Today I have a card featuring the Lawn Fawn Bugs and Kisses stamp set. First, I created a background with these adorable little images. When creating a background, it is a good idea to choose a stamp set that had large, medium, and small images so you can create balance on your project and fill up empty space with the smaller images. Second, I traced the lines with a Sakura Glaze pen in clear ink. You could just heat emboss them with a clear embossing powder. After the ink was dry, I used fingertip sponge daubers and Distress Ink to color my images. The Glaze pen resisted the color so the black lines were still visible after applying the Distress Ink. What a cute background! Third, I matted my background image with black cardstock that had been trimmed with a victorian edged blade to give more interest to the card and make it a bit more fancy. Fourth, I adhered the panel to my card-base, which was a pre-cut and folded card from a set I purchased at Michael’s over the holiday. You can find it on Amazon too. Fifth, I cut out the word hello using the Hero Arts Stamp and Cut “Hello” set from another card of the same color which I can use to make a second card after removing the die cut from it. I matted the colored hello die cut with a black hello die cut to create a shadow for the word. This makes it more defined against that busy background. Finally, I heat embossed the bottom sentiment, “love bug” in black embossing powder. You can find a list of supplies below the YouTube video. I am an Amazon affiliate. Enjoy!