Hello everyone! Today I want to share some pretty little pillow boxes created using the fun pillow box die from Lawn Fawn. These pretty little pillow boxes were created with all Lawn Fawn products with the exception of the kraft cardstock and gems.
I used two different sentiments on the boxes,however,they are both from the tiny tags sayings stamp set.
Here’s a closer look.
The challenge over on the Lawnfawnatics blog this time is Flowers, floral, and foliage, so I thought these would be really cute.
Thanks for stopping by! Here’s a list of the Lawn Fawn supplies that I used.
Pillow Box Die
Everyday Sentiment Banners
Outside In Stitched Scallop Rectangles
Small Stitched Envelope
Woodland Critter Huggers
Tiny Tag Sayings Stamp
Ballet Slipper cardstock
Really Rainbow 6×6 paper pad
Lawn Trimmings #LF443
Hello everyone! Today I have some fun treat boxes to share using the amazing Graphic 45 Raining Cars and Dogs collection.
I used a fun little treat box die from Lawn Fawn as well as the cute add on die to make the boxes resemble a dog house.
I fussy cut one of the dog stamps and added it to the front of each treat box.
My granddaughter loves pugs so of course I had to create a little treat box with the pug stamp.
The dog house die add on includes a really cute dog bone tag. I die cut this from ivory card stock and tied it to the top using some May Arts black jute string. I added a fun little dog bone to the side of each box as well.
There you have it! Some fun pet themed treat boxes using the fabulous Graphic 45 Raining Cats and Dogs collection. Have a fabulous day!
G45 Raining Cats and Dogs Deluxe Collectors Edition
Lawn Fawn scalloped treat box die
Lawn Fawn Dog House add on
May Arts black jute string
Walut Stain Distress Ink
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun card using the brand new Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel Die set. Oh my goodness. This die is so fun for making great little interactive cards. I used a few different stamp sets for my birthday card.
I love the little dachshunds in the Happy Howloween stamp set and the Happy Howlidays stamp set. Here’s a close up of the front.
I used he coordinating stamp set for the Reveal Wheel die to stamp my sentiments on the wheel.
Well that’s my card! I’m going to enter this card into the latest LawnFawnatics Challenge. The challenge was guy cards. I thought this card would be fun for any guy young or old to receive.
List of Lawn Fawn Products Used
Reveal Wheel Die
Reveal Wheel Sentiments
Happy Howloween Stamp and Die
Happy Howlidays Stamp and Die
Elphie Selfie Stamp and Die
Really Rainbow Cardstock
Chili Pepper Cardstock
Gotta Have Gingham Cardstock
Hello everyone! Just wanted to share a cute little card created using some of my Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. I used three different stamp sets with their coordinating dies as well as three separate dies from Lawn Fawn also. Here’s a look at the front of my standard A2 card.
I love the fun little critters in the Lawn Fawn stamp sets. Here’s a closeup of my card front.
I love the little #Friends sentiment. I also added another sentiment on the inside.
There you have it! That’s my fun little card. This is also my entry for the LawnFawnatics challenge #29 – Inspiration Board as well as the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
Lawn Fawn products used
Stitched Cloud backdrop
Simple puffy cloud dies
Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frames
Simple stitched hillside border
Perfectly Plaid Spring
Wild for You Stamp/Die
Flamingo Together Stamp/Die
Hello everyone! What do you do when you need some quick graduation cards? Simple Stories Rad Grad collection to the rescue! I created three really quick and easy cards. Here’s a look at the first card I created using this fun collection.
This card measures 5-1/2×5-1/2. The base of the card is black cardstock. I added some layers of black and white behind the design papers to just separate the patterns. The sentiment on the front is one of the 4×4 cut outs from the collection making this card really quick. I used a gold glitter shimmer pen over the writing and stars. I left the inside of this first card blank.
I did use some of the design papers to finish off the inside.
For the second card I decided to create a fun gatefold style card.
I used another one of the cut outs for the focal point on the front of the card. Lots of layers with the black and white cardstock to separate the patterns. I had some gold star brads in my stash so I added those to the front as well.
I used the Happy, Happy, Happy stamp set from Lawn Fawn for the inside sentiment. I added another cute gold star brad to finish it off.
I decided to create a fun fold card for the third one. Here’s a look at the front of the card.
Again the cut out is the focal point on the front. I used a little star punch and add some black glitter stars to the upper left hand corner of this Z fold card. Here’s a look at the inside.
I used the same sentiment from the Lawn Fawn stamp set but this time I heat embossed the word “happy” with some gold embossing powder. A couple more black glitter stars and this card is ready to go!
There you have it! Three quick but fun cards for graduation.
Have a great week!
Hello everyone! I hope you had a great weekend. Today I want to share a quick card I created using some Lawn Fawn products. Here’s a look at my clean and simple card.
I just love this little sloth. I colored the sloth with Copic markers and added some white details with my gel pen.
I wanted a few more leaves so I used the Lawn Fawn die to add some around the circle opening. I used some white embossing powder for the sentiment along the bottom.
That’s my quick and simple card showcasing Lawn Fawn products.
Lawn Fawn products used…
Knock on Wood petite paper pack
Hang in There stamp and die set
Simply Sentiments stamp set
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun interactive card created with some Lawn Fawn products. I used the fun Pivot Pop Up die to create my card. I love how this card is just a fun surprise when opened! I also used some fun Lawn Fawn papers for my card. Here’s a look at the front of my card.
For the flowers I used the little flowers die.
I actually think everything that I die cut is from Lawn Fawn.
Here’s a look at the fun pivot pop up on the inside!
That’s my card! It was fun using my Lawn Fawn stash! They do have some adorable products! I love how you can mix and match the dies to create the perfect scene. I’m going to enter this into the LawnFawnatics Challenge. Have a great day
Lawn Fawn Products Used
Gotta Have Gingham 6×6 paper pad
Perfectly Plaid Rainbow 6×6 pad
Watercolor Wishes 6×6 pad
Pivot Pop Up Die
Grassy Hillside Borders Die
Little Flowers Die
Small Stitched Envelope – Thanks word die
Stitched Heart Envelope – scalloped rectangle die
Out of this World – sun die cut
Love Letters – stamped sentiment
Hello everyone! Today I have a fun little project to share. I am a huge Lawn Fawn fan and they have a really fun challenge blog. You should check it out! I decided to participate. The challenge was to create a set of cards with a box. Here’s what I created.
Here’s a closeup of the box front
I used the Lawn Fawn Pretty Poppy die for the flower on the front of the box. I die cut it in Ballet Slipper card stock also from Lawn Fawn.
My cards measure 3-1/4×3-1/4 square. I used some the Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Spring papers. I cut the plaid with their dotted square stackable dies. I stamped the Flamingo and colored it with my Copic markers. I used the Flamingo Together stamp set.
I created five cards with matching envelopes. The envelopes were created using the WeR Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board. The small flower on the front of the cards was cut with the Spring Sprig die from Lawn Fawn. The smile sentiment is from Lawn Fawn as well.
I added an extra little flower to the inside of each of the cards.
There you have it! That’s my project created for the Lawnfawnatics challenge blog!
I have a tutorial on my youtube channel for the box. You can find it here!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a quick and bright Easter themed easel card. I used some Lawn Fawn dies to create my project. The card measures 6×6 and is an easel card.
I used some fun bright solid card stock to die cut the eggs. I wanted them to match the rainbow striped background design paper which is also from Lawn Fawn.
I also added a cute little white picket fence to my scene.
Here’s a look at the card when it’s closed.
There you have it! Below is a list of Lawn Fawn supplies that I used to create my card. Have a fabulous weekend!
Lawn Fawn Really Rainbow 6×6 paper pad
Lawn Fawn White Embossing Powder
Lawn Fawn Happy Hatchling Dies
Lawn Fawn Chirpy Chirp Chirp Stamp Set