Season’s Greetings with Kay!

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I am so happy to introduce our new blog contributor, Kay Miller! I’ve been a fan of her beautiful crafting style for so long, and I’m just so excited that she will be sharing regularly on the Lawn Fawn blog! Look for her posts on the first Saturday of every month! And be sure to check out her blog, My Joyful Moments!

Kay has created an amazing set of holiday cards and a Milk Carton gift box using a fun combination of holiday sets!

For this card, Kay created a cute scene with our Stitched Hillside Backdrop: Portrait using Winter Village and Home for the Holidays! I love how she added Santa’s sleigh from Ready Set Snow to the beautiful ink blended sky!

 I love how Kay arranged the elements on this beautiful clean and simple design! She blended on some Peacock ink and flicked on some more ink mixed with water to create the pretty background. Then she layered on the Stitched Snowflakes, Flirty Frame and the penguin and gifts from Toboggan Together!

 Kay added a bright and cheery winter scene to our Milk Carton using Stitched Hillside Borders to create fun snow drifts. She combined the houses and trees from Winter Village with the snowman from Ready Set Snow!

Thank you so much for sharing these delightful projects with us today, Kay! I’m looking forward to all the inspiration you will be sharing with us in the months to come!

I hope you all have enjoyed these beautiful holiday designs and are inspired to get crafty this weekend!

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


15 thoughts on “Season’s Greetings with Kay!

  1. I love all 3 of them. I am too a fan of her cards and creations, they are always a delight to see and find out how she made them. I have tried to recreate some of them and they look okay but not a great as hers for sure.

  2. I am a longtime follower of Kay's and I am beyond thrilled to see that she will be a regular contributor to your blog. This first outing is fantastic. I love her use of the flirty frames die and the snowflakes. She always makes the best scenes, too. A win win combination in my book! 🙂

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