Lawn Fawn Intro: Rub-A-Dub-Dub + Quilted Backdrop

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Spring 2018 Inspiration and Release week! On February 22nd our 15 new stamp sets and their coordinating dies, 23 new stand alone die sets, 3 new paper collections, 3 new ink colors, ink cube pack, 2 new Lawn Trimmings, Glow in the Dark Embossing Powder and our brand new Glue Tube will be for sale at your favorite store and at! Woohoo!

We already have one place you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
AND today’s post too! 🙂

Today is our showcase of Rub-A-Dub-Dub and Quilted Backdrop! These cute Rub-A-Dub-Dub ducks are ready to make a splash in your next craft project. Stamp the duck and babies for a cute Mother’s or Father’s Day card. Or, create a complete scene with ducks splashing in the tub! This set pairs nicely with our new Toadally Awesome set to create an outdoor scene! Our Quilted Backdrop die adds fun texture to backgrounds! Use it with Rub-A-Dub-Dub to look like tile or do some ink blending for a gorgeous and quick card front!

The design team has made the most amazing samples!
We also have videos at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these new sets!
Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

 I love how Lynnette took her color cues for this delightful card from the Perfectly Plaid Spring paper!

 Elena‘s whimsical scene makes an adorable card for Mom’s Day! The Gotta Have Gingham paper is a quick and easy way to set a cute scene!

 Nicole‘s card is adorable, perfect to welcome a new baby! I love the Puffy Cloud Border as bubbles and the Congratulations Border is great with the sentiment!

 I love the clean and simple look of Latisha‘s gorgeous get well card design! Quilted Backdrop looks amazing with the Peacock cardstock peeking through! The sentiment is in our new set, Simply Sentiments!

Chari also used Puffy Cloud Borders as bubbles, this time layering Moonstone cardstock with vellum! The cheerful backdrop is courtesy of the Dahlia pattern from Perfectly Plaid Spring!

 Audrey‘s card is beautiful with Quilted Backdrop and Gotta Have Gingham creating a classic tile background for her adorable scene!

 Elise‘s thank you card makes a statement with her colorfully ink blended card! She dry-embossed Quilted Backdrop on white cardstock for this gorgeous subtle design! Scripty Thanks and Simply Sentiments combine to convey a message of thanks!

 Mermaid cardstock with bright yellow Rub-A-Dub-Dub ducks are an amazing combination on Nichol‘s adorable card! Again Quilted Backdrop is the perfect finish!

Nichol carried out the color story on the inside with Mermaid ink to stamp the greeting!

 I just love Jessica‘s sunshiney scene! Spring Showers dies and Perfectly Plaid Spring paper are the perfect additions!

 How cute is Yainea‘s card with a sweet mermaid relaxing in the tub? This is such a clever idea to pair Rub-A-Dub-Dub with Mermaid for You!

 Chari gave her Quilted Backdrop bold inky color and paired it with a sparkly black Scripty For You greeting and Stitched Rectangle Frame!

 Lizzy‘s lovely scene uses lots of fun accessory images from Rub-A-Dub-Dub with the claw-foot tub to create a sweet birthday card!

 Yainea took the cute duck and her ducklings out of the tub and created a fabulous and fun nature scene using Bayou Backdrop and Ocean Wave Borders!

 Chari‘s clever Rub-A-Dub-Dub scene in a jar would be perfect baby shower decor! I love the fun marble “bubbles”!

Our Lovable Legend is enjoying a little Rub-A-Dub-Dub fun on Julia’s humorous design!

I love how Carolina created a fun slider design with the little duckling flying out of the water! Her background is so unique with Mum from Happy Happy Happy Add-On: Family stamped on the Gotta Have Gingham panel!

Jessica‘s card is so sweet and colorful with Really Rainbow paper and the layered Outside In Stitched Heart and Lacy Heart Stackables!

Kristin’s cute Mother’s Day design shows how easy it is to create an interactive Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up scene with Rub-A-Dub-Dub!

And now I have video to introduce Rub-A-Dub-Dub and show some fun ways to use this set! You can watch the video here or at our YouTube channel.

Thanks for watching!

And here is a quick video to introduce Quilted Backdrop and share some great ideas to use it! You can watch it here or on YouTube.

Thank you for watching!

 Ivy die cut Quilted Backdrop from glitter paper to create an elegant wedding or anniversary card!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Rub-A-Dub-Dub and Quilted Backdrop! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment describing your cardmaking style by February 21st at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this
  stamp set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Friday February 16th 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! 🙂

Spring 2018 release products available on February 22nd:
Rub-A-Dub-Dub stamps and coordinating dies
Quilted Backdrop Lawn Cuts die
Gotta Have Gingham paper collection
Perfectly Plaid paper collection
Really Rainbow paper collection
Congratulations Border
Toadally Awesome stamps and coordinating dies
Simply Sentiments
Bayou Backdrop
Some Bunny stamps and coordinating dies
Spring Sprig die set
Glue Tube

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


365 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Rub-A-Dub-Dub + Quilted Backdrop

  1. I am absolutely obsessed wituh both of these!when it comes to my card making style, I tend to take inspiration from other cards I have seen and tweak them to make them my own or more personalized. I love having the videos to get shading combinations from.

  2. OMG! Love the idea of using the Mermaid in the tub! I would say my card making style is a bit quirky and punny- hence I love lawn fawn stamps so much as they match perfectly with my style and sense of humor…. now I just need you guys to make a greyhound set that has "have a GREYT birthday" and I'll have the perfect set to match my other personal style, aka. being a crazy greyhound lady 😉

  3. I love these ideas, especially the yeti in the tub, lol! Super cute! My card style… hmmm, not sure if it is a style, but I love making interactive cards of all kinds, especially pop ups. I've designed my own single sheet pop up art and truly enjoy doing that, but I love using the Lawn Fawn interactive dies, too, when I need to make something a bit faster.

  4. Love these designs great inspiration. I have a bohemian style. One of the reasons I like Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. Everything goes together and great mix and match choices.

  5. i like to make cards with lots of layers on them, although I do like the look of clean and simple cards I just haven’t ventured down that road yet. I’m absolutely in love with this new duck set. My daughter is obsessed with ducks so this will work great for a card for her.

  6. Such amazing DT examples! I love all the fun combinations of all different sets, old and new! Hmm, my card making style is pretty simple I think, along with cute and colourful!

  7. My card style is mainly cute, fun and colorful. I tend to make a lot of cards of children. I also enjoy making just a simple looking cards. I guess when I look at it I don't just have one card style. I like getting stamp sets, dies, paper and ink and see what ideas come to me.

  8. I find that I lean more toward the "cute" then the realistic. I really am loving everything that LF has come out with. I find that I am building up my collection with you more then any other company. Really LOVE this new release!!!!

  9. What a beautiful and fun line up today! Amazing cards by the DT. I love the Quilted background and the ducks are just adorable! My style? I like to think that I can be versatile but my favorite kind of cards are cute and punny. I prefer layers over CAS cards and I love to work from sketches.

  10. I don’t have a particular style when it comes to card making. All of my cards are very different from each other. The only thing they have in common is the use of a lawn fawn stamp set, ink or die and sometimes all 3.

  11. I am still honing in on what my personal cardmaking style is. As an admirer of others, I like clean and simple and the elegant styles that crafters share on social media. But I find myself creating quirky and punny cards so that's why I'm drawn to all the Lawn Fawn goodies ha!

  12. Lawn Fawn is my go-to so I would say that my card making style is whimsical! I love all of the critter stamps and especially love making fun little scenes with them 🙂

  13. My style is simple, with lots of color if I can swing it. 🙂 Since I usually mail my handmade cards, I usually make them flat…although I love the layered look!
    These projects are adorable! These ducklings are the cutest, and that Quilted backdrop reminds me of the kitchen wallpaper I had in my first home. Quaint and lovely!

  14. I enjoy trying new techniques and experimenting. So I guess I'm still working on my style. But my cards are generally cheerful, colorful and upbeat in nature. I love how Lawn Fawn products are just that, cheerful, colorful and upbeat!

  15. OH MY GOODNESS! GOT to have these! Quilted back drop is so versatile and who doesn't LOVE rubber ducks?! Anyone else singing…rubber ducky you're the one! You make bath time so much fun! Rubber ducky you're the one for me!

  16. I don't know if I really have a "style". I watch a lot of you tube videos to get inspiration and then use what I learn to make my own cards. I LOVE the quilted background die!!!

  17. I think I'd call my card making style personalized. I enjoy creating cards that reflect the person that will receive the card. I rarely make a card without having someone in mind as the recipient.

  18. I love the Quilted Backdrop and the ducky set! I like to use inspiration from card magazines or Pinterest and tweak it with what I have. I really love making cute cards and Lawn Fawn makes it fun and simple! 🙂

  19. I'm more of a clean and simple girl, but I do like a good challenge to use more on a card from time to time. I love these new ducks and the quilted background is so versatile.

  20. Great projects today using these new products. It is nice to see the stamps or dies used in different occasion cards. Rub a dub is very cute but I love the quilted background. Right now my card style is over thinking to much.

  21. Gorgeous cards today! My card making style is pretty eclectic. I sometimes browse my many stamps, and have it sit on my desk till I'm inspired.. Other times, a background will inspire me… I love all mediums, but I think I'm best at Copic coloring, though not a master. I love die cuts, interactive cards, clean and simple cards. I lean towards the cutesy cards with critters on them but also love florals….

  22. Love the ducks! I would say my style is “bright and cheerful”. I don’t always use the same techniques but hopefully they’re always cheerful. I do like making a scene with Lawn Fawn 😉

  23. Rub-a-Dub-Dub and the Quilted Backdrop are two of my favorites from this release. As to my style, I mostly make clean and simple cards, but now and then I explore other options for fun. Thank you so much for the chance to win!

  24. my card style is, i guess, more clean and simple.
    I tend to limit myself to add only 1 layer to the cardbase, never use background papers – instead stamping the background, or adding texture with embossingfolders.

  25. OMG…I can't even deal with the cuteness of these ducks! Wowzers….so many gorgeous projects. Your designers are amazing! I can't wait to receive my pre-order in a few weeks. My cardmaking style? Depends. If I'm in a hurry, I prefer clean and simple, but when I have loads of time, I love creating more elaborate cards with cute scenes and ink blending!

  26. So so so cute! I don't have any particular cardmaking style, sometimes it clean and simple and sometimes it's a little more elaborate, kind of depends on the time I have to craft. Either way, crafting is my happy time and I just love spending time creating.

  27. Wowww!! This duck set is one of the cutest sets ever!! And the page is filled with such gorgeous inspirations! Thank you so much team 🙂
    I dont have a specific cardmaking style! It depends on the time and the mood I have! I love to try my hands on interactive and 3D cards when I have time, else simple ones 🙂

  28. I love a challenge and enjoy making interactive cards and trying all sorts of techniques. I am blown away with all the talented designers showcasing so much tub fun and that adorable and versatile quilted background die! Amazing!

  29. I love the stamp set! Before I saw the example I already thought about Mermaid for You with this set. But really as a mermaid, with a fish (maybe from Fintastic Friends? :D) as a bath buddy. <3 Looking forward to doing that!

  30. So SO cute! Love those duckies. And the quilted backdrop die….LOVE it! ♥ As for my cardmaking style….hard to say. I guess I'd claim a more CAS style or Clean and Layered. I do love a good shaker card. No heavy embellishments. I have never been able to pull of a shabby chic style 😉

  31. This duck set is too cute! ♥♥♥
    The question is hard. I don't think I have a specific cardmaking style. I usually get inspired by things I see on Pinterest or get ideas from techniques I've seen on videos. I can say that I don't like cards that are too crowded. I usually like to create colorful or clean and simple cards. I guess I haven't found my specific style yet.

  32. SO many adorable cards! I love them all! My cardmaking style? Hmmmm… toughie, whimsical cards with a sense of symmetry or balance and lots of bright happy colors – does that count as a style? Thanks for the chance two win some of these cute crafting supplies!

  33. Hmmm, I feel like I'm still finding my card-making style. Also, it really depends on who I'm sending to. For my nieces, I tend to go bold colors and cute critters. For my mom, I usually go floral. For my dad, it's usually a pun or inside joke, so I do whatever images might work with that. So, really, I go where the wind and the recipient take me.

  34. Love Quilted Background!! My style varies depending on how much time I have and who it is for, haha!! I make a lot of clean and simple since I make all the birthday cards for church…30-50 cards a month! When I make cards for family or showers, I tend to add more layers and embellishments.

  35. I am so in love with the quilted background and the little duckies! My style is usually clean and layered, and if the opportunity presents itself, scenes! I love ink blending so I love incorporating that in most of my cards.

  36. I'm not sure if it's a 'style' but when I want to make cards I pick a card I liked from my card making Pinterest board and see how close I can get with the supplies I have. I'm more likely to create a whole scene and then worry where to put the sentiment than to start with the sentiment. I like critters, and scene elements like hills and trees and houses and mountains. Love the Quilted Backdrop and the ducks.

  37. Love, love, love the quilted backdrop die!
    My card making style is definitely simple. The reason is because i'm not very good at coloring. I like things I can just cut out or stamp :).

  38. Love these adorable new products! And all of the sample projects are so super cute!!! My card making style is usually clean and simple, and I have a fondness for cute images and fun sentiments!

  39. My card making style is: Scene Building! I love arranging all the little die cut pieces to form a cute scene. Nicole Galvadon's card with the soft pink quilted background is just gorgeous!

  40. Rub A Dub Dub is SO cute! And I love what the designers did with it. That quilted background makes great walls and floors! My style used to be full of falderal, flowers, ribbon, buttons, lots of coloring, etc. Now I'm more clean and simple. Thank you for the chance to win!

  41. I cannot wait to play with RubaDubDub! I have my own, unique style. I'm all over the board and have to learn it all and do it all. My main concentration (and LOVE) involves all sorts of animals and tons of details and embellies and creating scenes. I work with all sorts of media for bright and vivid colors. I LOVE holidays and making all sorts of Fun Fold Cards and 3D projects. I very rarely create from someone else's work; but, if I see something that really strikes my eye, I will create one with my own details. Can't wait to order! Thanks for all the inspiration!!!

  42. the ducks are Aduckable!!! Quack Quack!!! I really like the quilted backdrop that is very pretty. Sorry for all the dorky comments

  43. That quilted background die!! Oh my it's gorgeous. My card making style is like me, eclectic lol. I have lately been drawn to the punny, cute styles, but I've made quite elegant cards. Just depends on my mood and who I'm making the card for 🙂 Looking forward to release day!

  44. Very hard to describe my style. IT is not CAS and definitely not Shabby Chic. Maybe controlled artistic would be a work for it. I like to do scenes too.

  45. I like simple cards. Usually a plain background with a frame, singular image and a single sentiment. While I adore the interactive cards (from penny sliders to push button lights and shakers), I just don't like spending that much time on a single card. Cut. Stamp. Color. Send. That's me 🙂

  46. I'm crazy about the quited backdrop! I also love the rub-a-dub set and how it can be used for different occasions. My card style is lots of layers and stamping with coloring. I use a lot of dies too.

  47. Love the quilted background die and the duck stamp sets!!! My card making style is all over the place – I love stamping, die cutting, coloring, and making different types of cards (shakers, light up, multi layer).

  48. very excited for the new stuff to be released soon! I would say my card-making style is detail-oriented. I'm always looking for the perfect little button or brad or accent or ribbon to finish off a project. It's often those little details that bring a card from nice to wow.

  49. You've topped yourselves again this release with the most amazing stamps, dies and ink colours, can't wait to get ordering and crafting with all of this release, there isn't a single bit I don't want x

  50. My style uses the K.I.S.S. method. Keep it simple silly! I love the Lawn Fawn products since it enables me to keep things simple but amazingly cute! Cannot wait until the froggies are released!

  51. The Rub-A-Dub-Dub is just adorable and Quilted Backdrop is a must have. My style is what ever works that day! It all depends on the mood, time & the person it is going to.

  52. Oh my, can't wait to get my hands on these ducks! I don't think I really have a card making style, although I love cute cards, animals, dogs, cats, and cute kids, and I love bright cheery colors too.

  53. OMG! Those ducks ARE a MUST have as my granddaughter lives on a lakefront that not only has ducks, but ones that she & I feed when I get the chance to visit her (shhhh…..her parents have always told me NOT to do this, but heck, what are grandparents for?). And the Plaid paper is just a natural "fit" with all the sneak peeks I've seen so far from this release!

  54. Those ducks are just so sweet and I am loving all the combinations with the Quilted Backdrop! Such amazing inspiration! I am drawn to all things cute so I guess I would describe my style as clean and cute;)

  55. Oooooh, how adorable are these duckies? LOVE THEM! And it's so fun that they're taking a bath with various other Lawn Fawn critters 🙂 the die is also lovely, very elegant and versatile! I am a rather eclectic card maker, and don't have one distinctive style as such… I do love me some cute critters in scenes, though, lots of glitter, and punny sentiments… Cards for girls and babies are my favourite, as they can be as cute as one only wishes to make them 😉 I guess what comes across most (or hopefully all) of my cards is their neatness – so maybe that's my "style"? 😉

  56. I love the ducks and the quilted backdrop! I think my style is a variety of things. I like interactive, layered, elegant, and cute.

  57. The Quilted Backdrop is my favorite product from this release! I just love it!!! My card style is clean and cute. Cards that make me smile are what I most enjoy creating 🙂

  58. These are so fantastic! I guess my style has some dimension. Die cut, Foam dots, the bix card pop up, now th3 twist and pop up. Scenes on the cards. I make other too but I do especially love those

  59. I usually aim for clean, simple, and unique; aiming to make the card reflect something meaningful to the recipient. Often, I come up with the theme first, and design the card around that.

  60. These ducks are adorable, perfect for so many scenes and occasions. I love to create fun scenes on my cards so these would be perfect! Wonderful inspiration from all the design team, thanks for sharing! X

  61. My husband might say messy as my crafting continues encroaching into our family room! I don't think I could label my style because I'm always trying something new…I'll do anything once.

  62. What gorgeous cards and projects! Such a cute little duckie set!!! And that backdrop looks just like a quilt, so pretty!!!! I don't have a specific craftying style. I do it all, a little shabby, mixed media, etc.
    Jo in Jersey!

  63. my card style is layering – I have some great layering dies and several are Lawn Fawn – especially the Lawn Fawn Hills – I use them a lot in crafting – thanks for showing us these amazing cards! Have a blessed week

  64. Hmmm… gonna make me think, this time. I am a self taught scrapbooker, who is starting to get brave enought to make cards. I like pretty, but I also love cute, quirky cards that celebrate things that stores don't! Love that LawnFawn works with that!

  65. Adorable ducks & that quilted background looks amazing! My cardmaking style varies, as I try to incorporate different elements and personalize the cards to the recipients/occasions. Whenever I try and do a CAS card, it seems to end up being more involved since there are so many things I want to add to it!

  66. What a cute and versatile set! I really like the quilted backdrop as well! My card-making style is a bit eclectic – I like to try many different styles. But mostly, I tend towards cute with lots of coloring or a bit more artsy.

  67. Love this quilted backdrop die! My favorite card style to make is closer to a clean and simple style, though sometimes I like layers. Love this release!

  68. I am loving the ducks, they are darling. My style of card making is a whole mixture. I do cute card, clean & simple, some are more elegant. I find so much inspiration from you and your team. TY

  69. I absolutely cannot wait to get my hands on all of these cool dies! Love, love, love the ducks in the bath and everywhere! I hope the cards I make turn out as cute as yours! Thanks so much for sharing.

  70. My card making style is usually cute or elegant. I also love interactive cards. My favorite is the box card. I love all the new releases especially the Rub-A-Dub-Dub set and Quilted Backdrop!!

  71. All of the designs are so adorable. I don't know if I have any one particular style, however, I do prefer clean bright whites to cream and antique colors and I like brilliant colors more than soft colors but I do work with both.

  72. The Rub a Dub Ducks are so cute!! And all the cards shown today are just too adorable!!! I like to call my card making style Classic. I can do CAS and sometimes go there, but I also love layers and flowers and pearls and sometimes go that way, too.

  73. This set is sooo cute! I absolutely love the Quilted Backdrop, too! I don't think I have a specific cardmaking style. Sometimes I'm CAS, while other times I love lots of layers. I usually make cute cards, but also enjoy making something elegant, too.

  74. I can't wait for pretty much everything in this release! I'm not sure what my cardmaking style would be. I like to use cute critters in most of my cards and usually not too busy. I'm trying hard to learn how to incorporate all the pattern papers I have. LoL.

  75. The ducks are so cute. I don’t know what my style is. I just see something someone else has done and make something similar using what I have that looks like it.

  76. Rub-a-Dub-Dub is so cute – love the jar, Yeti in a the tub, mermaid in a tub, duckies in a tub! So much fun! My cardmaking style is minimalist, mainly through lack of time and patience!

  77. im not sure what my style is, i move from simple to interactive and what not. i do absolutely love the inspiration i get from your intro videos, they always make me want to create something!

  78. I love the new dies! I'd like to think of my style as cute and personalised – I love to add some personality to my little critters with accessories that mimic the recipient of my cards!

  79. The quilted backdrop and rubber ducks are a match made in heaven. They just go together! I don’t think I have one style. I love trying new things. I often think about what the sentiment and the recipient calls for and that’s how I create a card.

  80. I love cute cards with punny sentiments and also gravitate towards clean and simple, usually because time is at a premium. I love the multi-layered, shabby chic style, but haven't really played with that yet. This Rub-a-Dub-Dub set is one of my favorites from this release. Soooo cute!

  81. I love to add lots of layers/dimension, little critters, bright colors and make my cards interactive. I am soooooo excited about the Quilted Backdrop and the duckies because they are so versatile!

  82. I have got to go back and add the quilted backdrop die to my pre-order. It is so pretty, and as for my cardmaking style, I don't really have one unless "Lawn Fawny" is a style because a lot of my cards are just that.

  83. I tend to mix up my stamp sets trying to make something one of a kind. I tend to lean towards the more cute stamps rather than the grown up looking cards…it could be because I have 3 toddlers and it's just the stage of life we're in….maybe one day I'll grow up. nah

  84. Adorable projects!! Love the ducks and that quilted backdrop die!! I don't really know what my cardmaking style is, different styles depending on the card I am making! Some are cute, some are elegant, others are more fun. I try to keep my cards simple and clean.

  85. I am not sure I have a card making style. I am still learning how to do a lot of the techniques and I am trying to use the inspiration on blogs like this and challenges online to make different cards. I guess in the end, I do like having a lot of color. I am looking really forward to this release!

  86. I'd describe my card making style as simple and phun. I like to color and I love puns! The corn-ier the better. No wonder I love Lawn Fawn! Hmmm, has there been a corn stamp yet?

  87. I don't know that I really have a style. Mostly I just try to duplicate things that I see other people do, since I'm not that great at thinking up my own designs. I guess I tend to gravitate to cute stuff, mostly. I love seeing what the different designers have done with the Quilted Backdrop, and Kristin's pop-up box card is so cute! I really like Kelly Marie's lucky duck friend card, too – it's so pretty!

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