Back to School Set by Lynette + Online Card Classes Announcement!

I’m so excited to announce that I am one of the instructors along with Jennifer McGuire and Kristina Werner, for the new Wild Card class at Online Card Classes! Check out this video for details about this class that is all about interactive cards!
I cannot wait to see you guys in class! Woohoo!

Also, there is Early Bird pricing through Friday September 2nd!
Go check it out! 🙂

We are happy to share another project by a member of our Lawn Fawn HQ team! Lynette has a wonderful card and notebook combo to share with us today!

Lynette used the label and one of the sentiment dies from Small Stitched Envelope to decorate the cover of a notebook. The mix of papers from Perfectly Plaid Fall (Cinnamon Spice) and Perfectly Plaid Christmas (Rudolph) creates a fun brown and red color combo!

I love how Lynette created the look of a chalkboard using a Stitched Rectangle Frame, Black Licorice cardstock and crisp white heat-embossing of the Thanks a Bushel sentiment! The cute border is created using icons from our Plan On It stamp set!

There’s a surprise on the inside of the card! The basket of apples from Thanks a Bushel are colored with Copic markers and popped up using Everyday Pop-ups dies!

This is wonderful Back to School inspiration! Thanks for sharing this sweet and thoughtful teacher gift, Lynette!

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,


8 thoughts on “Back to School Set by Lynette + Online Card Classes Announcement!

  1. This card is so perfect for a teacher! The lil pencil is just too cute! I love that the fall and winter paper packs can be used together!!! I have yet to make a slider card or a pop up card, it looks scary-lol But this new card class looks perfect for card makers like me who are very intimidated by these 'wild' techniques but really want to make some! 🙂

  2. Lovely gift! Can I ask a question about teacher gifts – Is it traditional in the US to give teacher gifts at the start of term? In the Uk children are only just heading back to school after the summer holidays next week – I wouldn't start thinking /panicking about teacher gifts until mid December!

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