Lawnscaping have a challenge where you should try a new technique. This was perfect because I wanted to try to colour my embossing paste with acrylic paint, but I haven’t had the chance to try it yet. If you mix it really well, I can tell you that it worked perfectly! The good news is that I now have embossing paste i every colour, the bad news is that the kids acrylic paints is about to run out….:)

For this card I created my own stencil with a circle punch and a piece of scrap paper and masked off the Tim Holts dot stencil to create a perfect circle. I smeared the colored emossing paste on. I stamped and colored the images and cut them out with the coordinate dies. The dino have dots of enamel accent and glitter to make him even cuter. This card makes me smile, I just adore Lawnfawn stamps! 🙂

Take care and have a lovely week!





Challange: Lawnscaping, Virginia’s View Challenge, V’s SweetIdeas 


  • Stamp set and dies from Lawnfawn, Critters from the past
  • Memento black ink
  • Copics
  • Neenah Solar White Cardstocsk
  • Embossing paste and acrylic paint from Panduro Hobby
  • Enamel accents from Ranger
  • Wink of Stella Glitter Marker
  • Bakers twine from Sew Easy
  • Circle punch from X-Cut, 3 inch
  • Stencil from Tim Holtz

11 thoughts on “Dino-mite!!

  1. Virginia L.

    Hello Joanna! I love love your dotty background with the yellow embossing paste! You did a great job in keeping the paste smooth and clean (…something that is challenging for me still! ). AWESOME choice on using the LF stamps with this fun background! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View challenge! Hope to see more of your beautiful work in the future!

  2. Laurel

    This is absolutely adorable! I am in love with this. I love the custom embossing paste and I love love love how you added enamel and glitter to the dino! Thanks so much for joining us at the Lawnscaping challenge this week!

  3. Karin

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this – you bg and dino are WONDERFUL and work so well together! Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping.

  4. Elise C.

    This is so, so cute! That background looks awesome with the dinosaur and I really like how you colored the dino! Thanks for playing along with us at Lawnscaping!! 🙂


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