• Lawn Fawn March 2013: Sharp Backdrops

    by  • March 20, 2013 • 1 Comment

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    Welcome back for another day of fun with Lawn Fawn’s awesome-pants March release! Today, we’re featuring another favorite of mine: Sharp Backdrops. Seriously. This set has already gotten a ton of use, namely here. With arrows and cool triangle patterns, what’s not to love? For my Sunshine & Smiles layout, I just wanted to...

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    Lawn Fawn March 2013: Daphne’s Closet

    by  • March 17, 2013 • 1 Comment

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    Happy St. Patty’s Day! While today’s post has nothing to do with the holiday, this Irish girl feels very lucky to be a part of the Lawn Fawn Design Team! The March release rules! By now, I think it’s clear that I have some serious love for Daphne’s Closet! You can see previous projects...

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    Lawn Fawn + Punky Sprouts: LOVE

    by  • March 4, 2013 • 1 Comment

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    I love mini albums. For me they’re sort of a hybrid between cards and scrapbooking: I’m all about the smaller form factor. So, when Lawn Fawn teamed up with Punky Sprouts (whose mini albums I’ve ALWAYS loved), I was so on board. (Soooo on board!) I chose to work with the Soul Sprout album,...

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    A Bit of Sparkle for February

    by  • February 23, 2013 • 0 Comments

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    Hi everyone! Today, I just wanted to share a few cards that I made during Clean & Simple Card Making 2. For these cards, I used Some cardstock, twine, and patterned paper from my January Studio Calico kit, Homey Patterns, from Hero Arts and BasicGrey, Daffodil Delight and Pool Party Classic Stampin’ Pads, and...

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    Lawn Fawn: Introducing Pink Lemonade

    by  • February 17, 2013 • 1 Comment

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    Yesterday, we talked a bit about Lawn Fawn’s Pink Lemonade and how great it works with Summertime Charm. Today is all about the Pink Lemonade collection on its own! These papers are so beautiful and layer so well, they lend themselves beautifully to an eclectic style of scrapbooking. You get a fun mix of...

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    Lawn Fawn: Introducing Summertime Charm

    by  • February 16, 2013 • 6 Comments

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    I can’t even tell you how excited I was when Lawn Fawn announced this set to the design team. I’ve been wanting a cute mason jar stamp for ages, and with all the extras that Lawn Fawn packed into Summertime Charm, well, I’m tickled pink! My first project is a simple card with a...

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    Lawn Fawn Valentine’s Week 2013

    by  • February 2, 2013 • 1 Comment

    Lawn Fawn Kanga Valentine

    This week on the Lawn Fawn blog, we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day! After all, you have to start celebrating early when you have handmade valentines to create and pop in the mail. Am I right? For my creation, I went with the always adorable kangaroo from Critters Down Under, simply stamped on some graph paper...

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    Lawn Fawn Holiday: And a Partridge . . .

    by  • November 16, 2012 • 3 Comments

    And a Partridge Christmas Card

    … in a pear tree! I just can’t help but finish that line of the song whenever I think about this fabulous stamp set: And a Partridge! It feels very Scandinavian to me, and so that’s the direction I went with my cards for the final day of Lawn Fawn’s holiday extravaganza. Super random...

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    Lawn Fawn Holiday: Let It Snow

    by  • November 12, 2012 • 4 Comments

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    Hi everyone! Welcome to Lawn Fawn’s holiday celebration for 2012. Whoo hoo! This week, I’m sharing cards made with two different stamp sets, starting with today’s Let It Snow cards. This is one of my favorite Lawn Fawn sets. Who could resist those chevron trees? For this card set, I wanted to go with...

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    Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week: September 2012

    by  • September 25, 2012 • 0 Comments

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    I love this photo. It was taken on a cross-country road trip just as my friend Kelly and I crossed the border into West Virginia. The sun hadn’t quite burned off the night-time fog, so there was something a bit surreal about the whole thing. And then we cranked up “Take Me Home, Country...

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