Fawny Flickr Monday {12.31.12}

Hello!! Can you believe that we are almost at 2013?! I certainly can’t! We’re not ready to let go of the holidays just yet, so we thought we would share a bunch of holiday projects from the Flickr Group! I love that inspiration can be taken from these projects and used all year round!
We love seeing all of the cards and layouts popping up in the Lawn Fawn Flickr group. Make sure you keep adding your projects! You guys are amazing! 

by laurelseabrook
(using Fa-La-La)

25 Cards of Christmas #24
by EliseC.
(using Quinn’s ABCs, Smitty’s ABCs, Bon Voyage, Sweet Christmas)

Season's Greetings
by Virginia L.
(using Let it Snow)

pucker up
by fishinkitten
(using Sally’s ABCs, Bows and Holly)

by secret scrapbooker
(using Critters in the Snow, Lawn Trimmings)

by Pia Overgaard
(using Sew Lovely, Bannerific, Making Frosty Friends)

Winter Owl
by ChristineKartenchaos
(using Winter Owl)

25 Cards of Christmas #16
by EliseC.
(using Sweet Christmas, Happy Everything)

by secret scrapbooker
(using Let it Snow)

lawnscaping challenge 48
by Joe Shien Shien
(using Dewey Decimal, Winter Owl, A Birdie Told Me, Critters in the Forest)

25 Cards of Christmas #18
by EliseC.
(using Happy Everything, A Birdie Told Me)

Let It Snow - party invitation tags with stamps from Lawn Fawn
by JammySage
(using Making Frosty Friends, Let it Snow)

by laurelseabrook
(using Fa-La-La)

25 Cards of Christmas #3
by EliseC.
(using A Birdie Told Me, Happy Everything, Hats Off to You)

Hipster Snowman
by unifyhandmade
(using Making Frosty Friends, Clear to See, Happy Everything, Lawn Trimmings)

Winter Owl Merry Christmas (1 von 1)
by anikaberlin
(using Winter Owl, Happy Everything)

by glowegal
(using Critters in the Snow, Let it Snow, Dewey Decimal)

Winter Owl
by Jenny M2011
(using Winter Owl, Critters Down Under)

Happy New Year!
by EliseC.
(using Quinn’s ABCs, Happily Ever After, Sweet Christmas)

Totally amazing, right?! You guys are the best!!

We wish you all the best in 2013. Thank you for making 2012 an amazing year. We couldn’t do it without you guys, and we are so grateful for you!! We will be starting sneak peeks for our CHA products soon. We hope you guys love them!
Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,


54 thoughts on “Fawny Flickr Monday {12.31.12}

  1. That glee-filled bambie has my vote! Beats the trio scratching and eating newly placed sod from under the snow layer in our neighborhood! I'll buy this herd anytime. mt23stamper@yahoo

  2. I sincerely pray for a year of peace and recovery to all of those who have lost a loved one to violence and I wish for a more peaceful and healthful year for us all. Make some cards and spread the love and healing with Lawn Fawn.
    CHERYL AKA Foreveraftercrafter

  3. My hope for 2013 is for world peace and no more killing of innocent people. I hope to use some of the stamping supplies that I have purchased and have not used.

    Happy New Year!

  4. What great cards! Hope our congress gets smart finally! Also, hoping to use my new craft room once settled into my new home.


  5. I just started a blog. I don't know how to attract visitors to see the cards I have been making. Of course, I am computer challenged and it's not much of a blog……………….but I (my husband helped) did it. Now, to learn more. Ugh!

  6. Adorable card!! I hope 2013 brings more time for card creating (as well as abundant blessings to you & yours). Oh, how I long for those creative moments spent in my craft room surround by collected wonderful materials where there's ALWAYS room for more! 😀

  7. I love the Star of Wonder card. I hope the new year brings many people closer to the One for whom we celebrate Christmas. Louise

  8. Happy New Year, Kelly & Mike ( and Erica)!! It was so AWESOME to meet you both at Scrapfest in Minneapolis this past year. I hope you have a FABULOUS time at CHA and all the best in 2013. Thanks for featuring my Neon Christmas card 🙂

  9. I am glad you enjoyed this. Infact, to digress a bit, I'm particularly happy to have visited the hometowns of Mandela, Sisilu and Biko all in the Eastern Cape and it seems to me as though there are many great leaders from this province. Anyway, I commend you for talking about Biko instead of the other 'big' names although I must say that Biko's has not faded out of South Africa's political history. He is studied in schools at various levels. I am doing a personal research on some of this leaders and would be posting some pictures on my blog too. Thanks for this review.
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