Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week--Ready, Set, Snow

Friday, September 18, 2015

Hello! Today I've created a fun shaker card for Lawn Fawn inspiration week--and we are sharing our creations using the new stamp set, Ready, Set, Snow--it's coordinating dies and a awesome Shaker Add-on, as well. I really enjoy using this stamp set to create cards because I think that the little snow globe image in this set is genius; and, you can also fit so many other images (from other sets) to create all different types of snow globes for year round cards. What a fun way to use this stamp set, right?!

To create this card I'm using the new Lawn Fawn paper--specifically the, Let's bokeh in the snow petite paper pack, the Ready Set Snow, stamp set, it's coordinating dies, the add-on dies, and a new scripty die, Let is Snow. So many fun products! These products are also already on sale and you can find them all by clicking here!

Thank you so much for stopping by and feel free to, click here, to view all of the other Design Team samples and view more details about this set!

Merry Christmouse, A Simon Says Stamp, Lawn Fawn Exclusive Stamp Set

Monday, September 7, 2015

I hope you're super about the Simon Says Stamp, Stamptember event that is taking place all month long! Not only that but they have also teamed up with a few of your favorite stamp companies and one of the companies they've teamed up with is our very own Lawn Fawn! You'll only be able to purchase this adorable (must have) stamp set from their website! You can, click here, to be directed to their website. This set includes so many adorable little mice images and matching little punny sentiments. Another great thing is that there are also coordinating dies available to make your paper piecing a little bit easier.

I have to say that my favorite image in this set is the Christmas Cheese, hehe! It a little mousy Christmas Tree made of CHEESE! How cute is that? When I first saw this stamp set, when it arrived at the Lawn Fawn headquarters, my jaw dropped because I had on idea it existed until I opened up the boxes full of these stamp sets and the first sentiment that came to me head when I saw the little Christmas Cheese was, "Oooh Christmas cheese, Oooh Christmas cheese." So I need to make a card like that in the future, hehe!

If you take a closer look at the card I made above you'll notice that I used dies to cut out the images from the oldy (but goody) stamp set, Cozy Christmas. Yes! LF has created dies for this stamp set and they are now available for purchase by, clicking here.

I also used new LF paper from the collection, Let's Polka in the Dark Petite Paper Pack--and the exact paper I used is the, Dracula Line Dance, which is also sold in individual packs of 12, you can purchase it by clicking here.

Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week, Thankful Mice, Small Stitched Leaves

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Welcome to another day of Lawn Fawn Inspiration! Today we are sharing our creations using the new mini stamp set, Thankful Mice, it's coordinating dies, and Small Stitched Leaves. This mini set is so adorable and I've said in the past that I just love Lawn Fawn's mini stamp sets because they put such cute images and sentiments all into one little package. This set would pair well with other sets, both in the new collection and with some old sets, to create some really cute scenes on cards. With this card, however, I thought I'd so something a bit simple--with the watercolor background panel and have the little mice standing on their little pieces of cheese. I also used some Lawn Fawn trimmings in the color, tangerine, and used the Small Stitched leaves dies to add a little accent to the card. For the leaves, the scalloped panel, and the card base I used Neenah environmental cardstock.

For a closure look at this set, an intro video, and more DT samples feel free to head over to the Lawn Fawn blog by clicking here. You can also entire a comment on their blog for a chance to win these new products!

Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week, Pillow Box Die

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Welcome to another Lawn Fawn inspiration day! Today we are featuring the new (and adorable) pillow box die. This die would be perfect used all on it's own BUT Kelly also designed some really fun add ons; such as, the new Peek and bat die, and the give a hoot dies. These dies can turn a simple pillow box die into a cute little bat--perfect for Halloween, and you could also turn an ordinary pillow box treat into a little owl. So cute!

For a closer look at what you can do with these dies you can head over to the Lawn Fawn Blog and check out Kelly's intro video, as well as all of the DT samples. You can even enter for a chance to win a prize!

Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week, Booyah

Friday, August 21, 2015

Welcome to another Lawn Fawn Inspiration week! I'm always super excited for LF's new releases and I'm always so happy to share my creations with everyone. When I created this card I couldn't help but do a watercolor background. I used two distress ink colors: Black soot, and Dusty concord. If you take a close look at the cardstock in back of that watecolored panel you'll notice a new shade from the Lawn Fawn paper collection (that will be shown in greater detail during inspiration week). This new stamp set, Booyah, is so cute and has so many different elements to play around with to create the most adorable ghost trick or treaters!

To view more about this stamp set you can head over to the Lawn Fawn blog by, clicking here, and you can also watch the intro video for this stamp set so you can get a few ideas! While you're at their blog you can also look at all of the other DT samples. I hope you enjoyed my card and I hope you have a great weekend. Happy crafting!

Pretty Pink Posh Product Release Blog Hop

Thursday, August 6, 2015

 Hello! Welcome to my blog--if you are stopping by from the blog of, Jeanane Jachna. Today is an exciting day because Pretty Pink Posh has come out with another great collection of steal dies. Paulina, has released: Stitched Speech Bubbles Dies, Storybook 1 Dies, and Twine and Bows Dies.
The stitched Speech bubble dies would be great for pairing with Lawn Fawn critters; or ever creating some speech bubble cupcake toppers for a party. You could also use these stitched speech bubbles dies as little windows in your cards and have a sentiment in one window with a little critter peaking out of the other. There are tons of possibilities for this this set.

I just love the Storybook 1 dies, set. I love how the stitching on the largest rectangle would work perfectly for crating a shaker card but it would leave an amazing stitched edge details on your cardstock and still have a window for your shaker. Much like the shaker shown below (the mermaid card), so you can image how awesome that card would look with stitched detailing around the boarder.

The twine and Bows dies has got to be one of my favs from this collection. I think it's so unique and I can definitely image all the things you could create with this set, especially for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. I really like that there are three different size bows, and I would just love how these would look on any project!
Now for the fun part! Paulina is going to give away two $25 gift certificates to those who leave comments on any of the blogs along this hop. The winners will be picked randomly and comments must be left by 11:59pm PDT on 8/9/2015; and, the winners will be announced on the Pretty Pink Posh blog.

Next on the hop is, Lisa Elton--Thank you so much for stopping by and if you get lost on the hop I have included the full list of blog participants!

The full blog hop list is as follows:

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Happy Crafting!

Designer Series with Mama Elephant, Friend Indeed

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Hello! It's Nicole Gavaldon here with another designer series blog post featuring the sweet stamp set, Friend Indeed. I just love all of the Mama Elephant sentiment stamp sets because you can use them in so many different ways; and, with so many different stamp sets, too. What I love the most about this set is the large hand scripted 'friend' stamp. I think it's so pretty and I can image stamping this in so many different colors but on todays project I'm simply stamping it in black ink because of all the different colors going on the background. I thought it would be cute to make the sentiment the focal point of this card and so I thought taking a smaller image from the set, Sunday Stroll, would work out perfectly--and I was right! 
Lately, I haven't been able to make a card without reaching for my distress inks to do some wild and free watercoloring, and while making this card I used the distress ink colors, Worn Lipstick, Spun Sugar, and Spiced Marmalade--on some Tim Holtz watercolor cardstock (my fav) and then die cute that out using a stitched rectangle die, and also used my favorite ME dies--the Femme Frames die set. I really can't get enough of that set I think it adds so much to my cards!
To finish the card off I added some Pretty Pink Posh sequins, in the colors, Metallic Gold, Sparkling clear, and Pink Blush. I just love how all of the colors came together and I can't wait to make more cards and projects with this great set, Friend Indeed.

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