Lawn Fawn Intro: Some Bunny, Stitched Garden Border, Little Flowers + Happy Easter Line Border

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 four places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Our Rub-A-Dub-Dub, Quilted Backdrop post!
Our Pivot Pop-Up post!
Our Scalloped Treat Box Spring House Add-On, Tiny Gift Box Bunny Add-On post!
AND today’s post too! 🙂

Today is our showcase of Some Bunny, Stitched Garden Border, Little Flowers and Happy Easter Line Border! Some Bunny stamps and coordinating dies are great for Easter, friendship cards, and “i love you” cards. Stitched Garden Border has cute veggies that you can tuck into the slots to create a garden with plants peeking out of the ground! Little Flowers let you tuck flowers into the flower pot for an arrangement perfect for any occasion! The flowers in this set also look great tucked into Stitched Garden Border. This “Happy Easter” sentiment is a simple and cute way to wish someone Happy Easter! Its delicate shape gives you lots of flexibility when adding it to cards and crafts.

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!

Some Bunny and Stitched Garden Border play so nicely together on Lizzy‘s sweet card! I love the Perfectly Plaid Spring “sky”!

Chari‘s card is adorable! I love the cute carrots from Stitched Garden Border hanging above the jumping bunny!

Lynnette‘s Some Bunny Easter card is filled with fresh Perfectly Plaid Spring color!

Elise‘s stunning card features rainbow daisies from Little Flowers! I love how she layered the Quilted Backdrop over a Really Rainbow panel for more great color! This card inspired my card for the intro video below!

Jenn‘s adorable card shows how perfectly Some Bunny coordinates with Stitched Garden Border! I love the bold Gotta Have Gingham backdrop!

I love how Yainea changed things up with vertical column of Stitched Garden Borders! Her card is is so cute and clever!

Elise‘s card uses bright colors of cardstock to create a whimsical garden scene for the Some Bunny critters!

Elena combined the cutie from Easter Party with the little garden from Some Bunny to create her totally adorable friendship card!

Audrey‘s Easter card is so stunning! I love the beautiful wash of watercolor in the background and how she highlighted the bunny with the Easter Egg Frame!

The Some Bunny critters and carrots look right at home in Nicole‘s cute garden scene!

Latisha made an adorable egg-shaped card with a sweet Some Bunny garden!

Chari‘s Easter card is delightful with carrot-filled grid of Dotted Rectangles layered on a Quilted Backdrop!

I love Lynette‘s gorgeous Easter card! She filled the egg with colorful Little Flowers daisies! She also embellished with greenery from Spring Sprig and the cute bunny die from Scalloped Treat Box Spring House Add-On!

I love the look of lattice that Lynnette created by layering 2 Stripey Backdrops! It makes the perfect addition to her Little Flowers Mother’s Day card!

I love this cute card by Jenn! She made sweet Some Bunny vignettes using our new Peekaboo Backdrop!

Here’s a video to introduce Some Bunny and show you some fun ways to use this stamp set! You can watch the video here or at our YouTube channel.

Thank you for watching!

And now I have a video to introduce Stitched Garden Border and Little Flowers! I’ll show how to use these die sets to make cute cards! You an watch the video here or at our YouTube channel.

Thanks for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Some Bunny, Stitched Garden Border, Little Flowers and Happy Easter Line Border! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us if you like to garden and what you like to grow by February 21st at 5:00pm ET, 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, Monday February 19th 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:
Some Bunny stamps and coordinating dies
Stitched Garden Border
Little Flowers
Happy Easter Line Border
Perfectly Plaid Spring paper collection
Really Rainbow paper collection
Gotta Have Gingham paper collection
Quilted Backdrop
Outside In Easter Egg Stackables
Easter Egg Frames
Happy Easter Line Border
Thanks Line Border
Easter Party stamps and coordinating dies
Ocean Sparkle Lawn Trimmings cord
Glue Tube

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


304 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Some Bunny, Stitched Garden Border, Little Flowers + Happy Easter Line Border

  1. I live in North Pole, Alaska, so our growing season is a little short. We will be starting our garden indoors next month. We grow peppers, cauliflower, corn, tomatoes, and herbs. The moose got almost all of my cauliflower last year. At least they seemed to enjoy it! Haha

  2. Oh! All are so pretty cards!
    I am an indoor plant lover as I don't have space for outdoor gardening. I love to seed some rose plants with fragrance everywhere and for greenery a Tropical plant would work great and i.e. Areca palm a thin yellow-green leaflets with an elegant look. This palm tree, with its long, graceful feather-shaped fronds, will add a tropical feel to my home!

  3. So many pretty cards today! I try to garden but I'm not very good at it. Recently I've been growing cacti and have a very happy spider plant producing babies.

  4. Goodness gracious, these are all so darling & precious!
    Me … I have a black thumb. But my hubby has a very green
    one. He does the art of Bonsai and he's very good! And I
    get to reap the rewards of his efforts. 🙂

  5. Wow I Love this Set so many great ideas! I think I will try and make a picnic scene with pull up carrots and plants. My kids and I have tried to grow sunflowers, Our garden doesn't get much sun so they were not the happiest flowers. We are so good at growing cress heads though!! bring on the release date!!

  6. Adorable cads!!!!
    WE normally always have a garden. WE love 9 different varieties of tomatoes ( one is called a jelly bean tomato just for our grandson Jacob) , squash, egg plant, green onions, sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkins, watermelons, krenshaws, okra, bell peppers, ( red, green, and yellow), Chili peppers, Lettuce. I know I am missing a lot of other things but I 'm sure you understand.

  7. So super cute! I just love those sweet bunnies:) I do not have much of a green thumb but I do like to plant annuals to add some color to our flower beds each spring/summer.

  8. More sets full of cuteness! These are just adorable! I do have a garden. I can't say I LOVE to garden but I do enjoy growing a few things that we can eat and some flowers to make my yard look better. We mostly grow tomatoes, peppers, zucchini and basil. Sometimes a few other vegetables if the deer will leave them along. LOL.

  9. The only kind of gardening I do is with my Lawn Fawn sets! I do NOT like to garden though I did try it once. I don't have the knack or interest so everything died. I'll stick to purchasing my fruits/veggies from a CSA.

  10. I don't do a lot of gardening, but some years ago I planted some daffodils and crocus. Every year for spring, the flowers bloom and it make me happy 🙂

  11. I would love to garden except worms and snakes scare the daylights out of me! If I could garden, I would grow lots of flowers! I'll just have to make cards with bunnies gardening for me instead! LOL

  12. I love these spring cards! Just like getting all inky while making cards I like to dig in and get all dirty while gardening. I usually plant lots of flowers in my flower beds and pots. And I have had a few veggies in the past, but I’m excited to actually have raised vegetable beds this year since we moved into a new house in the fall that has a bigger yard for me to play with.

  13. Love the cute bunnies and all the lovely spring like cards! I’m not much of a gardener and I currently live in an apartment, so not much opportunity for gardening either 😉 but I do like growing my orchids at home, and I also love my basil plant 😍

  14. I want, I need, I have to have the Stitched Garden Border!! I love to be outside in the warm Spring sunshine and gardening is a favorite hobby. I may not be too successful at it, but I keep trying.

  15. I Can't Wait To Get The Flower Pot die. I don't like gardening at all, but I've been getting some really pretty hanging baskets in the spring/summer. but I love playing with my dogs out side in the back yard

  16. I love these bunnies they are so cute! We have four raised garden beds in our backyard that we grow peas, tomatoes, zuchinni, cucumber, peppers, pumpkins, and lettuce in every year. Someday I might be brave enough and branch out to plant different vegetables, but that is what we have tried so far.

  17. I love to grow tomatoes for canning. I have the best pics of my daughter when she was younger helping me Mary tomatoes with her hands. I love the bunny set.

  18. Hands down – Lawn Fawn has the cutest critters in town! I am not a gardener – my hobbies are all indoors. Since my husband retired though he has started gardening in some raised beds he built. Snap peas are his favorite and most successful crop.

  19. I don't garden. My husband and daughter like to. In their gardens would always do corn, tomatoes, cucumbers and a few other vegetables my daughter would like. I guess the garden was really hers.

  20. Fabulous cards and projects by the DT!! I love gardening!! I grow Dahlias and help my mom with her flowers as I don't have my own place to grow stuff yet.

  21. The Stitched Garden Border is inspired! I wonder if you could stick flowers in so they could be "picked", discover a small message / heart / ? on back, then put back in the garden?

  22. All these new products are SO cute! And I love the samples by the designers – adorable and creative! I don't like the work of gardening but I love having flowers around. I'm planning on putting in some lilac bushes by my deck. Thank you for the chance to win!

  23. The bunnies just can't help loving them! My backyard has a family of bunnies that lives under the shed here so we often watch the little family play around my backyard. These sets remind me of this! Can't wait til they come out!

  24. Love the sweet bunnies and the stitched garden! I like growing cucumbers, tomatoes, jalapeños, strawberries and green peppers. Last year I did a mini herb garden and loved it!

  25. At 77, I've given up most of the gardening duties.
    I cut the grass with a riding lawn mower and use
    the weed wacker. Other than that, the yard is
    fairly plain. thanks for sharing

  26. My family enjoys gardening. We do vegetable and flower gardening. We also love having a wildflower garden and are currently planting bee loving plants throughout our yard because we want to start beekeeping 🙂

  27. I enjoy growing my own vegetables–there's nothing quite like fresh tomatoes from your garden warmed by the sun and that gorgeous smell of fertile earth digging out your own potatoes! Love all the Spring goodness in the DT's projects–bring on the bunny!

  28. I love gardening but my arthritis doesn't so my hubby keeps are home and garden pretty!! These sets are so adorable!! I don't know how i will every decide what to get!! Plus the card stock! Love it!1

  29. Gardening is not my thing, but I love the herbs and flowers we have around the house. Luckily for the plants, my fiance is responsible for their care. My parents and his parents both have elaborate gardens, one with ponds and palm trees and the other with veggies and flowers. I love spending time in either garden.

  30. How darling all
    these cards are!
    Love the bunnies.
    I love my Strawberry
    pot. They keep coming
    back each year and I
    have a couple to eat
    almost everyday.
    Carla from Utah

  31. I love all the cute bunnies! All of these projects are SO adorable! Since I broke my back in two places, I am not much of a gardener. I do love to admire the gardens of others though. Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  32. I love these new dies. I never used to like to garden, but last year decided to try again after many years and actually for the first time ever had some success. I think it's fun to grow your own food. This year I'm planning on adding flowers to my yard as well.

  33. You guys are absolutely outgoing yourselves with this release!!! I'm not a gardener but just bought a house with a veggie garden – so that could change!!!

  34. I so enjoy seeing what ideas you ladies come up with! I do love to garden, flowers & some veggies, but have pretty much had to give it up due to a big problem with deer.

  35. I love the idea of a beautiful lush garden, but unfortunately, I didn't inherit my parents green thumb (I even killed my cactus at one point!). However, I do have a thriving mini herb garden with spring onions, chives, mint and rosemary in my backyard. I suspect that my partner has been tending to them, but I love the easy access to fresh herbs when I'm cooking!

  36. I really do not garden, but do keep one houseplant alive. I have an African Violet that I have kept alive for 18 years. Love the many cards and ideas for the new release! So many wonderful ideas.

  37. When I was first married, I used to plant flowers and help with landscaping at our first home. Twenty-two years later, my husband has taken over the landscaping work – I figured out a while ago that he could spend hours more than I could outside! Indoor paper flowers are more my speed now. 😏 thanks for sharing these lovely springy projects!

  38. Fabulous group of cards!! I love the sentiment about Friends being flowers!! So sweet.

    I love growing my sunflowers. They are so bright and cheery!! Cherry tomatoes, raspberries and blueberries are my other favorites!

  39. I absolutely love gardening! It's my favorite thing to do through the Spring and Summer months! I stick to flowers, both annuals and perennials. I also do a little container gardening. I want as much color as possible because the Winter months are so blah!

  40. sadly my idea of gardening is throwing seeds in dirt and seeing what happens with not a lot of tending but i like to grow herbs like basil to toss into salads and pasta and such!

  41. I do like to garden!! Every year I plant flowers at the mailbox and along our steps – I choose new kinds every year and we also have a tomato garden! Nothing like home-grown tomatoes in the summer 🙂

  42. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE to garden 😍💕💞!!!! I have all sorts of different things I like plant, my favorites are Mint,Dalias,corn,Green beens if I listed all my favorites my list would go on and on😃. Today's release is fabulous!! Thanks LawnFawn!!

  43. I do like to garden, I like growing flowers and to have a small vegetable garden with tomatoes and peppers. would love to grow pumpkins, but I don't have the space.

  44. Oh, my goodness, so cute!!! I love all the adorable bunnies!! I would love to have gorgeous gardens, but honestly, I hate gardening! Dirt, bugs, worms, snakes, yuck! I do have a couple flower gardens, but the thing I grow best is strawberries! Mostly, I think, because I don't have to do anything except pick them!

  45. Fantastic creations!! Love the adorable bunnies 🙂 I love to have a garden full of roses! My mom has a garden with different varieties and colors of roses and I just love being there 🙂

  46. These cards are so cute! I love to garden and right now my yard is full of pansies, petunias, geraniums and begonias. It’s been really warm in Phoenix this winter and everything is growing like crazy!

  47. I really enjoy flower gardens but am not so good at taking care of them!lol! This is such a great release! A gift certificate would be a great help in getting some of the "must haves" from the release!!!

  48. Yes, I like to garden. I mostly grow flowers, but always have a little yellow tomato plant. Must be why one of my favorites from today is the Stitched Garden Border. Wonderful inspiration samples.

  49. I love all of the inspiration by the awesome DT! I'm in love with the small flowers, they are adorable! Thanks for the chance! I love gardening! I have herbs in my window sill all year long and bed flowers from April to Nov. Thanks for the chance!

  50. I am not into gardening that much, it’s mostly my husband who takes care of our plants. We don’t have a garden, but we grow our herbs on the balcony of our apartment. 🙂

  51. I often try to garden but I have a black thumb of death so it usually is a waste of time and money. This year I will be planting several varieties of tomatoes and some corn- fingers crossed that my thumb will finally turn green!!

  52. This is a great inspiration and release week. I really like the stitched garden border. I love to garden! My parents have land that we plant on every year. I like to plant all types of peppers, sweet potatoes, okra and tomatoes

  53. Oh its so adorable, can't decide if i love the bunny set more or the one with the kids corstume! The bunnies would fit bettter in my collection but the corstumes would be something new ♥

    I'd like to garden, but i have no garden. i used to garden with my granddad but he passed away in June 2016 and I really miss him and the gardening, beeing outside in the sun with him feeling the grass on the naked feet. He loved to walk around barefoot the grass with dew in the morning, but he always reminded me to water the plants after sunset so they wont get bruned.

  54. This is my second spring in my new house and I'm so exited to get my garden going! Veggies and flowers – last year I tried halloween pumpkins. Not a success, but fun all the same 😀

  55. I do not have a green thumb – therefore, I do not garden -those lovely plants DIE on me all of the time – however, my husband is great at outdoor flowers and such – love his work and he loves to do that – thanks for the lovely Spring creations – and for an opportunity to win a prize too – blessings

  56. SQUEAL!! SUPER SWEET Projects and Videos!! LOVING the New Release!!
    I LOVE the garden now, but it was one of my least favorite things when I was growing up!!
    We plant alittle of everything!! Living on a Farm makes that alittle easier!! 😉
    THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  57. Unfortunately I do not have a green thumb so I leave the gardening to my mother in law. Thankfully she likes to share : )

  58. These are all so cute. I do have a garden. I'm not great at it but I manage to get some veggies. I'm not sure if it's me or the soil (even though they're raised beds). Or maybe both. LOL
    However, I do have flowers that grow like weeds. Apparently there are certain ones that love the sandy soil I have and just sprout up wherever they feel like! I've got irises that pop up in lots of odd places. And my creeping phlox is jumping – forget the creeping! LOL And I sometimes find rogue lupines.

  59. I love these cards! I can see these with a little package of seeds as a teacher gift or just to someone who loves to garden! I love gardening. In our backyard we grow strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, Mr. and Mrs. Honeyberry, grapes, blackberries, peach trees, and a cherry tree. Then there's the vegetables. But mostly I like to make cards! 🙂

  60. Adorable projects, love the new release, so much possibilities! I would like to garden, but just don't have a green thumb =( Would still love to try, next up will try lavender!

  61. I do not garden. I've tried, but pretty much anything that we can get to grow here becomes deer salad. Also, I'm terrible at growing things. My black thumb is notorious and sad. :/ But I really like pictures of flowers! Those last much better.

  62. I love the Little Flowers. I have several raised beds that I raise vegetables. Will be planting spinach and lettuce soon. Nothing better than fresh veggies from the garden.

  63. I do enjoy gardening. We do a vegetable garden, zucchini, carrots, tomatoes, peppers & cucumbers. The favorite though is probably our raspberry patch.

  64. Love this stamp set and garden dies! I like to think I can garden but I'm not awesome at it. We plant in deck boxes. Mostly tomatoes, celery, peas, hot peppers, and flowers.

  65. I'm torn about gardening. My dad is a GREAT gardener and seems to know how to bring plants back from the brink of death (and more importantly, how not to let them ever get that bad). I would like to be good at it and like it since I tend to like his gardens…. but I am HORRIBLE at it. It's usually my plants that he is trying to bring back from the brink of death. So at this point, I tend to rely on plants that don't require me to survive. At least with this set, I will be able to grow something!

  66. These new sets are just adorable! I do not have a green thumb. Everything I plant dies because I don't know how to take care of plants. My Dad does have a green thumb and he has the patience to grow vegetables and water them various times a day. Maybe I should learn a little something from him.

  67. I LOVE these bunnies. LOVE LOVE LOVE them!!! I do like to garden (in fact, my blog started as a gardening log), and I love the taste of fresh produce–especially tomatoes and cucumbers. I didn't have a garden last year and it made me kind of sad! I'm going to have to decide about this year– the deer and the squirrels wreak havoc on my little plot…

  68. Oh that garden border die!!! I love to garden but mainly flowers here, fruit and or veggies not a good idea where we are. We don't want to attract to many animals as long as our sweet doggies lives here.

  69. These stitched garden boarders (especially) are making me deliriously happy!! So cool! And those rainbow flowers?!? Does it get any better, I ask you?!?

    I love gardening. I’m not very good at it (haha) but I love it!!

  70. We love gardening so much that we started a green house this winter. We have enjoyed tomatoes, lettuce, chard/spinach, herbs, and even flowers throughout the winter season! We love growing, and this is one of my favorite sets this release. The watering can totally got me! 🙂

  71. I love all these spring and Easter cards. I love to garden… until it gets too hot. We grow strawberries, raspberries, potatoes, onions, peppers, tomatoes, herbs, cucumbers, and butternut squash.

  72. Such adorable projects!!! Oh my, what a fantastic release!!!
    I don't have a green thumb at all with flowers and such, but I can grow my own herbs and spices in my kitchen! Love to grow rosemary, thyme and sage!
    Jo in Jersey

  73. I like to container garden on my tiny apartment patio. My most favorite thing to grow is Black Seeded Simpson lettuce because it seems like that is the only thing I can consistently grow with success! Very tasty on tuna sandwiches. Chives and I have also been making friends the past couple of years. Hopefully we'll be friends this year too and I can continue to enjoy them in omelettes. P.S. I never realized that I *need* plaid carrots until today's post.

  74. Really cute bunnies, and I love the garden theme. I live in a community that doesn't allow personal gardens, but I do grow little tomatoes and peppers in large pots and herbs in window boxes. It's beautiful outside today here in Delaware and I can't wait to get out and grill.

  75. I like the idea of gardening much more than I like the actual work of gardening! I did grow some vegetables the year before last, and I'd like to try growing some more this year. Hopefully I'll have some carrots, radishes, lettuce, and sweet peppers this year, maybe some beans if I can get trellises up, and I'd love to get some watermelons and mini pumpkins too. I'd love to grow potatoes, but they seem to require a bit more prep work than just sticking a seed in the ground, so that probably won't happen. Loving all the cute bunny cards being showcased today!

  76. I love having a backyard and a small garden and I like the idea of gardening but in all honesty I use it mostly to play with our dogs, to zip coffee in against the wall of our house on an early spring afternoon, and to read books in when it’s nice and warm outside.

  77. I love this spring reveal. My husband and I garden together. We grow flowers. After a long cold and snowy winter we look forward to getting outdoors in the sun. We love looking at the colors that the flowers bring us.


  78. I love all the inspiration here. Unfortunately, I do not have a green thumb, I leave the gardening to my husband. I prefer to stay and my craft room and grow my projects. Love all of your products, especially your little flower pots.

  79. Absolutely amazing, great job Design Team! I just love how the Design Team puts it all together with the new paper, stamps and dies! I love to garden and have a flower garden, lots of pots and even tomatoes in pots on my deck, however the challenge for me is keeping up with pulling weeds!

  80. I love love love to garden and my favorite thing to grow is heirloom tomatoes. My mom has the most adorable pigmy bunny colony living on her ranch and they are always up to mischief in her garden, but they are a rare species in this area and she doesn't have the heart to get rid of them. 🙂 These cards remind me of that.

  81. I love to garden! We have many raised garden beds where we grow tomatoes, peppers, snow peas, green beans, beets, lettuce and lots and lots of herbs and beautiful flowers!

  82. I love love love love love the little flowers die set- that is absolutely at the top of my list for this release. I live in an apartment so I do not have space to garden- but when that changes, I can not wait to grow tomatoes! 🙂

  83. I like to garden even though I don't really have a green thumb. I do like to grow herbs and succulents since they don't require a lot of water as southern California is in a drought!

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