Lawn Fawn Intro: Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On, Reverse Stitched Scalloped Windows

Hello and Welcome to Lawn Fawn’s October Inspiration Week! We will be showcasing 2 new stamp sets, 8 new stand alone dies, 2 new ink pads and a new ink cube pack. All of our Fall/Winter 2018 Release is available now at and at your favorite craft stores!

We already have four places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!
Our Oh What Fun post!
Our Reveal Wheel Holiday Sentiments post!
Our Gingerbread Friends post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On and Reverse Stitched Scalloped Windows dies! Pair this set with Tiny Gift Box to create adorable boxes that are perfect for Christmas treats! This add-on set has everything you need to make a cute deer to add to cards, scrapbook pages and holiday decor! These new die sets in Rectangle, Square and Circle are perfect for adding windows with cute detail to your cards and crafts! The Design Team has made the most amazing samples! And we have videos at the end showcasing some fun ways to use these sets!

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

Melissa‘s card is so adorable! She used lots of bright colorful papers and a sweet Ballet Slippers pink Reverse Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Window to frame the cute Say What? Christmas Critters penguin! I love the cool background she stamped using the little speech bubbles!

Kay added a sweet So Owlsome scene inside a Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Window with a pretty Watercolor Wishes background! I love how she arranged the Happy Fall Line Border with the Knit Picky Fall panel!

Megan‘s amazing Goodie Bags feature our new Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On die set! I just love that these adorable little deer can be used in so many ways! Check out the video below where I show you how to make these festive and fun gift bags!

Kay‘s gorgeous Thanks a Latte vignette looks fabulous framed with a white Reverse Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Window! That snowy blue background is so beautiful!

I love Lizzy‘s beautiful clean and simple card design! The colors she used are so fresh and the gold glitter Outside In Stitched Christmas Trees create an elegant look!

I love that Lizzy die cut the Reverse Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Window from white Woodgrain Cardstock! It adds another gorgeous detail!

Oh wow, Kay‘s Christmas card is so full of happiness and cheer! I love how she layered the Reverse Stitched Scalloped Square Windows and that Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On is just so adorable!

Using a Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Window, Elise created an adorable little Snow Cool penguin scene! The Pixie Dust Sparkle cardstock looks like glistening snow!

Latisha framed her Simply Celebrate Winter village with a Reverse Stitched Scalloped Square Window that also highlights her gorgeous watercolor background! The addition of the Mini Snowflakes is a perfect finishing touch!

Yainea‘s trio of Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On boxes look so adorable! I love how she added the sweet bow and that fuzzy red nose!

Kristin’s Pick of the Patch Halloween card is so clever! I love how she combined the Rectangle, Circle and Square Reverse Stitched Scalloped Windows to create her amazing design!

A Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Window frames the beautiful Snowy Backdrop sky for Elena’s sweet Winter Skies bears!

Lynette added sweet color to her Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On with the string of lights from Cheery Christmas! I love how she added Scalloped Circle as a base for this adorable little gift box!

Kristin, Audrey and Megan created amazing Thanks a Latte designs and framed them with Reverse Stitched Scalloped Windows! There are so many ways to use these versatile stamps and dies!

I love Lynnette‘s adorable card featuring the Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On! The sweet deer looks so cute peeking out of the Large Wreath! The red glitter cardstock from the Holiday Sparkle pack adds pops of pretty color in the berries, bow and Scripty Merry greeting!


The Reverse Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Window adds sweet detail to Megan‘s cozy and whimsical Christmas Dreams scene! Her scene also includes images from Screen Time and Holiday Helpers!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or click HERE to watch  at our YouTube channel.

Thank you for watching!

Our Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On isn’t just for gift boxes! His adorable face looks great as the focal image in Chari‘s lovely card design! She combined Snowfall Backdrop (with an amazing ink blended sky) with Leafy Tree Backdrop and Pixie Dust Sparkle Stitched Hillside Borders! I love how the Chunky Glitter adds to looks of sparkling snow on the tree!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Reverse Stitched Scalloped Windows dies in action and some fun things you can do with these die sets. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or click HERE to watch  at our YouTube channel.

Thank you for watching!

I love how Chari used the layers Reverse Stitched Scalloped Square Windows to tuck in the cute Holiday Helpers and Say What Christmas Critters! It’s such a fun telescoping design with the different window sizes!

Chari‘s adorable birthday card is perfectly framed with the Reverse Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Window and the colorful Bunting Border! The fun scene combines Screen Time, Holiday Helpers and party decor from Party Animal!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On and Reverse Stitched Scalloped Windows dies! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your favorite gift to tuck into a Tiny Gift Box by October 17th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this die set! (If you already own this die set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Tuesday October 16th for our next inspiration week post!

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246 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Tiny Gift Box Deer Add-On, Reverse Stitched Scalloped Windows

  1. Such cute ideas….I especially like the different ways to use the deer add on. That is thinking outside of the box! I use the box for table settings around the holidays and fill them with goodies.

  2. Such cute creations! Little boxes can be handy for holding a lot of things – a little sweet treat, a pair of earrings or a bracelet, some hair decoration, a little piece of make up, or even a little watercolour pan (for a crafty friend) 🙂

  3. Very cute cards! Love the reverse scalloped dies! I like to put candy and sometimes fold up lottery tickets into the Tiny Gift box. 🙂

  4. So dang cute! Every DT member out did themselves today. These projects are absolutely perfect!
    I love putting a piece of handmade, hand dipped chocolate in a Tiny Gift box! Very, very special!

  5. If it was for my brother, I’d put a golf ball in it! lol My sister or SIL, maybe
    some earrings. Lip balm for the nieces. So many possibilities! That deer
    box is simply the most adorable thing I’ve seen lately.

  6. so excited for the two videos today!
    my favorite thing to put in the tiny gift boxes is candy – but that’s because I’ve only used it for halloween! I can’t wait to get my hands on the deer add-on, too.

  7. So cute. I especially love Kay Miller’s card, and the reverse stitched scalloped window. I like to add a few chocolates when I give a gift card in a tiny box.

  8. I like to tuck tip money (in a little baggie) and some candy when I get a massage! My massage girl always comments on how much she loves getting a little treat along with her tip! I made 30 bat boxes yesterday!! Purple and black and white candy corn for all my coworkers will go inside! Love these ideas today!

  9. I am in the Panama City, FL area helping my family with clean up after hurricane Michael. Because there is no electricity (or anything else for that matter) I brought a bunch of my LF stamps and dies to play when we have a little down time to help relieve stress, & boredom and just have some fun.

  10. All of these projects are completely adorable! I love them all! I would tuck the recipient’s favorite candy into that adorable tiny gift box for humans and some Mini MIlk Bone dog biscuits for canines (our dog gives gifts to our neighborhood doggie friends every holiday as well!) Thanks for the chance to win!

  11. My favorite gift to tuck into a tiny gift box is a little homemade scupley heart pin. This new release keeps blowing me away with all the cuteness!

  12. My favorite thing to put in the tiny boxes right now is lego mini-figures. The little guys fit in there perfectly and my kids are thrilled. Candy also work, but the mini-figs are a hit!

  13. Such cute projects today! This release is full of crafty goodness. My favorite thing to tuck into a gift box would be something chocolate that I’ve wrapped in patterned paper. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  14. Oh this is my fave inspiration day yet!! Great projects everyone and so inspirational!! I love that little deer (especially it’s little bum!). These boxes are so great for teacher gifts!! For holidays, birthdays, or teacher appreciation week! I love tucking little treats (CHOCOLATE!!!) into little gift boxes/bags for the kids’ teachers!

  15. What an amazing design team. Love and appreciate all of the inspiration!!!
    Depending on the recipient and the occasion, it would probably be some type of candies – M & M’s or mints to more for a gourmet chocolate.

  16. My favorite thing would be a candy or candies! For Christmas I would put in mini peppermints or mini candy canes! These cards are gorgeous! I especially love Lynette’s, Meagan’s, and Kay’s! Their cards are adorable and awesome!!!!

  17. Wow, the scalloped windows are the perfect frame on a card.
    My favorite little gift to put in a tiny box, is some homemade rocky road candy or toffee, wrapped in plastic first.

  18. So many things fit into the tiny gift box! Lip gloss, jewelry, candy, gift cards, votive candles so many things! Lol That is why I love them, they are so cute and they can hold wonderful treats! Great inspiration today!

  19. The inside out stitched frames are excellent at making a simple card look so good. Love them. For gift boxes, I like to put in homemade earrings with tissue paper. Cute

  20. Everything is just too darn cute…love it all! favorite thing to tuck into a tiny box is candy or maybe a pin or earrings.

  21. I can’t believe I’ve missed noticing the reversed stitched scalloped frames before! So cute!! Such great ideas & such little time!

  22. Oh my gosh, these cards, treat bags and boxes are adorable! My favorite thing to put in little gift boxes—chocolate candy!

  23. I love to put an expensive piece of chocolate (because I love chocolate!!). A nice piece of jewelry works well also.

  24. Love the scalloped windows. I would put my husband’s homemade peanut butter fudge in the tiny gift box to give to a friend.

  25. Great ideas! I think the mini gift box would hold a pair of earrings or some candies and would be a cute way to give a small gift.

  26. Movie tickets with a sweet gift is what I would put in a little box! Awesome creativity, can’t wait to get my reverse stitched scalloped circles!

  27. I made the stacking tree last year for my daughter with a knitting theme. Most of the boxes contained knitting themed gifts. I like to add jewelry (or get some for my own. I love all of the add-ons you have come out with. I love all of the stacking shape dies and would love to see some more ovals.

  28. Great cards, bags, and boxes today! Love those reverse scallop frames!
    Favorite thing to put in the tiny boxes – chocolate!

  29. OMG – First, I have to give love to the amazing designs. You ladies have outdone yourselves this week!!
    Kay – Your Warm Wishes with the “Thanks A Latte” set is gorgeous! Your coloring skills are amazing!
    Megan – I love your Pumpkin Spice Thanks card – “Thanks A Latte” is my favorite set and love your design and colors
    Megan – Your Christmas scene with the kids in front of the tree/fireplace is amazing. So much detail!
    Kelly – I love your bag with the little deer booty on the back. How cute is that!

    I don’t have the “Gift Box Set” yet, but it’s on my Lawn Fawn Wishlist! My girls and I love to make holiday treats for family and friends. This would be an adorable way to deliver them and I know they would have sooo much fun making the little gift boxes.

  30. I have never made that tiny gift box before but when I do I will put m&m’s in it because they come in all different colors for any occasion!

  31. I’d like to put little jewelry or candies in the boxes. I love all these ideas — I’ll be pinning my favorites!

  32. So many adorable projects! I love all the ideas of the other commenters. My favourite to tuck into tiny gift boxes/bags are gift cards. But I do love the chocolate and candy that have been mentioned!

  33. Oh how lovely is this adorable little deer box??!!!! Super cute! Love all the projects again that the team created. Such a talented bunch of ladies! My favorite gift to tuck into a tiny box would most definitely be jewelry and some chocolates! 🙂
    Jo in Jersey

  34. The Christmas Dreams stamps and dies are so stinkin’ cute
    I usually don’t use tiny boxes but I think a homemade ornament would be really nice in one

  35. Love the sweet scalloped frames and the deer box is just too cute! I always seem to need something to slip a gift card or chocolates into.

  36. These are a;ll just darling! My favorite gift is just time with my family. My daughter and granddaughter live across the country so all I want is for us to be together!

  37. Cash or a gift card is my choice for filling a little
    gift box. I never know what to get the kids
    (who are grown-ups) so it’s best to be safe
    with moolah. Fantastic release.
    thanks for sharing

  38. I always have at least 1 gift that doesn’t make it by christmas, I put a print out of the gift in these little boxes!
    I love these Scalloped window dies!!!

  39. I would probably place a gift card or a piece of candy in a small treat box. Great inspiration! Love scalloped anything.

  40. Love the bright and colorful projects. Thanks for all of the inspiration. I love to stash a little cash in small gift boxes. Teens love it!!.

  41. The bag with the front of the reindeer on one side of the bag and his rear end on the other side is hysterical! Love this idea and I have children in my family that will love it too. 🙂

  42. I make 60 tiny gift boxes for my grandkids to give to classmates and friends at Halloween and Christmas. I use the Lawn Fawn dies and stamps to decorate and it is a lot of work, but I enjoy making them and kids love receiving them. They are filled with candy of course.

  43. I don’t normally give tiny gifts, but I guess Hershey kisses or other small candies would be what I would give. Either that or a gift card.

  44. I love all of your products so much and all the people who create that awesome cards!

    I like packing jewlery or some little multi-tools in the tiny gift boxes, for example I gave a bottleopener in the shape of a turtle to my aunt and I packed it in the little gift box that i decorated like a little home (for the turtle) 😀

  45. Cute projects today. My treat boxes are filled for individual taste. Crafty friends would get sequins, glitter, washi tape.
    Girls might get lip balm, earrings and boys a little car or lego and they would all have a sweet treat in them too.

  46. I love to put a homemade treat or candy in the tiny boxes. They can also be used to put a tiny note or message or little clues to find a special hidden gift. The little add-on reindeer is perfect for Christmas treats. I love the scalloped window look with the reverse scalloped window dies.

  47. I love putting truffles in the little boxes I love the reverse scalloped dies and the cards they used them on are so cute thank you for sharing

  48. In a tiny gift box I like to put in a small tea tin (one from the David’s Tea sample box) and a little chocolate. Or I crochet baby slippers and put them in if they’re not too bulky for a cute add on baby shower gift. I love all the different ideas everyone has come up with. It’s fun reading the comments after enjoying a great post of fun creative ways to use the inside out dies!

  49. The Reverse Stitched Scalloped window dies are perfect for holidays and very festive for birthday cards. I like to tuck tiny handmade tea bags into the Tiny Boxes. I also add the tea leaves to a mesh-like bag, tie it with a ribbon and then include it in the Tiny Box with a note to the recipient.

  50. Love the different uses for the tiny box deer add-on. Love it when a die serves multiple purposes. Since my daughter and I both have Pandora bracelets, I would put a charm into the box.

  51. Candy + money are perfect for the tiny gift box. These are the cutest projects! Thanks to your design team for sharing.

  52. Such cute ideas! Love seeing the creativity. My favorite thing to stuff in to a tiny gift box…candy, of course!

  53. These are adorable creations!
    I like putting candy in little
    gift boxes, especially for
    the holidays.
    Carla from Utah

  54. The deee tiny box add-on is just too cute! I also love the reversed scalloped window dies too! The DT did a wonderful job on their examples. I would tuck a homemade truffle or spiced nuts in the tiny gift box!

  55. I love, love, love these cards! I have so many ideas for my holiday cards. My favorite gift to give in small boxes is probably the gift my mom asks for each year. She doesn’t want or need anything, so her wish is for us to adopt a senior, or find a charity or charities to donate to. We can write the name of the charity or program that we donate to on a piece of decorative paper and place it in the box with a hershey’s kiss or something like that.

  56. I love to use tiny boxes for handmade sweets :-).

    And all the cards are soo adorable <3! This deer is just too cute 🙂

  57. Love today’s projects! You guys are amazing! Chocolate treats would be my favorite thing to put in a tiny treat box. Chocolate almonds preferably.

  58. Yet again, dazzled by the creativity! Cute AND classy, projects, all! A dear friend makes beautiful ‘healing’ bracelets from a variety of stones/gems; the tiny boxes would be perfect packaging for these!

  59. These are the cutest!!! I’m in love with Kristen’s pick of the patch card …. I’d love more details on how she did it.
    I think a single Godiva chocolate would be perfect in a tiny gift box!

  60. I love to make homemade chocolates or homemade baked goods to add to my beautiful bags or boxes. (Especially French macaroons) This deer is so adorable and I love how versatile it is!

  61. Every time I think I have all that I need for papercrafting, you release another new product that I didn’t realize I needed! These windows are SO fun!! My fav gift for a tiny gift box is a handful of LEGO bricks (or an entire LEGO Minifigure)! 😀

  62. Omg…deer box is SO AMAZING!!! My favorite gift for a tiny gift box is probably candy…but if it’s a girl, probably something girly, like a little lip gloss or nail polish!

  63. Your design team is unbelievably talented! I love each and every creations here!
    My favorite treat to tuck in a gift are chocolates!

  64. Everything is so cute ! I’d like to put some homemade treats into tiny gift boxes. Thanks for the opportunity to win. Love, Marjorie

  65. My favorite tiny treat is chocolate of course but I would not say no if a fresh strawberry was tucked into the chocolate, YUM! The deer with the flocked paper is super adorable!

  66. I loved the halloween themed card! Okay, so favorite thing to tuck into a tiny gift box would be tiny candies or homemade jewelry.

  67. I might be kind of boring but, I would definitely use the gift box for gift cards. My kids are young adults and they really appreciate GC to eateries.

  68. I would put either candy or tiny cookies. Trail mix may be a good option. Tiny baked bones for family pets would be nice. Gift cards for adults…wow, I could go on and on.

  69. Such cute projects from the DT! My favorite things to put in tiny gift boxes are treats. They’re the perfect sizes for little candy bars.

  70. I would usually put candy in a tiny gift box, but there are so many possibilities for more unique and personalized treats! I really like Lizzy’s card – it’s not my usual thing (I tend to go for lots of cute animals!), but it’s so classic and looks great. I also like Chari’s telescoping card idea – I can just picture it crammed with cute critters instead of elves!

  71. I would stuff my gift box with slips of paper reminding the individual of special shared memories! What fun this would be any time of the year!

  72. Love all of the cards using the reverse scalloped windows! Can’t wait to get mine and start making cards! Who wouldn’t love chocolate in their tiny gift box???? I wouldn’t say no…

  73. My favorite little gift is a Hershey Kiss (preferably the kind with almonds…if I don’t eat them all before they make it into the boxes).

  74. We will surely find family members who will delight in the boxes and reverse stitched scalloped windows this Christmas. Perhaps the boxes will make good county fair entries next year!

  75. Why not place a note that has a memory of special times with the recipient? It would warm their hearts and bring a smile to their face!

  76. What a fantastic combination of the gift box and the reversed stitched scalloped windows! It is so creative and will be fun to create many special presents!

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