Fawntastic Friday #22

Hello lovelies!

Today we’ve got another Fawntastic Friday for you. I’ve really been loving seeing all your wonderful projects shared around the net!

Big congrats to Mariko @marikobrown for being this week’s Fawntastic Friday feature!

I love the way she incorporated the June kit into her pocket style layout. Beautiful!

Congrats again, Mariko! You have won a $15 gift card to the Freckled Fawn Store. Please email Doe to get hooked up with your gift card prize! doe@freckledfawn.com

A special thanks goes out to everyone who continues to share the Freckled Fawn love. Keep creating and keep sharing! You might just see your project here next week.


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June Sketch Layout by Odessa

Hello lovelies! Odessa here!

I was so inspired by the May/June Freckled Fawn sketch that I reworked it using the June Embellishment kit.You can see the sketch & play along below!

I decided to translate the sketch into a Traveler’s Notebook spread. I always print TOO MANY pictures for my weekly spreads so I like to keep the extras for when I feel like having some fun. I like to think of my Traveler’s Notebook as my scrappy sketch book. It’s a place where I can have fun, experiment or do whatever! I don’t do a lot of traditional layouts, but I have a great love of collage so it’s a great way to put the two together.

I kept the basics of the sketch intact – two pictures laid horizontally across a strip of paper on top of another strip. Since the sketch was specific to the May kit, this is where I had to get creative! Since the kit was so summery I decided to do a spread with a summery feel about getting going (in flip flops of course).

I used a word chipboard to the right of the photo in place of the washi strip along with the fun flip flop resin piece instead of the chipboard star. Up above I decided to add in those amazing acetate number pieces (I love that the kit comes wth 3 of each!!!) to go with the get going theme I had going on along with some of the cute enamel hearts. I added in some ephemera and voila! All fancy!

Below I used one of the word washi strips for the title and then finished it off with some simple journaling. And that’s how I translated the May Sketch over to the June Kits with a fresh summery feel.

I hope you will give the sketch a try! Click here to play along.

Have a lovely day!


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Swing Swing Layout by Sami

Hello lovelies!

Sami here, with a June kit layout to share. I really love the fun colors of the June kits, and they worked beautifully with the layout I created.

I made this two page layout as a project life/traditional scrapping hybrid of sorts that I like to call the cheater method. I incorporate a ton of photos into my album, by including pages such as this. And I love having traditional pages mixed in with project life style pages in my album. I do this by adhering all my project life style spread directly down to 12×12 cardstock so I don’t have to worry about all the different pocket pages being mixed in with 12×12 pages and having to put certain types of pages on the front and back. This gives me the freedom to create whatever style page layout on each side of the page.

On the traditional page, I decided to put the acrylic phrase directly over the photo because there was a lot of extra space in the photo. I really like how it looked over the photo.

I used a couple of the cute washi borders: one near the top of my photo & one down the right side of the layout. I also added a few of the little enamel hearts to the layout.

Last but not least, I added my favorite cork scallop at the bottom edge of the photo & layered it with one of the chipboard phrases from the kit.

These are among my favorite photos of my little girl (who is now 2) when she was a tiny baby. I kept the spread very simple, but the June kit really made it beautiful.

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a lovely day!



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South Carolina Layout by Candace

Hello friends! Candace here!

Today I am so excited to share my first layout for Freckled Fawn as a design team gal! For today’s double page layout I used the June Embellishment Kit along with a few extra goodies from the shop. I wanted to document a recent trip my husband and I took to South Carolina together in a grid style layout. I used a digital grid template from Ali Edwards to place my pictures into the layout.

I printed out all the photos at 3×3 and laid them on two 8.5×11 sheets of card stock. Next, I cut up various journal cards from the Adventure set of journal cards to add a bit of color and design to the spread.

I wanted the spread to stay pretty clean and simple so I went light and intentional with the embellishments.

I chose to use the chipboard word strips as my main embellishment. I was happy to see that the word strips matched the photos perfectly!

I love the perfectly shaped enamel hearts and added one on top of the “adventure” card to add a little more color.

I used the cork letters to symbolize “SC” for South Carolina. I love how the cork compliments the navy blue on the card.

I chose a few pictures and cards around the spread to pop up to add a little more interest and dimension to the spread.

I added my journaling on a 3×3 card in the lower right hand corner to bring the whole spread together! I love the whole spread and how it came together easily with the accents and cards from the shop!

Thanks for stopping by today! Have a beautiful day!



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Card Trick Process Video by Jen

Hello lovelies! Jen here bringing you a process video. I created today’s project using the June Embellishment kit. This kit has such fun, bright colors in it. Watch how I put this layout together in the video below:

Watch on YouTube

Have a lovely day!


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Hello Summer Layout by Niki

Hi there! Niki here with you today with a summery layout with lots of washi!

I loved the bright summery colours on the washi sheets that were included in the June Embellishment kit & planner kit. They are such fun patterns. I wanted to re-create the look of the whole sheet on my layout so I placed them all along one side of my layout. The colours and patterns really pop against the white card background. I added a few more strips to other parts of the layout and then added stitching detail with both straight stitch and zig-zag stitch on my sewing machine.

I added a doily and my photo and then had some fun adding embellishments. I backed the wood veneer sunshine with orange paper so that the words appeared orange.  I used some of the circle washi stickers and a few circles and hearts cut from patterned papers. I built up the embellishing by adding chipboard words, those fantastic flip-flops and I cut up tiny shapes from one of the washi strips and put them individually onto my layout – with the white background of the washi, these look like rub-on transfers! They were the perfect tiny embellishment that I was looking for.

I love how bright and summary the layout turned out!

Thanks for stopping by and happy scrapping!


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Week 14 of Project Life by Jennie

Hey Everyone! Jennie here!
In this post I am sharing a Project Life spread using the June Oh Deer Me Kit with some pieces of the May Oh Deer Me Kit.

I am crazy about word stickers! The June kit comes with the Summertime Chipboard Phrases and they are very versatile!

To journal I used number stickers in the photos and I wrote the journaling in 2 cards using my typewriter.

These Yellow Puffy Script Alphas Stickers are perfect! My favorite Freckled Fawn Alphas ever! They also come in white!

I knew this card would be perfect for this popsicle Resin Shape and I added a Enamel Heart Sticker for extra fun!

The black scallop washi tape pops out of the project life card and the enamel dots are perfect little details to add a visual triangle.

These Acetate Frames so whimsical and perfect! I used the Tombow MONO Aqua Liquid Glue to glue them since it’s a clear glue and once it dries you can’t really see it.

The Summertime Washi Stickers Sheets are perfect to layer! On top I added White Foam Stickers. They are really cool and also come in black!

To glue the sunglasses Resin Shape and the Acrylic Picture Perfect word I used the Tombow Xtreme Adhesive.

Check out the process video to see how I made this spread! I also have a quick unboxing of the June Oh Deer Me Kit!
Thanks for visiting my blog! Take Care!

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9 Favorite Maker Faire Memories Layout by Megan

Hi everyone, it’s Megan! I have a fun pocket spread to share with you today!

I immediately fell in love with the acetate number die cuts in the June 2017 Freckled Fawn Kit. I thought they’d look great on a pocket page, so I decided to make a page documenting my favorite 9 things about last year’s Kansas City Maker Faire! I wanted to have plenty of room for journaling by the numbers, so going with a pocket page protector with 4×4 pockets was perfect: just enough room for 9 number / journaling cards and 9 photos!

I alternated the cards and the corresponding photos to create a checkered pattern. I also made things a bit more interesting by varying the placement of the numbers, which I stapled on.

It was hard to narrow down to just 9 things I wanted to write about for the event. I pulled all of the photos I wanted to use first, then I moved them around and grouped them by common themes until I had nine photo groups. This made coming up with my 9 favorite memories from this Maker Faire much easier!

If you’d find this method overwhelming, you can also write a list of memories first, then look for photos that correspond to or could represent those memories. This could also help you narrow down which photos of an event you’d like to use if you have trouble choosing.

To add more color, I used a washi sticker on one side of each card. I decided which tape to use after placing my numbers and deciding where my photos would go, which helped me to get a good color and pattern balance across the page as a whole.

Next, I added a chipboard phrase sticker to each photo / photo collage.

This is one of my favorite events each year, so I’m so happy with this special spread for it.

Do you have a take on this top 9 idea? How will document your top 9 memories of an event or time period?

Have a lovely day!


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Ten Things Layout by Niki

Hi there Freckled Fawn friends! Niki here with you today with a bright and fun layout. Every so often I like to document things that my children say. Usually I ask them a series of questions and write down their answers, but this time I asked my daughter to tell me 10 things about herself. I loved the things she came out with!

I used the acetate numbers as the basis for my layout and arranged those onto my page first. I have never found a way to adhere acetate shapes to a layout without the adhesive showing through so I usually use small pieces of tape or glue dots and then place embellishments over the places where the adhesive shows through, so you will now know exactly where all my adhesive is hidden! Shhhhh, don’t tell anyone lol.

Once the numbers were in place I added three tiny photos and then set about embellishing. I used some of the washi strips and stickers, a few of the chipboard words, a unicorn sticker (at my daughter’s request!), the little ice lolly and some other bits from last month’s kit. I could then add in all the funny things she had said about herself. I wanted a few variations on how I wrote these, i.e. I didn’t want them all to be written directly onto the white card background, so I used some washi strips, some patterned paper strips and for some I did write direct. I used a photo pen to write onto the washi tape and once the ink had dried it was permanent so there was no possibility of it being smudged or wiped off.

Thanks so much for looking at my layout and see you next time.

Happy scrapping!


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DIY Planner Accessories with Kim

Hello lovelies,
Kim here!
I love to not only jazz up my spread but the planner outside itself.  Of course there is a bow in the June Planner Kit that you add to a clip to decoratively hold your pages together, but there are also some elements in this months kit that inspired me to make 3 additional fun things to pair with my planner this month.

The first thing is a planner bookmark pictured above.

The only additional items besides the  awesome pearl circle stickers is a hot glue gun and some embroidery floss or string of your choosing.  All you have to do is stick a pearl to the floss.  Then dab the tiniest of hot glue on it and face with another pearl of you choosing.

I did some alternating colors but you can do as you please.


The next is this cute planner charm.  Armed with a drill and a small drill bit I easily drilled a hole in 2 of the acrylic shapes and the wood veneer.  Using 3 jump rings and an alligator clasp to gain some distance from the “hello summer” sun I then connected the popsicle and watermelon with a small chain.

How cute did that turn out?!!?

The last accessory I made was using the washi strips.  Since the kit came with 4 sheet, 2 of each design, I thought I could spare a few to make a fun paperclip.

All I did was face three strips with the same design. So simple.

I then stacked all three, folded them in half to make a loop then threaded the loop end through a paperclip.  After putting the ends through the loop I pulled tight and then fish-tailed the orange strip with scissors.

Now you have some fresh ideas on how to make some fresh planner accessories using your fab FF kit!

Thanks for stopping!


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