Lawn Fawn Intro: Happy Village

Hello and Welcome to our March Inspiration Week! We are showcasing 5 new stamp sets, 4 new standalone die sets and our Gotta Have Gingham Paper Collection! 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 Beam Me Up post!
Our Peekaboo Backdrop post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Happy Village and its coordinating dies! You’ll feel right at home in this happy little village! This is a perfect stamp set to have handy for moving announcements, housewarming cards, and for creating a village scene. The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using this fun 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!

I love Elise‘s bright and cheerful Happy Village card! The sweet little scene she created on the Outside In Stitched Scalloped Circle is perfect for celebrating new home joy!

Melissa M. added depth and dimension to her Happy Village scene with the Village Border die cut from Black Licorice cardstock! The Stitched Cloud Backdrop adds fun detail to the background!

Chari‘s adorable Happy Village terrarium would be an awesome decoration for a Housewarming Party or as a gift to welcome someone new to the neighborhood!

Really Rainbow papers add gorgeous color to Lynnette‘s cheery thank you card! Our new Ocean Sparkle cord provides a sweet finishing touch!

Fun ink splatters and an adorable hand-drawn doodled border add charm to Lizzy‘s new address card! I love how she used the Really Rainbow paper to represent sky and grass, so clever!

Happy Village includes all the cute little images for creating an awesome scene! Elena added our Road Border and Grassy Hillside Borders along with a sunny Gotta Have Gingham background to fill out her charming neighborhood!

The subtle stamping in the background of Yainea‘s Happy Village card adds fun pattern while allowing her beautifully colored images to take center stage!

Latisha‘s CAS new home card features a beautiful wash of watercolor in the background! I love those hot pink doors, they add a fun bit of whimsy!

Elise created a sweet thank you card by combining Happy Village with our Stitched Hillside Backdrop: Portrait!

Audrey‘s card is so totally charming! This little scene framed with a Zig Zag Square looks amazing popped up on the Stitched Woodgrain Backdrop! I love how she used Gotta Have Gingham and Knit Picky papers to create the landscape!

Chari also used a mix of patterned papers to create a homespun look for her cute card! She combined Gotta Have Gingham, Perfectly Plaid Spring and Really Rainbow paper collections!

Jessica used bold color and an inlaid Congratulations Border sentiment to give her beautiful Happy Village card special style!

I love how Kristin used Gotta Have Gingham papers in all the colors to paper-piece her Happy Village images! The strip of Really Rainbow paper is a fun, colorful addition!

I love how Nicole created her happy little scene in a Say Cheese, Again photo frame! The Really Rainbow “Yellow Brick Road” paper brings in lots of cheerful color!

Nichol‘s card is bright and cheerful, definitely a Happy Village! I love the curved design that follows the Simple Road Border!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Happy Village in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or at our You Tube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Happy Village and its coordinating dies. Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about your neighborhood by March 22nd 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, Monday, March 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! 🙂




274 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Happy Village

  1. Even thought I live in a main road. It is meters away from the sea, so it’s definitely a buzzing neighbourhood to live in. We have every first Friday of the month, a few food trucks in the car park just down the street!!
    lovey cards today as usual full of inspiration to create! 🙂

  2. Our neighborhood is very quiet. We have moose, fox, snowshoe hares, and bald eagles in the neighborhood. There is a slough that runs through here and wild strawberries and raspberries grow all summer long. We love our home and our neighborhood.

  3. Love these new home cards. I live in a village in the north of England surrounded by farms and wake to the sound of cockerels in the morning. xxx

  4. Everytime i see your projects i’m like wow i would love to do that! 😀 my neighborhood is rather quiet lots of horses sheep goats and chickens. I live in the countryside

  5. Oh that little village is adorable, I love all the ideas from your Design Team! I currently (temporarily) live in Finland, Helsinki, and my neighbourhood here is lovely in terms of the area (we have parks, playgrounds and shops nearby), however unfortunately not much of a community in terms of neighbours… Where I live normally (Ireland), we have an amazing relationship with all of our neighbours, and I really miss them all! Can’t wait to be reunited again! 😉

  6. Love this set. So cute. My neighborhood is pretty close knit. We have some really good friends to hang out with.

  7. Aww, happy Village is so happy! We moved to Michigan last year, and we love our new neighborhood! Great, friendly neighbors ! Lots of happy folks out walking dogs and biking! Our neighborhood is called Wildwood, and it’s nestled into woods and creeks, with lots of deer, turkeys, birds, and other wildlife. Tucked away, and yet we still have sidewalks and trails that connect us right to our small town, with all the schools and library and shops and restaurants close by. So happy here!

  8. My neighborhood is great because it’s close to everything in a small community. Love this little set and am amazed at how many cute projects were created with it.

  9. Our neighborhood is great! We’re out in the country on a little dirt road surrounded by trees…I love it!

  10. I live on a street lined with little houses on both sides that all look the same. Last year we moved three houses down. It was weird going to all that trouble and ending up in a house that was virtually the same. But, it was worth it for the extra yard! Love the stamp set.

  11. As soon as I saw this set on the preview week I knew I needed this set, all the cards you’ve shown today are such brilliant inspiration for a set of moving/ have moved cards I need to get made. Such bright, bold, cheerful colours used by the team on these fab cards, defiantly got loads of ideas for when my set arrives from my shop that I really on.

  12. Love this set. Such a nice addition to winter village. I love our in the country, so my neighbor hood is mostly trees and grass

  13. What a sweet set. Perfect to make little scene cards! Our neighborhood is a beautiful historic part of Atlanta. Just a few houses down, is famous for being Miss Daisy’s house from the movie, “Driving Miss Daisy.” 🙂

  14. Very cute stamp set. Our backyard looks like a park, we live on a golf course,and we have great neighbors!

  15. All of the cards are just darling! This is a great set. I needed it
    last month when we moved. LOL And I’m here to tell you that I
    will never move again! LOL Would you believe my NEW neighborhood
    is actually the one I grew up in. It’s always been a really nice city
    and my sister lives 2 blocks away. Love it!

  16. All these cards are just fantastic ! I love this stamps set, it’s a perfect match with the previous villages, really awesome !

  17. My neighborhood is in a big city. I occasionally say hi to the neighbors, but don’t know their name or anything. I live in a tall apartment building. I like that there are community parks close by, that supermarkets are really close by, but I could just as easily live somewhere else.
    Love the Happy Village and Winter Village. I’m hoping for little people (like the pirates, but differently dressed) stamp sets to live in all those houses. Or perhaps the fairies can live in them.

  18. These little houses and car are so cute and happy. My neighborhood is where a vineyard used to be. I can grow just about anything in my yard and so can my neighbors who often share their summer vegetables. Thanks LF!

  19. Love these! !! My neighborhood we just moved to its very small. There is only about 10 houses in my culdesac. But we all know each other!

  20. These houses and villages are so cute!! But Chari and her globes of adorable are too much!! She is something special!!

  21. This is an adorable set. My neighborhood is rather small, I live in a very rural area and we are all on 5+ acres, so we are not too close. Most of my neighbors are retired like us, and we moved away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

  22. Another adorable stamp set! My neighborhood has 88 homes in it. We live in a small town compared to some but it’s a college town so we have lots more people when school is in session but summers are very nice and laid back with so many less people in town. Our neighborhood has an association so we are pretty close knit.

  23. Lovely cards and plenty of ideas on how to use the house stamp. Thanks for sharing. Love Lawn Fawn products.

  24. I LOVE this set – we are moving soon, and a lot of our friends will also be retiring from the military this year, so this set will get a lot of use by me! Our current neighborhood has single family homes and townhomes and is very dog friendly. our immediate neighbors are the best – I hope we are as lucky in our new neighborhood! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  25. My neighborhood is spread out because we all live on 10 acre lots, but we come together as a group in times of need. Thank you DT and LF for the inspirations.

  26. My neighborhood is quite small.. we live on a private road 1.5 miles in. On our private road is only a few homes separated by 5- 10 acres each! So we just wave as we pass on the dirt road.

  27. I love my neighborhood, my family and extended family have lived here for 40+ years and even though I’ve moved away a few times this is where I always come home to.

  28. I love my neighborhood. My neighbors are friendly without being too nosy. And, it is quiet without being out in the boonies.

  29. We live in a smaller neighborhood with long-time neighbors! Have some great ideas for cards using the Happy Village set! Thanks for the chance to win this great set!

  30. this little village set is so cute! Wonderful ideas! Out neighborhood is quite small, most everyone is very friendly and helpful. Winter is still hanging on here,so we tend to stay indoors a lot, but spring is just around the corner and people will start venturing outside finally! thank you for your wonderful ideas and videos!

  31. Well, I wish the houses in my neighborhood looked this cute and colorful! I would love to live in a cheery yellow house. Fabulous cards today!

  32. These stamps are cute. I have great neighbors. My neighborhood is basically downtown. The people tend to greet you with a smile and are always helpful and pleasant. We have two large nearby parks within walking distance that are lovely and used year round. We feel it’s a great place to live.

  33. I am loving that rainbow paper on all the cards. Our neighborhood is a quiet one, mostly seniors and lots of dogs!

  34. I love the little houses! This is so appropriate for our community as we live in a 55+ in Delaware and we have people from all different areas starting their new retirements with us. We meet so many new friends and I am always welcoming them with my cards.

  35. Happy Village, another must have 🙂
    I live in a nice little neighborhood, where I know most of my neighbors. It is on a cul-de-sac and we have neighborhood block parties a few times a year.

  36. Love this set! It’s great for so many occasions. Our neighborhood is quiet, filled with many retirees. Nice neighbors and a park across the street. We love it here.

  37. What a great stamp set. My neighborhood is in suburbia, lots of hustle and bustle. I have really nice neighbors. It is great being close to things, but the traffic can be an issue.

  38. We’re in the city, in a cute1903 house that’s largely surrounded by larger and much newer buildings. But we love vintage!!

  39. My neighborhood is quiet but the kids and parents all look out for each other. We’ve lived here for over 20 years.
    Ilove all the Fabulous scenes that were created

  40. Our neighborhood is a small one, we like it that way! That Got to Have It Gingham paper is so appropriately named! I love Chari’s card with the four seasons scenery–just beautiful.

  41. Such a cute set! My neighborhood is great — kids running back and forth to their friends’ houses, walking distance to shops, and lots of nice people.

  42. I live in a great little urban area called Northside. It’s just minutes from downtown and walking distance to the University so it’s really diverse and pretty with parks and nature. I’m so lucky to have access to great food nearby to: Indian, Mexican, Nepalese, Vegan, Thai… just to name a few.

  43. Our neighborhood is right between the 2 schools for our kids. It’s perfect because I don’t have to drive them every day lol.

  44. I’m loving the Happy Village stamp set inspiration! I live in a large apartment community full of deer running around near by in the woods.

  45. I am amazed at how versatile this Happy Village set is! From simple to intricate scene building, paper piecing to creating background paper, so much talent from all the DT! My neighbourhood used to be a Nursery on the edge of town over 20 years ago, so we have wonderful trees and big lots plus great neighbours!

  46. I love the interactive baby card!!!
    My street is very quiet for the most part. It is dark not many lights on it at all. It is a very old part of Roseville. Still in the country but in the city at the same time. My oldest daughter lives right next door to me with 5 of my grandchildren which I absolutely love!!! Our neighbors are nice and we all look out for one another.

  47. Love this Happy Village set!
    My neighborhood is very rural. I look out over a meadow and my neighbor’s yard where I can watch her two Clydesdale horses! Lots of trees and wildlife here. We often have deer in our yard.

  48. This is one of my fave sets from this release! I love it because it reminds me of my own neighborhood! This is the same small town that I grew up in, I have a brick street in my neighborhood with lots of cool old houses including my own! I love the look of old houses with the original old wood and I love to restore “old” things to make them look new again! This stamp set would be a fun way to recreate cards and even scrapbook pages of my neighborhood!

  49. Very cute set…love the little houses and cute car. Our neighbourhood is very nice…especially our street which is a court and everyone is friendly and knows each other.

  50. We have a very busy neighborhood with some people having 4 cars per house! Always kids running around, playing basketball in their driveways or on the street. In fact before we had kids, my husband and I would play badminton in the street in front of our house!

  51. Ack! I LOVE the little village! Great job with the inspiration samples, too. The designers always give me so many great ideas! I live in a nice trailer park which is generally a very nice place but unfortunately, I live next door to some noisy people. But otherwise, I like my neighborhood. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  52. I live in the insanely overpriced Silicon Valley of California, where people mostly keep to themselves and are always on the go!! Our neighborhood is a good mix of retirees, and young families, so when the weather is nice (which is almost all the time) people are out and about: gardening, fixing cars, going for a walk/run, riding bikes, etc.

  53. The Happy Village set is so adorable! I live in a small neighbourhood perfect for families with children. There are school and daycare nearby, grocery store and post office, lake with beach and all surrounded by forest. It’s just perfect 🙂

  54. I live in a village of about 4000 people.
    It’s in southern Illinois and I love it.
    Everything is close – the library, the
    grocery store, and other miscellaneous
    stores. the people are friendly, it’s
    the best of all worlds.
    Love this stamp set. The terrarium
    is darling. thanks to everyone for sharing.

  55. what great cards – so many wonderful ideas – love that these houses are so different – very much like my neighborhood:)

  56. We have lived in a very quite neighborhood in a small town for 32 years. I love to watch birds at my feeders and deer in the backyard. I love all the little village sets.

  57. We live at the edge of a small rural city. It’s nice and quiet with a lot of wildlife to observe. We have great neighbors. I really like the ideas shown for the Happy Village.

  58. I am lucky to live in a neighborhood with great neighbors on all sides of me. I like the great instructions in your videos, they are really helpful to me.

  59. What great inspiration! Just LOVE that really rainbow paper behind the houses. So adorable.
    I live out in the middle of the woods in Michigan with all the birds and animals. =) Not very many houses around me!!!

  60. Our neighborhood is quiet, within a quiet village. Lots of little critters bunnies, chipmunks,squirrels etc. and an occasional deer. This stamp set is amazing and thank you for the video!

  61. This post has given me so many great card ideas for when I get this set 😊 my neighbourhood is in the beautiful Highcliff, in New Zealand. Understably from the name, the suburb is entirely on a hill top above the Peninsula and it has the worlds most amazing views, with dry stone walls bordering most of the properties- it’s also home to New Zealand’s only castle.

  62. Love all the fun, colorful cards using this set! My neighborhood is in the suburbs of Orlando. We have pretty lake views, large lots, and a nice breeze which is important in the Florida heat!

  63. We live in a small naifhtborhood of 20 houses. We have amazing neighbors!!! We do neighborhood cookouts in the summer and visit while the kids play in the cul-de-sac!

  64. I just love this sweet little village! March 11, marked one year in our new (old) house! We moved to the city and our house was built in 1906! We love our street and our neighbors have been so kind and welcoming! We have lots of sidewalks and can walk a lot of places…like the ice cream shop! Thank you for all the opportunities to win cute goodies!

  65. I love the super cute village set!! Adorable projects!! My neighborhood is a walking distance to 2 public library’s (which I love going to), parks and tons of wonderful places to eat!

  66. Spring has sprung and my neighborhood is in full bloom. Everything is beautiful.
    Great job on all the cards today ladies.

  67. We have lived in our neighborhood for 13 yrs. we have sweet neighbors that help each other, look out for each other and get along!

  68. Oh these are so cute! They’d be perfect for a card for my in laws since they’re building a new house

  69. Lovely cards. Loved them all. I live in a very quiet neighborhood. My house is in a corner and sadly my next door neighbor isn’t the friendly kind. But I love living here. I moved here running away from the city and it’s so peaceful.

  70. I live in a traveling carnival in an RV… My neighborhood has rides, good joints, games, and food plus about 30 different kind of living spaces. It’s really kind of fun 🙂

  71. We live in an old established neighborhood. When we moved here we were the young ones on our street, now 33 years later, we are the older with lots of young families moving here.

  72. I love our neighborhood because we rescue dogs and there is so many people in our neighborhood that also do that. So it’s a total dog friendly area. 💛💛💛

  73. This is a really fun set. I’ve been surprised at how often I needed a housewarming set and didn’t have one. This is on my wishlist of things to get next! We bought our first home about 3 years ago and have been amazed at how kind our neighbors next door our. They are so friendly and wonderful. Plus we have lots of dogs in our neighborhood so no one really gets annoyed when our dogs go out and bark because their dogs do the same thing. Dog people are the best!

  74. Such pretty cards! My neighborhood is awesome for walking and biking, and we are close to the zoo and lots of good restaurants!

  75. These are all so adorable!! I love the little houses and really love that super cute little car!! We don’t really live in a neighborhood. We live on 3 acres of land on a “historic road” with a lot of restrictions, so it almost seems like we live out in the woods even though we are right on the outskirts of town. We do have one neighbor right beside us that we know quite well. Sometimes I’d like to live in a neighborhood so our kids could have other kids to play with, but they do enjoy all the space we have.

  76. Again, the versatility of this set is what intrigues me the most! I love the little villages with the peekaboo frame. It reminds me of my old home town 🙂 So cute!

  77. We love our neighborhood. We live near a big park that is well maintained. There is soccer, little league, ect… almost every night of the week. It’s nice seeing families and children enjoying the outdoors.

  78. We live in a quiet neighborhood within walking distance of 2 parks. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.

  79. Such adorable cards with the Happy Village. I love all the different scenes that you can create and for all different occasions. We have lived in our neighborhood for about 25 years now. When we moved in, there were a lot of young couples with children. Now our sons are grown and have their own families now. We are older than many of our neighbors.

  80. Love Happy Village! It’s the kind of place I want to live. 😊 My onwn neighborhood is very friendly – lots of kids, lovely homes with trees and a golf course close by. We’ve lived here 18 years and it’s been a great place to raise our family. 🏡❤️

  81. My neighborhood is right next to a huge 7mile Park, so we walk our dog through it everyday! We’ve met so many people out walking and now some of them have become are best friends.

  82. What great cards! I love those houses. My neighborhood is older and most of the neighbors are nice. We live near downtown so we can watch the fire works at New Year’s Eve from our back door.

  83. I love how versatile all these sets are as well as how you can easily mix and match them. My neighborhood is fairly quiet. We have amazing neighbors and are close to everything we need. Thank you DT for such incredible inspiration.

  84. This is a very cute stamp set. Very versatile and can be combined with your other sets too. I love how you can build off of just a few stamp sets. Great job on this release so far.

  85. I love this set! It would be so cute paired with Winter Village! I love scene building stamps:). My neighborhood is amazing. We relocated to a Florida for Air Force and fell in love with this neighborhood near the bay. Our whole street has quarterly gatherings and parties and the kids can all be seen playing in cul-de-sac together. Every house has a cute wrap around front porch for hanging out and chatting with neighbors.

  86. I grew up in a wonderful neighborhood full of kids and we had such a great time together. Everyone knew everyone. These days, I never see my neighbors. Everyone keeps to themselves. I loved my childhood neighborhood. Such a happy place to grow up.

  87. I live in a neighbourhood of mostly retired people, which is wonderful, because although my husband and I are still young, we like peace and quiet!

    Unfortunately, the house next door was recently bought by a big group of people our age. I say unfortunately, because they do not share our love of peace and quiet. Instead, they like loud parties at 1am 🙁 They come home from from a night of drinking and partying, turn on really loud music, and have a pool party… right outside our bedroom :-/

    So if you see me commenting on Lawn Fawn videos at ridiculous hours of the early morning, that’s why!

  88. Super cute cards! I love the pivot pop-up one especially. A friendly neighborhood is the best place to be. ☺️

  89. I love this set. Any set with tiny little houses! My neighborhood is great. We have a lot of wonderful neighbors and we love the location. Lots of shopping and restaurants close by.

  90. I love this little neighborhood stamp set, so adorable! We recently just moved from a farm out in the country to an apartment in a small downtown community. We live among lots of adorable antique stores and boutiques, there’s so much to see and do:)

  91. My neighborhood is filled with people who truly care for one another. We have an annual Christmas party, attend local events together, and some of us even travel together. Everyone is willing to help out one another when needed. Our neighborhood is the best of all the places I have ever lived!

  92. This is such a fun set! My neighbourhood is a quiet residential area about 10 minutes away from the city. Families take walks in the evening, children play in the streets, and there are several green areas for recreation.

  93. While my own neighborhood is not nearly as cute as the adorable Happy Village set, it is homey and I’m happy here. By the way, this set would make a great addition to my happy crafting experience!! *wink wink*

  94. My neighborhood is surrounded by trees and old Victorian homes. Beautiful for walks and runs, biking, etc.

  95. So many cute cards and Chari is the queen of scenes in glass containers! I live in Sydney, Australia in a suburban area within easy walk of shops, schools, restaurants, the library and a park. It’s a great neighbourhood!

  96. What a great group of cards!

    We have a nice quiet neighborhood with a bunch of grandparents. Before and after school is full of children talking since we live right next to my daughter’s school. Right now the trees and bushes are starting to blossom. I Love the beautiful colors.

  97. Love these cards! There is a church at the entrance of my neighborhood. I live in a very neighborly community.

  98. My neighborhood consists of about 25 homes, each with an acre in the shape of mickey’s head (2 ears are cul de sacs, and a center “island” has 8 of the houses on it. It has it’s own microclimate and surrounded by trees. Our roads are wide and wonderful for walking dogs and riding bikes. It’s pretty heavenly, except for the few houses that are in disrepair and the pot grower next door (stinks to high heaven).

  99. My neighborhood is beautiful – we are nestled within the orange droves – we just bought our very first home and the neighborhood is quiet.

  100. SQUEAL!! Such a SWEET set and AMAZING Inspiration!! I live on a Farm so instead of Neighbor Hoods, we just have Neighbors who’s farms are usually MILES away!! I LOVE my Neighbors and our Country Life!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  101. My neighborhood is one street, a single entry/exit across a bridge. It’s very quite, very friendly neighbors. I would love it if our neighborhood association would let us paint our homes as colorful as the designers did with the cards!

  102. I love our neighborhood because we can walk our boys to school, their little league games, and soccer games. We always know someone when we go out. The boys love being part of the community!

  103. This is such a cute set! I’ve said that so many times about Lawn Fawn stamps and dies, but it’s absolutely true. One of the things I really like about Lawn Fawn is that your sets coordinate so well. It’s so nice that this set can be combined with the snowy village set, and the grass, hills, road, etc. have matching curves. That makes for a good value when buying your products. All the cards are so clever and well done, but I just love Kelly Marie’s four season card using the Peekaboo die and those beautiful plaid papers. Thanks for the great cards and video inspiration.

  104. I really like the four seasons card. Great idea. I live in a small town in the redwoods. But I am very close (40min away) from city life. So, when I need Lawn Fawn supplies I just go “over the hill”. I’m lucky to have a shop where a Lawn Fawn rep comes to teach us some new tricks with your products.

  105. I just love this stamp set! My neighbourhood is a busy one – I live in Hong Kong. Luckily for me though, I live on a quiet tree, lined road and I look out onto trees. I’m a 2 minute walk away from a busy shopping street and subway station – so it’s the best of both worlds

  106. I live out in the country side with one house beside me and fields all around with cows and sheep..I didn’t think I needed this set but after the inspiration I’d love it !

  107. Our neighbourhood is quiet and full of flowers and trees, we live close to the motorway but you’d never guess. It’s very peaceful

  108. We know many of our neighbours quite well and help each other out with watering gardens and collecting mail when on holidays. They are a great bunch.

  109. Wow….such cute ideas. I especially like how you use the stamps in not the ordinary way, but in the glass container.

  110. All these happy little scenes are making my heart go pitter patter!! I love this stamp set so much and how everyone used it! I love how well all of the LF stamp sets work with each other!

    My neighborhood is a great place for my family. The kids have a few friends and since it’s a townhome community I can sit in my garage – which is my crafty space – and watch the kids play right outside.

  111. My neighborhood is very quite. Out in the country with the deer and turkeys. Love all the space and the quite. Lots of room for kids to play and grow. Best place.

  112. I have the Winter Village, I will now have to get this village! I love the Seasons card above the most! All of the cards are happy and bright and very inspiring! Thank you for sharing!

  113. I love this set. I’ve got the Christmas set and just love the houses.
    My neighborhood is ‘eh’. LOL But it’s really conveniently located.

  114. My favourite release stamp set, as those houses are super cute. We live out in the country on a farm, so our nearest neighbour is a mile or so away. But per my son, we have neighbours dog as he comes over a lot. lol

  115. I’m really loving this set after seeing all of the beautiful inspiration!!! You could make such cute cards with these sweet little houses 🙂 I actually don’t really live in a neighborhood I live more out in the countryside! 🙂

  116. Cute stamp set. Where I live I can step out on my front porch and watch the fog raise off the mountains it looks so much like smoke. I have a few close neighbors, but most everyone keeps to themselves. The scenery is best thing about living where I do.

  117. So many great projects! Such a great stamp set. We live in a typical suburban neighbourhood. There’s nothing that really stands out, although with the number of kids around, it’s surprisingly very quiet.

  118. We just bought our home 7 months ago which has been amazing. Our next door neighbor is truly amazing they are super sweet that makes it so much better.❤️

  119. We are blessed with wonderful neighbors and a quiet street in the Midwest! And this stamp set is adorbs by the way!

  120. Love all the projects shown using the Happy Village stamp and dies. I love my neighborhood it is a mix of young and old familes and different cultures. People are friendly and look out for each others houses and properties.

  121. I didn’t think I wanted this stamp set. Now that I’ve seen all the cute card ideas, I have to have it! My favorite is the Peek-A-Boo backdrop with the changing seasons. Too cute!

  122. This really is a happy village! I love that you can use the houses as background or making then the star of a card! Thanks for sharing all these beautiful cards for inspiration.

  123. I love this village set, it’s so stickin’ cute! I live in a college town (Uof I), and we (well at least me and my friends) usually look forward to their school breaks so things aren’t so busy!

  124. Cute houses! Wish I lived in one! Haha! They are so sweet, and more versatile than I originally thought, so I have to add this to the list! Kudos to your designers….great inspiration, beautiful samples and impeccable work!

  125. I love this stamp set! My neighborhood has a lot of trees and plants and the houses have space between that is filled with desert.

  126. Love all the inspiration with this Happy Village set. I moved house last year and living my neighborhood, close to everything with a bit of views. Best part is alost all day sun😄

  127. My neighborhood is quiet, except when you can hear the children playing at the school nearby. I love hearing the joy of children.

  128. We live in the best neighbourhood!!! We know neighbours on every street, everyone walks (with or without dogs) and gardens so we get to chat with a lot of people. We even know our mailman and his wife and have socialized with them a number of times <3

  129. I love my little neighbourhood! we moved here last year and everyone is so friendly – my neighbours always do sweet things such as take in our bins if we work back late, bring over baked goodies. The house across the road as has the friendlist cat that sometimes comes in our house for a little visit!

  130. Everyone’s cards are so bright and cheery! I love all the different ways you have used the set. Keep up the wonderful work!

  131. I live in a neighborhood that is literally on a cliff in the middle of town. We live at the top, and we have a perfect view of the mountains out our front windows. It’s pretty amazing.

  132. I live in Bath – historic Bath of Jane Austen fame – we have Roman remains everywhere, I live in a Bath Stone house (all of the houses in Bath are honey coloured stone), and currently the whole city is covered in snow 🙂

  133. My neighbourhood is small and quiet. Lots of neighbours are always out walking. We’ll occasionally see wildlife walk by as well. This winter we had about 7 deer pass by our house.

  134. I live in the town of Penguin, so our neighbourhood is full of penguins, including a giant penguin statue, and even penguins on our trash cans. A very adorable place to live.

  135. I was totally convinced I didn’t *need* this set… but seeing all the cute inspiration has me rethinking that! I moved into my neighborhood about a year ago. Lots of families and cute kids out riding their Power Wheels vehicles with the first warm day this weekend!

  136. We live an hour northwest of Atlanta in a quiet suburb, in a quiet neighborhood, on a quiet culdesac with plenty of space in between houses. I know my neighbors, but they like their privacy as much as I do. It was ok while my son was growing up and had a couple friends in the neighborhood, but now that he’s getting ready for college, we’re looking at acreage to build on and to expand our home based business on. Our basement has been overrun by the business for a couple years now and we’re busting at the seams. Super cute stamp set and even cuter card samples!!!

  137. I love this stamp set. Our neighborhood is mostly quiet except during the day when the school kids are out and about.

  138. The neighborhood is surrounded by vineyards, it’s quiet and give beautiful view 🙂
    And it’s amazing to see wild animals running in the vineyards

  139. Oh how I love this stamp set! I didn’t include it in my pre-order prior to its release, because my order was already huge with many of your other new releases, but gosh am I regretting that now. Winning this set would totally make my day! My neighbourhood is lovely with beautiful mature trees and really nice neighbours!

  140. My favourite thing about my neighbourhood is that I can walk to almost everything I need from my house. It’s super convenient!

  141. Oh my, I’m in love with this adorable village set! I love all the different ways it can be used. The cards that your designers created make me smile and makes my heart happy!! Thank you for sharing all this amazing creativity with all of us!!

  142. we are moving in June so I would definitely use the little houses for new address announcements!! If I am not chosen as your recipient I will FOR SURE purchase this set <3

  143. I live in a cul de sac with 7 houses. It’s quiet and pretty safe. I’ve left my house unlocked (not by choice) and the garage door open many times and nothing has been taken.

  144. I’m a big fan of yaineas cards!

    My neighborhood hm.. It’s central (you are at the city center within 15 minutes in the subway) you have everything you need near to you (shopping, Banks, schools, a church if you ‘need’ one, playgrounds..) and within 5 minutes from my home you are in the nature near a river. There are no houses with garedens here, mostly very old and middle old houses with flats. There are many families from tvery diffrent cultural backgrounds but I think we all get along pretty well, it’s not like there are big conflicts or you are afraid to go outside at night. I feel pretty safe actually. I’d love to have a house with garden but I love how everything in my neighborhood is so good to reach!

  145. This set is so sweet and useful in so many ways!
    I don’t live in a neighborhood. I live back a narrow country lane with a few neighboring farms here and there. Nothing like a small town! (which is really like one giant neighborhood in the sense that everyone knows everyone and everyone is kind.)

  146. I’m using these stamps to create cards for my brother and for my sister, who are each buying new homes! My neighborhood is quiet and dog-friendly, which we love!

  147. This stamp set is so fun!! My neighborhood is quiet, full of pastel homes, and wonderful. Nice and peaceful. We have woods along one side and have squirrels, bunnies, lots of birds, and sometimes deer! I love it.

  148. I live in the suburbs, and enjoy my neighbors. The only thing I miss is when I was growing up as a child is how friendly my childhood neighbors were, but then again, a lot of the mothers than were stay at home moms, now everyone works it seems like, and you never see them as often.

  149. These are so cute! I grew up in a small village, but now I live in a capital city (in a different country!) The area we’re in at the moment is actually a bit of a rougher area, but there’s a grassy area that we can see across from our window (well, snowy at the moment) and I like that we can look out and see dogs being walked out there.

  150. We have some greenery and the houses kinda look the same. My dogs and I walk to the park close by. This Lawn Fawn stamp set is adorable.
    Elaine Rico

  151. I love this stamp set. I have lived in my neighborhood my whole life (except the time I was in the Army) I have great neighbors that are like family and we watch out for each other.

  152. This set is so cute–I might need it when we move this summer. My current neighborhood is small and friendly, with a great combination of retired couples, families with babies and young children and everything in between. Almost everyone has a dog or two, and in the summer, I sit on my next-door neighbor’s front steps and enjoy coffee while we chat.

  153. These cards are all so adorable. (Apart from the one in the glass closhe, because its not a card 😉) im pleased i dont have to pick my favourite. Thank
    Thankyou for showing them all. Xxx 💜 xxx

  154. My neighbourhood is pretty awesome! Most of us have dogs, so there is a huge dog exercise park around the road so I can take my three fur-babies out to do zoomies! So so cute!

  155. What I love about our neighborhood is that we live across the street from a small park that a lot of our friendly neighborhood kids play. Our doggy loves walking out there and socializing 🙂

  156. Love the monochromatic stamped background with the colored houses popped on top… great ideas for inspiration…

  157. Love the stamp set. I live in the country on a fast road but quite a distance off the road but I still love it.

  158. I love this set!!! This could be used for so many occasions!

    My husband and I moved into our neighborhood to be intentional with our surrounding area.
    We are part of a missional community working together to uplift an area that isn’t loved by many. We love it. We love the people who live here, and everything about our neighborhood!!! We moved in to the area to be part of the solution and to love the people who are here!!!

  159. This village stamp set is incredible! I have great neighbors that help me clear my driveway after massive snowfalls and let me borrow a lawn mower when mine broke this summer. We should all be good neighbors to each other, spread kindness!

  160. I love making cards with scenes and this set couldn’t be more perfect for that. Your DT is knocking the inspiration projects out of the park (as they always do)!

  161. Chari’s terrarium is so cool! I live in an older section of a rapidly growing suburb. The houses on my street have a stream running through the back yards and we back up to a wooded wetlands area, so it’s really nice. Lots of critters around day and night, which I love.

  162. Most of our neighbors aren’t just neighbors, I’d consider them friends. We help each other. my neighbor will keep my plant watered if I forget or my kids will shovel the driveway of our older neighbor. It’s nice to be around people you will look out for you and you can look out for as well. It’s the best neighborhood I’ve ever lived in. I love my minwest town.

  163. We just moved into our neighborhood in the fall so we haven’t really had a chance to meet too many people yet. (Winter in northern Illinois keeps everyone inside). But I love that I have a bigger yard for our dog to run around in and I can have my bird feeder back out that way I can see all the cute little birds that live in our bushes and trees.

  164. My neighborhood is awesome. We have a canal in the back of our house and lots of time we will sit out there to watch the wildlife.

  165. I love our little town and neighborhood! It’s very quiet, safe to walk anytime of day and we have nice neighbors too!

  166. I love these cards! So different and cute! Especially love Kristen’s houses cut from the gingham papers… subtle color, but super sweet! My neighborhood is in a quiet part of our city, still full of folks who take walks and visit with neighbors, unlike lots of other neighborhoods in SoCal. Love that about our community!

  167. I’ve already used Happy Village for a housewarming card for my colleague and friend! 😀 I just adore this set! 🙂 Our neighborhood is fun, with unique older homes in a great part of Austin – we love it so much! Lots of dogs in our neighborhood, too! 🙂

  168. Love this!! Too cute! Our neighborhood is a suburb of San Antonio TX! Luckily, we live just 2 blocks away from our oldest son, his wife, and our new grandson!!!;

  169. I live in a condo complex but right next door is this adorable neighborhood I love to talk walks in- I can’t wait until we have a house that is as cute as these stamps!!!

  170. I love our neighborhood. When I go out for my daily walks I often stop and chat with a few neighbors along the way. Everyone is friendly and nice and we keep an eye out for each other. We live in a really big city and it’s nice to have a suburban feel.

  171. I love all the little village/house sets. It’s so much fun to make a house warming card with them! My neighbourhood is really warm and inviting. It’s up in the mountain in Canada and we don’t get as much snow as the rest of the country. I love pairing the mountains background with the village sets as it totally fits our surroundings

  172. I don’t die cut but do a lot of rubber stamping & some scrapbook pages for our local non-profit Exchange Club. Our primary goal is working to prevent child abuse. I am also on the ‘New Residents Committee’ for where I live . I love the homes that you displayed here & they would work well into our scrapbook .

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