Lawn Fawn Intro: “Schoolhouse Backdrops”

Hello and welcome to the second post of Lawn Fawn’s June inspiration week! We are just so excited about this week! We are featuring three stamp sets, and we will have fun posts and giveaways and lots of inspiration!

We already have one place you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!

AND today’s post too! 🙂

Today is our showcase of “Schoolhouse Backdrops”. This 4″ x 6″ set is perfect for creating backgrounds and texture! The design team has made the most amazing samples!  I also have a little video on the bottom showcasing some fun ways of using the set!

Remember to click on the person’s name or card to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love! 🙂

CHAN notebookcard
Chan‘s card is too sweet! I love her crumpled up notebook paper using Sophie’s Sentiments and Hello Friend as doodles! This is a great design that can be used with any sentiment!
Lea SchoolhouseBackdrops-LeaLawson
Lea‘s teacher card is just adorable! I love her notebook paper she created, and I love the way she “flagged” the end of the cursive writing stamp! She combined Sophie’s Sentiments and Smitty’s ABCs for the perfect sentiment!

Tiffany‘s flowers are just too cool! The tone on tone ledger gives them the most fun look! The cursive writing stamp going around the flower holder with the Quinn’s ABCs sentiment is the perfect touch!

Nichol‘s card is the sweetest! I adore her tone on tone ledger background and tone on tone notebook paper backgrounds on her die cuts. It creates the perfect amount of texture for her sweet On the Mend card. Isn’t that ribbon just perfect, too?!
TERI LF_June_Schoolhouse_Grad_te
Teri‘s card is such a cute graduation card! And how perfect is that twine and paper clip for adding the gift! Love it! The cursive writing stamp mixed with Smitty’s ABCs for a custom sentiment and My Silly Valentine’s apple make a perfect grad card!
Julie Thank You, Teacher
Julie‘s card is so sweet! I love the way she stamped the dotted line in red and the others in blue! Perfect! I also love the gift card holder on the front. Brilliant! The sentiment from Sophie’s is a great touch!
Nette DSC_0230
Lynnette has created the most perfect Dad card! These lines are great for masculine cards. I love the vertical stripes she created and the cursive lines are perfect for those grid letter stickers. Harold’s ABCs provides the perfect custom sentiment!
Tisha LawnFawn-schoolhouse-latishayoast
Latisha‘s card is so sweet! I love how the notebook paper lines are the star of the show! I also love the way she fit the My Silly Valentine sentiment on the actual lines. Those apples are just the sweetest, too!

Make sure you click on each of the design team’s names or pictures to go to their blogs and see the details of how they made their cards. You will walk away inspired for sure!

Now, I have a little video for you showing this set in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or at our You Tube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this sneak peek of “Schoolhouse Backdrops”. Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave a comment telling us what your favorite school subject was by June 15th at 10:00pm EDT, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set!

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Wednesday June 15th, at 12:01am EDT for our next sneak peek day!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week! Your comments, tweets, facebook and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys! 🙂 

Stamps: Lawn Fawn (Schoolhouse Backdrops)
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214 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: “Schoolhouse Backdrops”

  1. Love these background stamps!! My favorite subject in school seemed to cahnge as I got older. I loved Math always though! In elementary school my favorite subject was..RECESS!!

  2. I've always been partial to lit classes. I actually got a minor in English Lit because I realized I'd taken so many lit classes as electives, I only needed one more for the minor. LOVED my 400 level Shakespeare class… what's wrong with me?! 😉

  3. What a great idea! I love lines and squares. I always make and use those patterns on Photoshop. It's great to have a "hard copy" version too.

    My favorite subject was Math.

  4. This is a cute set! Just love all the inspiration that was made with them. My favorite subject in school was history.

  5. This would be such a fun set to use to get all my daughters school scrapping finished this summer!

  6. These are just fabulous!! What a beautiful video too!

    My favorite subject was English!! I was fortunate to have some wonderful English teachers too 🙂

  7. Cool set!! Hmm…do I have a fave school subject? Seems like a….ges ago.., probably Math I suppose, seeing I can still count..haha 😉

  8. This set is so versatile – love the card samples the DT created!

    My favorite subject in school was art! It was the most fun.

    Thank you for the chance to win!

  9. My favorite subject in school was probably Maths. I liked how there was a solution and definitive outcome to each problem. This is a great set! One of those I didn't manage to get. Thanks for a chance to win!

  10. Oooooh, I love the cursive lines….and the notebook…and all of them! =P My favorite subject in high school was chemistry. I've always been a bit of a science nerd. =)

  11. Ack, I had school house back drops as a "meh" stamp set and not on my list of Lawn Fawn wants. Now that I've seen all the cool things you did with it, I want it. lol Thanks so much!

  12. I was wondering what would this set do when I first saw it too! Now it seems so much fun and a must have! When will the Banner one and tiny backgrounds be back in stock? I am getting ready to place my order~ Thanks for the great design and ideas~ hugs

  13. My favorite subject while I was in school was Language Arts – I was a major book worm! Love this set! 🙂

  14. Yet another lovely set Kelly.May be I never saw it coming but I always liked Zoology, Botany and Chemistry could be cos I loved to draw and I was just too perfect in my Practicals…lol. Thanks for giving a chance to win.

  15. I have always loved math, and I taught it to kiddos for over 30 years. These stamps are so cool. I can hardly wait to try your ideas and come up with some of my own.

  16. i loved writing, so my notebook pages were always full of notes & doodling. so i really love these backdrops~ watching this demo gave some many ideas, thanks for the inspiration 🙂

  17. School House Rocks, keeps going thru my head! Probably because this school stamp set rocks so much! If I didn't love summer so much, this set would have me wishing for fall!

  18. These are amazing projects!! Thanks for the inspiration.

    I'm a total nerd….my favourite subjects were math and science (and still are LOL!). I *HATED* anything related to English and History

  19. Showing my age here….but my favorite subject was typing. Bookkeeping was my other favorite! Love this set…..

  20. You have such an amazing design team! These projects are AWESOME!
    My favorite subject was Art! =) A few close runner ups- Band and Math. Go figure.

  21. I really liked math – I liked being able to work out the right answer. Love the projects today – so cute! 🙂

  22. Great ideas for this set! I love music so my favorite school subject was Band. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  23. I LOVE the samples. I can't get enough of the notebook paper and ledger paper. A must have stamp set. I am a math and chemistry girl.

  24. What a great set!! My favorite subject was always Math. It wasn't my best by any means, but it continually challenged me which I enjoyed. 😉 Thanks for a chance to win!
    – April W

  25. In elementary school I always loved reading; in junior high my favorites were English and math; in high school and college I most enjoyed American History/Government/International Relations (polisci-ish stuff). Now? I teach it all to my kids and I love it! I LOVE this set! Thanks for the chance to win it! 🙂

  26. I Love the idea of creating my own lined background papers with this stamp set. My favorite subjects were Biology and Science, now I homeschool my kids and it's still my favorite subject. I also then and now enjoyed practicing my cursive handwriting. If am bored or on the phone if there is a pencil and paper around that is what you will find me doing practicing getting all my tall and short letters nice and even.

  27. As a former English teacher, and current newspaper editor, I feel like I have to say English, but in all honesty it was probably hanging out on the stage during drama classes!

  28. wow adorable cards from the DT memebers 🙂

    hmmm I think my fav subject was english and art.

    thx for the chances, you guys are amazing!


  29. I'm honestly so disappointed in myself. I have seen these backgrounds around the web & wasn't in love with them yet… I guess I didn't "get" it. WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME?!?!?!? They are clearly amazing!!!!

    I love every single project! Tiff blew me away with those flowers!!!

    You guys never – ever – disappoint! I love this set!

  30. Love love love your videos and all the ideas you provide!! I love the idea of this set vs. a big background set!!

    Does PE count as a subject?? That is what first came to my mind!
    Thanks for a great chance to win!

  31. My favorite class was Social Studies..I loved learning about other countries and cultures. In college my favorite class was an Iowa History class in which we had to research our genealogy relating to Iowa. My family were one of the first settlers here so I loved learning about it all.

  32. Hmmm. . .favorite or what I was good at? They aren't necessarily the same. I loved art classes of any kind when I was in H.S. and in college loved archeology classes.

  33. I love all the samples that the design team put out. This set is such a great "oomph" set…it will add so much to a project beyond the simple words and images that can accompany it. Well done again Lawn Fawn!

  34. Nice set!
    My favorite subject would be anything creative – arts, free writing. And also the last hour every friday that was called "fun hour" and we got to do pranks, and skits and whatever before we went home 🙂

  35. These are awesome!! My favorite subject in school was always English!! I have several friends who are teachers and I know they would love to use these on special projects! Thanks for the chance to win!! 🙂

  36. Being an Engineer…my favorite subject was calculus. I know, I know, not very exciting… 🙂 These stamps are so cute!

  37. Schoolhouse backdrops stamp set is going to be very useful for cardmaking and even scrapbooking. Thanks for a chance to win this stamp set.

  38. My favorite class was geology – LOVED it! This stamp set is in my cart, I have to have it, I have so many ideas in my head with how I'm going to use it. Great projects! Thanks for the chance to win!

  39. Love this set! Reminds me that I just finished elementary school! My favorite class right now would be art but I have many more years to think on!

  40. I am n love with this set already! I have like 3 things in my head right now that I want to create using this set and a couple other things I want to incorporate them into (one project I have sitting right now because I got stuck, this is gonna be perfect for!)
    As always… Would love to win, but will purchase no matter.

  41. I'll just add this set to my must-have list, thank you very much! Just love the cursive writing line…. Sigh.
    my favorite school subject was math….


  42. My favorite school subject was math. I loved it so much I majored in math and married a fellow math major! We're a nerdy math family! Thanks for the chance to win!

  43. Love the cards and all the inspiration that everyone gives to us all! I don't have the Schoolhouse Backrops … YET! lol : )
    Love to win it and thanks for the chance.

  44. Math has always been my favorite subject, in fact, I teach it now! Thanks for the chance to win your adorable stamps. I adore today's projects, especially the bandaid and apple with the googlie eyes, LOL!

  45. I don't have school age kids at home but the grandkids would love to give their teachers cards. These cards designed by the DT are simply the sweetest. WTG Ladies!!! Keep up the good work. TFS!!!

  46. Great new set! My favorite subject at school was Art, though History and English were pretty good too! Thanks for the chance to win and love all the fantastic ideas from the Design Team!

  47. My favorite subjects were English & Creative Writing. And many thanks to the DT girls for their wonderful examples using this set. I have to admit I was stumped for ideas for this set, but now I am totally inspired!

  48. I am surprised everyone is not writing ART!!! It really was my favorite. While in Kindergarten, my daughter told me Art was boring. I almost went into shock. How can Art not be fun???
    Fun font on today's release!

  49. I've always loved reading, so guess that was my favorite subject in school, too. These stamps are SO CUTE!

  50. I am a Family and Consumer Science teacher-loved each card! I liked school but can't say I had a favorite class. I still like learning and am thoroughly addicted to card making videos this summer-Lawn Fawn videos rock!

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