much chinese “food”, can they?! 😉

  5. This is where the magic happened that Thanh and Amber met! Haha awesome to see you using this set. Clever use of the twine. Totally high-five moment!

  6. Absolutely adorable card, Amber! I love how you created the Chinese noodles…you are too funny…and soooooooo creative!

  7. Hi Amber!
    OMG… Your card is so SO ADORABLE! You always have the most creative ideas! Using twine for the noodles and actually creating the take-out box flaps to open….so brilliant! Thank you for sharing your awesome ideas…I’m always inspired by your BEAUTIFUL projects. Have a wonderful day! 🙂

  8. You are one funny, creative lady– your posts and projects have so much joy… (and cleverness and great design)…. It’s always nice to visit Damask Love for inspiration and giggles.

  9. Your creativity is endless, Amber! This makes me want some Chinese food…now. Love the calorie-free twine noodles and clever box details.

  10. This is cool! I saw Emily Leiphart do this trick with the box on a video a couple of weeks ago – the noodles are a neat addition.

  11. You are SO creative!!! I love how you used the twine for the noodles and how you thought to have noodles on the chopsticks!! VERY cool!!

  12. I’m a newbie and I’m falling in luv with your site!! Beautiful card and yes, we have ‘champagne tastes’ and we know how to give it a ‘wine twist’ with crafting duplicates! Thanx so much

  13. I love sushi and have been looking at the stamps and framelets and yet could not think of ideas on how to use them. Your ideas are fantastic and thank you for sharing your talents with us all.

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