Lawn Fawn Intro: A Good Apple

Hello and welcome to the second post of Lawn Fawn’s Summer release and inspiration week! We are just so excited about this week! We have seven new stamp sets and eight new Lawn Cuts die sets, and they will be revealed and available for purchase on May 9th at 12:01 am EDT and until then 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!!  
Our Blue Skies post!
AND today’s post too! 🙂

Today is our showcase of the “A Good Apple“. This 4″ x 6” set  is perfect for teacher gifts and cards for the end of the year and the beginning of the year, too. The design team has made the most amazing samples!  We also have a little video on the bottom showcasing some fun ways of using the set including a card from start to finish!

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! 🙂

Chari‘s card is absolutely adorable! I love how she used the Blue Skies banner and how the front comes off and becomes a magnet! It is a card and gift all in one!

I love how Yainea created her own patterned paper using the elements from the set. So cute! I also love how she “hung” the chalkboard frame on the card!

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Latisha was so clever to decorate a Starbucks gift card holder. Genius! I love that the sentiments in this set work without the chalkboard, too, and Riley’s ABCs is a great counterpart!

Elena was so smart to use Schoolhouse Backdrops. It is perfect with this set! I also love how she extended the sentiment below the chalkboard. This is a great set for the end of the year!

Lynnette‘s gift and card set is so sweet! This set is great for decorating gift bags and for clean and simple cards, too! The peppermint Lawn Trimmings coordinates so well with the apple!

I love how Kim used the chalkboard for her title! Such a great idea for school photos! This set works so well with the Dewey Decimal collection, and that tiny chevron included is the perfect accent for a page!

Linda‘s Blue Skies and Pink Lemonade layout is so sweet! I love how she used sentiments for her title and the subtle Sharp Backdrops across her journaling. Stamps make for great embellishments!

Yainea‘s gift bag is just perfect! The ruler she created with Smitty’s ABCs is so sweet, and the chalkboard makes a great tag!

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, some fun things you can do with it, and a card and tag from start to finish. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or at our You Tube channel.   (If you don’t have time to watch the whole thing, the card making starts at 2:50, and the “review” of everything starts at the 8:35 minute mark! 🙂 )

  Thank you so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at “A Good Apple“. Tomorrow we have another new set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us what your favorite subject in school was by May 8th at 10:00pm EDT, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Tuesday 7th for our next release week day!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week! Your comments, tweets, facebook, instagram 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! 🙂     


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Have an amazing day,


292 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: A Good Apple

  1. Love this set so much! My kids teachers are going to flip over their end-of-school-year gifts! Can't wait to get making them. My favorite subject in school was ART, of course!

  2. Wohooo! A teacher related stamp set! Thanks Lawn Fawn for this set as the market do not have much on teacher related stamp sets! Gonna have this set in my list and hopefully I can get it from you free!

    My favorite subject in school was English! The teacher is so nice!

  3. Great projects and ideas!
    My favorite subject in school… hmmm, I guess it depends on when you ask me, but right now it's psychology.

  4. My favorite subject was English….because of all the reading we did! My favorite book is one we read so long ago in school: To Kill A Mockingbird What a great book and great memory of being inspired to love reading from my English classes.

  5. Such a cute line. . .and just in time . . .Teacher Appreciation week is coming up for my youngest's school. Favorite subject – anything art, but History and Mythology were something to look forward to as well.

  6. So adorable! I just had someone ask me if I could make a teacher thank you card for them! Actually, I see lots of uses for this set even if it's not for a teacher!! I love the apple, the chalkboard and the eraser!! My favorite subject was Language Arts, believe it or not. I LOVED learning about grammar and writing! Thanks for another chance to win. Thanks for all the inspiration too! I think my wish list is around 70 now!

  7. Spelling was my favorite subject! I love SSR's and spelling tests! These are fabulous cards and projects not to mention a super darling stamp set!

  8. This is the perfect set for me–I have 4 teachers in my immediate family alone! Hehe! My favorite subject was reading/ literature, which is fun because now I work with math a lot more than literature.

  9. wow… I just love the video… My favorite part was showing the different way to add the center, and that you gave us the measurements… that saves us so much time… thanks

  10. Oh my gosh… The DT have outdone themselves with this set, luuuuuurve their projects :0)
    My favourite subject was geography at school.
    Jenny x

  11. This stamp set is so cute! Love the fact that you can add any sentiments on the chalk board.
    My favourite subject in school is English! ^_^

  12. Love this set! As a teacher myself, I would love to recieve a card like the samples shown! My favourite subjects in school were always reading and writing, always hated anything to do with math!

  13. Oh, super cute! My grand-daughter is in pre-school right now but I made her a teacher thank you card just this week. I would LOVE having this adorable set…the chalkboard alone is so versatile.

  14. Thanks for the video…it really shows how useful this set can be. When I first saw it I thought, "now how would someone use it?" Now it feels like a must-have!

  15. Those are so darn cute—great teacher cards (they can get quite boring, IMO) these are different—I like!! The layouts are great, too!

    My fave subject was English–

  16. I adore that chalkboard, soooooo cute… I don't have any teachers I need to send to at the moment, but I can totally see loads of uses of that chalkboard

  17. Love this set! It would get plenty of use as my daughter is still in primary school. My favourite subject at school was science and it still is….now I'm a geologist!

  18. I only wish I had this set this week for Teacher Appreciation Week! Being married to a teacher this would definitely come in handy for many reasons! My favorite subject in school was art.

  19. Hip Hip Hooray – a set for making Teacher Cards!!!! The little chalk, eraser & apple are way too cute AND your video really showing the cool things to do with the chalkboard was so helpful!
    LOVED…thank you!

  20. I adore this set… I'm a little biased with my teaching background (Ha). Great ideas today. My fav. subjects in school were Art, PE and science (a 3 way tie).

  21. This is adorable…one of your cutest sets yet!!! As a teacher, I would love to get something like this. I love that little chalkboard & the sayings are super cute!

  22. The chalk and eraser are so cute! Do they even use those in schools anymore? LOL! This may sound weird but I really enjoyed Latin in school!

  23. I love all the elements in this adorable set and the wonderful projects from the design team!! My favorite subject was always English because I love literature.

  24. What a cute set, so many wonderful stamps! I had three favorite subjects at school – math, history & art. Thanks for a great video!

  25. As usual, great attention to detail while making it all cute and useful! School Rules! ( I am a teacher!) 🙂
    My favorite class as a student was English and Literature.

  26. Love how Latisha used the set on a starbucks gift card! Also, my favorite subjects in school were Medieval History, Psychology, ceramics, and photography. haha I could never choose between the 4 😛

  27. Such a cute set. I am sure any teacher would love to receive a card or tag using this set. I would be cute also to make a bunch of note cards to give away as a present as well.
    Favorite subject in school was ART!

  28. This set is super cute! Awesome samples too! My fav subjects at school had to be music and drama and I still love them now that Im a teacher 🙂 xx

  29. I loved a lot of subjects, but ended up teaching Math.

    Just a suggestion: I know the chalkboard is trendy, but it could also be a great whiteboard (used in a lot of schools now)with a silver frame and glossy white paper…then any color can be used for messages too.

  30. no doubt my favorite subject in school was video production!! my senior year in highschool included 4 hours of it (at various levels)!! i always thought of it as 'moving scrapbooks'. ha ha!! LOVE this stamp set!! SO SO SO fun!!!

  31. Great set, and now I have to get it… I am class mom this year and this will be perfect for making the thank you cards and tags come year end. Just awesome stamps! Loved the SBUX gift card, very cute. My favourite subject was history, but literature was a close second.

  32. OMG, so much beauty all at once!!! Ohhhh, my eyes, my eyesssssss!!!!!!! *stoked* By far my favorite set and my favorite day of this new release week!!!! Lawn Fawn, you never disappoint!!!!! 😀 I {heart} you guys!!!!!! XOXOXO

    My favorite subject in school was Italian!!! Si, io anche parlo l'italiano (;

  33. Oh my!!!! What a winner – this set is sure to be awesome!! I love everyone's projects – so fun!! This week is teacher appreciation week and I was up late last night making cupcake toppers/#1 teacher ribbons and was thinking to myself "I really wish I had the word 'teacher' in one of the beautious Lawn Fawn fonts" – this will be anmazing!!!

    My favorite subject was science in school. If I could go back, I would've appreciated language arts more being that I use that pretty much every single day ;).

  34. My favorite subject at school was literature/reading. I loved all the new books and authors I was exposed to and having to create plot outlines really made me pay attention to the details.

  35. AWESOME STAMP SET! can't wait to get my hands on it! Would be great to make some cards for my class with this!

    My favourite subject is maths… now it's Aesthetics and Creative Movements (aka Arts and Music!)! No hard to guess the reason.. .haha

    Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

  36. Oh my…you're killing me here with all those CUTE and amazing stamps!!
    As a teacher I would love it when a student gave me a homemade card
    made with these stamps….maybe I have to introduce LF in Belgium!! LOL
    AWESOME DT projects!!!!!

  37. What a versatile set!! I love it!! These are too cute. Thank you again for the chance to win!!! My favorite subjects in school were math and art.

  38. I loved English my senior year but only because of my teacher and Band… does Band count? 🙂 I don't have kids or really any teacher friends but I LOVE this set! Here's hoping I win! 🙂

  39. I just love the new set. All crafters with kids need adorable teacher products. The new set is perfection. Donna

  40. How dumb is it that I want this set but have no use for it?! Way beyond "teacher" days, but this set is sooo cute. I love the chalkboard & may get it just for that. I'm sure with all the hot chalkboard look going on now I could find something to use it for besides teacher projects.

  41. My favorite subjects were Music and English. I love the idea of cutting the focal point from a magnet sheet! I make back-to-school cards for my nephew and nieces every year and this set would be perfect. 🙂

  42. Math! loved math.
    what a cute set – love the design teams work – just wonderful!
    Even though my baby graduates from HS this year … I want this set!
    Sandra ltb

  43. What a great set. Would love to try it with the chalkboard technique. Would make an awesome teacher's card. My favorite subject was Music and Art. Great features by DT as always. Thanks for the inspiration.

  44. I think if I had to choose I would say music or English were my favourite subjects. Its difficult though cause I really didn't like school at all! xx

  45. I am so happy to see this new stamps, they would be just great for the end of school year and many years to come at my daughter elementary school!!

  46. Favorite subject in school was Music…and oh my! How fun is this set! I think it is so cute and perfect for so many things!!!

  47. Love this set! I wish I had it in my hands right now! It wold have mad my 25 teacher projects so easy!
    Mahalo for making this set I'm definitely going to use it next year!

  48. My favorite subject in school definitely changed depending on my teachers! In middle and high school I did best at Math and Reading, but I also liked English. In college my favorite class was Chinese – and I definitely did the best at it over my other courses!

  49. Such a cute new set! With a daughter in first grade, I will get years of use out of a set like this. My favorite subject in school was math.

  50. I liked every subject in school! Especially recess 🙂 But Math was fun, I loved Reading and English, and Biology (probably my real favorite!) I still love school,even after college and several graduate programs. I just started up another, and work full time at a college 🙂

  51. This set is adorable, love it! My favorite subject in school was History, I've always loved learning about how people lived in the past.

    Thanks for this awesome giveaway and for the wonderful inspiration and tips.

  52. I can't believe how fast my creative juices started to flow seeing this "Good Apple" set. As a school secretary, I love coming up with little surprises for our hard working staff, and this stamp set fits the bill! Would love to add this set to get jump started on end of the year thank yous!

  53. I adore teacher set and your is FABULOUS!

    My favorite subject is Math and I even taught it at the seventh grade level before having my kiddos.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  54. Fabulous and fun projects! I love the new stamps.

    My favorite school subject was Social Studies.

    Carol B

  55. I love the joy I can hear in your voice as you craft! What a wonderful gift to create such fun projects to share and to love every minute of it! Thanks so much for sharing that joy and great products!

  56. This set is awesome! Love that chalkboard and the chalky effect from your video.
    My favorite subjects were English/Language Arts, and in high school – Band. 🙂

  57. Such a cute set – I love that little chalkboard!! My favorite subjects in school were social studies and history – probably why I ended up being a poli sci major in college! 🙂

  58. I don't have any children in school, but these would be great to make cards for my nieces and nephews, and my son's fiance's children, to give to their teachers! I jump on any excuse to make cards!

  59. Great set for end of year teacher cards . My fav subject of course was art we had a club my art teacher named art mafia he was an amazing teacher from Holland so laid back lol

  60. What an awesome set and such wonderful inspiration! My favorite subject was science. I liked it so much that I finally learned enough to teach it. Thanks for the inspiration!

  61. Art class was my favorite (big surprise). 🙂 This set looks like a great addition to the Lawn Fawn family. Love all the cute examples everyone made using it! 🙂

  62. Believe it or not; algebra. Loved it; but, I love your new products a lot more. What great idea's for teacher. I wish I had half your creativity.

  63. I SO NEED this set!!! I'm in love with the chalkboard!! I'm a teacher myself and this set would be so cute for the back to school sets I make for my coworkers!!! I love this!! Thanks!!

  64. Oh I wish I already had this so I could use it for Teacher's Appreciation Day! What awesome projects ladies!!!!!!!!!!!! Ummmm.. my fave subject in school – English 🙂

  65. Oh, my, GOSH. I love, love, love this set! I am a preschool teacher and can think of so many amazing ways to put this to use! It will be great for classroom use in addition to cards and layouts. YAY, Lawn Fawn does it again!!!

    My favorite subject in school — Phonics!

  66. This is a must have set that I could sure use with all the teachers in my family. Fun weekend with the grt nieces to make their teachers thank you cards will be happening soon. The set is so much fun and has endless possibilities. Very clever and cute. Love it………… Great video tutorial.

  67. Really love today's ideas, but decorating the starbucks holder is such a smart and easy idea…I will use that one again!

  68. i used to teach 2nd and 3rd grades and would have loved receiving anything inspired by Lawn Fawn. Plus there are about 8 teachers in our extended family. mush have these teacher thank you goodies

  69. This stamp set is right up my alley! With this being Teacher Appreciation week, I've been searching for the perfect stamp set to make cards for my daughters' teachers. Now I know what I'll be using next year. 😉

    cnighs at yahoo dot com

  70. Lawn Fawn does it again! love this set. My favorite thing in school was SSR. once a month In English class we spent the whole period reading any thing we wanted. I was a book worm then too.

  71. Another great set! Thanks for showing us the different creative ways to use it. My favorite subject in school was music 🙂

  72. I was not a fan of school so my favorite class was Photography. But I married a Math Teacher!! Which was my LEAST favorite class in school! And my husband and I also run the Children's Ministry at our Church and are always making Thank You cards for our Volunteer Teachers. So this set is very relevant to my life!! LOVE it!!

  73. As a former teacher and a current daycare provider I would love to receive a card from this set.
    And I would love to make a card for my kids' teachers from this set!

  74. What a great stamp set! Music was my favorite subject, which worked out well because I went on to major in music and teach music! If I received a card with your stamp set, I would have saved it all these years. So cute and meaningful.

  75. I wouldn't normally be interested in a teacher themed set, but you made one that is so versatile that I would love to have it! I especially like the frame and the "thanks". My favorite subject was always English…love to read and write. 🙂

  76. This is my new favorite set! I can't wait to get it!!! It is very appropriate for right now because it is currently Teacher Appreciation Week. Great job Lawn Fawn.

  77. In school I liked social studies a lot but as a teacher my favorite subject to teach is science. I love letting my kinders get hands on.

  78. Love this set! Can't wait to make cards for all of my teacher friends with it. My favorite subject is a tie between History and Band.

  79. Love Yainea's card! All the details are so cute! My favorite subject in school was reading! I started reading when I was 3 and have not stopped since! Loving all the great cards from the DT this week! TFS!

  80. French was always my favorite class in school. BTW I love this set, it's perfect for the upcoming school year for the kids!

  81. I love this set! I wish I had it a few days ago when I was making a set of thank you cards for a friend of mine who teaches. Now I know what set to buy for the next time she needs another set. 🙂

    My favorite school subject was always science, with math as a close second favorite. I felt like I was solving puzzles and learning about the world around me, and doing fun experiments was the best part! That's why I studied physics in college, and why I'm looking for a job doing research.

  82. This set is cuuuuutee ! Infact I am loving all the new sets that you have introduced !My favorite subject is school was History !

  83. Great cards and gift sets! I have to say that my favorite subject in school was….this is embarrassing, but sewing! I just loved how I could zone out when working on a project and the fact that all the supplies and tools were all set up there with plenty of work space.

  84. Love this set.. I'll have to order it if I don't win so I can make cute end of year teacher cards… my fave subject in school was English.
    thanks for the chance to win.
    Angela L.

  85. I had an amazing history teacher when I was a junior in high school which fostered a life-long love of the subject. I'm always watching historical documentaries or reading historical accounts of events, countries, people, etc. because I find so many lessons to be learned from those who've gone before me.

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