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Safari City Selfie – Lawn Fawn Wild for You


Safari City Selfie – Lawn Fawn Wild for You

Have you ever taken a selfie using a backdrop of a place you weren’t at? Or sometimes it’s just for a “better view” of that place? Welllllll these little critters wanted to pretend they were on vacation – in their selfie! It’s all colored on cream Neenah cardstock. Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.



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12 thoughts on “Safari City Selfie – Lawn Fawn Wild for You

  1. What a great idea. Your art is awesome as usual!!! So, so cute.

  2. I love love love this card – you always have these great “crazy” ideas – I love that!!!

  3. Your “free handed” scenes always amaze me! Well done!

  4. This card makes me smile. I love watching you create background scenes.

  5. So much fun! You had me laughing the whole way through! Love it and I might have to give it a try! I loved the way you created the jungle background! Thanks, Sandy! 🙂

  6. Such a cute card and an imaginative idea! I love the scenes you create for your stamped images. Such fun!

  7. That was so fun to see you create the scene! I watched carefully and want to give it a try. I learn something every time I watch and listen!

  8. This card is way beyond fantastic. So much fun!

  9. OMG! I am blown away by your talent. So, so cute. I would love to receive a card like this just so I can display it. Thank you for such great tutorial. God Bless!

  10. Great selfie! Who wouldn’t love to get a card like this – age makes no difference! And as always, Sandy, the tips you give while working on the card are just the best. Thanks.

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