Lawn Fawn Intro: Aloha + Scripty Aloha

Hello and Welcome to our June Inspiration Week! We are showcasing Plane and Simple, Push Here, Aloha, Tiny Tag Sayings: Birthday and Plan on It: Vacation along with 5 of our new stand alone dies! All of these products are available now at and at your favorite crafty stores.

We already have three places you can leave comments to win:
Our Big Giveaway Post!

Our Push Here Post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Aloha, it’s coordinating and Scripty Aloha! Aloha is fun mini set with a cute pineapple and a punny sentiment! It’s perfect for adding island charm to your crafty projects! Scripty Aloha Lawn Cuts die is a fun greeting to add to cards featuring Aloha, Palm Trees or Life is Good!
 The design team has made the most amazing samples!
We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways to use this new set!

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

 Latisha‘s Aloha design is so delightful! I love how she stamped the pineapples in green ink to coordinate with the Scripty Aloha!
 Audrey‘s elegant card features a beautiful watercolor backdrop with contrasting Palm Tree and Scripty Aloha in bright white! So gorgeous!

 Chari‘s card design is gorgeous! I love the Watercolor Wishes stripes and the pineapples that are white embossed on vellum!

 Yainea created a gorgeous water-colored card by white heat-embossing the Aloha pineapples randomly over the background. I love how the cute pineapple replaces the O in Scripty Aloha! So clever!
Elise paper-pieced her Aloha pineapples using Cilantro and Sunflower cardstock! I love that fabulous glittery gold Scripty Aloha greeting!

I love how Chari created a rainbow using our Rainbow die set and colorful Perfectly Plaid papers from the different collections. The sparkly black Scripty Aloha looks amazing against the rainbow!
I love how Lizzy created a totally unique card by adding bold colors to her pineapples in fun patterns! The black paint splatters look awesome with the Black Licorice Scripty Aloha!

 Melissa layered Scalloped Circle die cuts in tropical colors to frame her pineapple focal image! I love this bright and cheerful card!

 Nichol‘s awesome custom background adds fun pattern to this adorable card! I love how she stacked up several Scripty Aloha die cuts and gave the top one a cool glossy ombre finish!
Lynnette combined images from Flamingo Together, Life is Good with Aloha to make a fabulous card that makes me smile!

Scripty Aloha adds just the right greeting to Elena‘s fabulous tropical card! Stripey Backdrop provides fun color and pattern behind the Stitched Circle framed ocean scene!

Chari created a pretty stamped background for her Aloha pineapple using the tiny stamps found in Plan on It: Calendar.
Here’s a video to introduce Aloha and show you some fun ways to use it! You can watch it here or at our YouTube channel.
Thanks so much for watching!

 I hope you have enjoyed this look at Aloha, its coordinating dies and Scripty Aloha.

Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your favorite way to eat pineapple by June 21st at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this stamp set! (If you already own this stamp set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Tuesday June 20th for our next inspiration week post!
Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration and release 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! 🙂 

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


225 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Aloha + Scripty Aloha

  1. It's always amazing to see all the different designs the girls come up with, using the same stamps.
    I l❤️ve pineapple frappe. One of my favourite summer treats.

  2. Totally adorable projects. I love fresh pineapple, but I also like to slip a pineapple fritter in with my fish and chips – not quite to healthy but yum!

  3. Being from Hawaii, this stamp set is an absolute must-have! That pineapple is so dang cute! Pineapples are best eaten with li hing mui powder…and with sherbet or ice cream!

  4. Such a cute little set! Love the pineapple!!! And such cute projects too!!!! The aloha scripty die is awesome! I am not a fan of eating pineapple because it upsets my stomach a lot…. but when I do eat it on occasion, I eat it mixed with a fruit cup of other yummy fruits!

  5. I think these cards are adorable. We're having a heat wave and receiving one of these cards would freshen up my day!

  6. Oh my all of these fun cards!!! Love them all. I think nothing says summer like a bowl of pineapple, watermelon, & strawberries!! My entire fam loves it! For Father's Day yesterday I made my hubby a pineapple upside down cake!!

  7. Every time I see pineapples, I think of Chuck! Cute set and projects! I love to make a pineapple angel food cake it's light and airy and the presentation wows!

  8. Such cute and clever cards by the DT members! Love Latisha's card as it's so bright and cheery!
    I love eating GRILLED pineapple! Something about it is so yummy and perfectly complements BBQ!

  9. Reminds me of the wonderful times I enjoyed visiting Hawaii. When we visited Oahu we toured a pineapple plantation. I never knew there were so many different kinds of pineapples. Also this plantation did not export any pineapple; instead all they grew was for sale only on the island.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  10. LOVE😍! My favorite way to eat pineapple is to cut it off the rind and just eat it nothing fancy just delishis! Thanks for sharing all of these projects!!

  11. I love that little pineapple! My favorite way to eat pineapple is when my husband grills it and makes a spiced rum sauce to drizzle over it! Super yunmy!

  12. Oh gosh so many cute ideas! My favourite way to eat pineapple has to be roasted or bbq'd with a little palm sugar and a pinch of chilli flakes!

  13. My favorite way to eat pineapple is when it's a garnish on a cocktail! Yum! I love how a smiley face and sunglasses can change the ordinary into fabulous! Mahalo for all the chances to win this week!

  14. I'm actually allergic to pineapple so no can do, but my kids love it so I get it for them. Their favorite is pineapple rice where you cook the rice inside a pineapple in the oven.

  15. All these fantastic pineapple cards make me long to go back to the Dole Plantation in Hawaii! Wonder if Dole would ship me to Hawaii if I sent a card using this set and addressed it to Dolewhip?… lol

  16. I'm from Hawai'i, so I had to get this set!!! I can't wait to send my Hawai'i relatives cards made with them. I eat pineapple practically every morning (it is a great digestive agent!), but I have to admit I love pineapple on veggie pizza! That little bit of sweet really makes the pizza special!

  17. The design team created some great background scenes for Aloha.
    Healthy -Pineapple and banana's…..Delicious-pineapple in pinacolada's

  18. I love all of these cards! Nichol's is just plain adorable. I love eating pineapple with my food (any pineapple pizza fans?), cut fresh and by itself, and even Disneyland's dole whip! 🙂

  19. How cute, happy and refreshing are these cards today!Totally match the summer weather here!
    I'm not a big pineapple eater but I really like pineapple juice!:)

  20. I'm low key kinda obsessed with the whole pineapple trend. Hehe I like to eat just fresh cut in chunks. Pineapple popsicles are pretty good too though.

  21. I love pineapple so many different ways. I love it grilled, in barbecue recipes, on pizza, in pina colada's, and any tropical recipes! My favorite pineapple treat is a Dole Whip from Disney World!!

  22. I love the beautiful colors that Lizzy did for her card and Pineapple. I also love Kelly's slider card. I can't wait to get my slider dies to make these fun cards. Thanks for all the terrific ideas.

  23. Love all the cards with there tropical feel! I don't know there is a wrong way to eat pineapple, but I love mixing it with cottage cheese or in pineapple upside down cake!

  24. Wowzers…such awesome, awesome cards and projects. LOVE the sunglasses on the pineapple. Made me laugh..thank you!
    I love to eat fresh pineapple cut up into chunks. YUM!!!

  25. I've started to get some kind of allergic reaction to pineapple. 🙁 Luckily that doesn't include stamp-pineapples 🙂 Before that I just cut them into slices and ate them with porridge for breakfast.

  26. These cards are soooo cute!

    My favorite way to eat pineapple is in sweet and sour pork! It sounds weird, but it is delicious! The savory pairs well with the tartness of the pineapple! 😉

  27. I am a HUGE pineapple fan, so I will eat it all different ways! On Hawaiian-style pizza and straight, freshly-cut are my favorites!

  28. Oh, be still my heart! I love and adore this pineapple set! The DT absolutely ROCKED it! This set is on my wish list (never mind the fact that I already have at least 4 pineapple sets, or is it 5?). LOL While I love the look of pineapples, I am not fond the taste so I don't eat them.

  29. Love, love this!! Must have the pineapple stamp and the aloha script!!! 🙂 The best way in the world to eat pineapple is in a Dole Whip standing in the sunshine at Walt Disney World, near the Jungle Cruise and Pirates of the Caribbean rides!!! Best feeling in the world!

  30. I love fresh pineapple chunks on their own, but also love to eat them stirred into cottage cheese. Such cute stamps & dies – I don't know how much longer this wishlist of mine can get!

  31. Love the Pineapple Celebrate card Elise made! Elise's card reminded me of Precious, Cherished, Treasured Memories of my childhood! <3 I would like to know which stamp and die Elise used for the party hats and gifts on her Celebrate Pineapple card. The party hats and gifts look different from the stamps and dies shown on the supplies list. My eyes are playing optical illusion on me today! lol

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