We Wish You a Very Fawny Holiday Week 2018 {Day 2}

Hello everyone! Welcome to our special Fawny Holiday Week! This week is all about getting ideas for the upcoming Holidays! We have fun ideas, giveaways and videos! (Make sure to comment for a chance to win a stamp set and coordinating dies of your choice and a Knit Picky Fall 6×6 pad!)

We will be featuring Lawn Fawn Holiday products this week, both old and new! Woohoo! And, we also have team members (Fawnies) from Lawn Fawn Headquarters and our Lawn Fawnatics Design Team joining us for extra inspiration! I can’t wait to show you all of these gorgeous projects!

Let’s check out some awesome samples! Today Mindy shares a super fun video tutorial showing how she made an adorable Slide on Over card with Oh What Fun!  You can watch the video below, or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you for watching!

Mindy’s Slide on Over design is just perfect with our new Oh What Fun mini set! I love how she filled the cute scene with images from Say What? Christmas Critters, Ready Set Snow, Winter Skies and Home for the Holidays!

That ink-blended winter sky is amazing! She blending Peacock Feathers and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide inks on Bristol cardstock for a really smooth blend!

Karolina’s beautiful card uses die cuts to wish a Merry Christmas! I love how she used Tag You’re It as a background for her greeting that combines Scripty Merry and part of the Merry Christmas Border die! She die cut multiples of the Large Wreath branches from Noble Fir, Cilantro and Holiday Sparkle green glitter cardstock to tuck behind the tag and finish off this festive card!

Kay‘s amazing Christmas card scene starts with a frosty, leaf-less Leafy Tree Backdrop: Landscape and a Stitched Hillside Border! She filled in the happy scene with images from Winter Village, Winter Skies and Say What? Christmas Critters! She added more fun with “poinsettias” from Happy Harvest and gift packages from Toboggan Together and Cheery Christmas!

Franci got really creative and made a super fun tall card with three cute scenes featuring the Hay There farm critters! The trees are from Snow Day and the fun buffalo check letters are Cole’s ABCs!

The sweet little Santa hat can be found in our Baaah Humbug stamp set!

There is something just so whimsical about a bunch cute little critters! Melissa M filled a Peekaboo Backdrop with a blustery winter scene and filled the windows with critters from Say What? Christmas Critters, Wild for You and Snow Cool! Our Stitched Windy Backdrop adds the swirly look to the wintry sky!

Samantha C. used papers from last year’s Knit Picky 6 x 6 paper pad to create an adorable background for her 2 layer tag! The adorable woolly sheep from Baaah Humbug is holding a perfectly coordinating gift package! The sweet sentiment is from Tiny Tag Sayings!

Our Winter Sparrows are signing a greeting of season’s tweetings here on Lynette‘s charming card design! She used Happy Mail and Birch Tree dies on a Stitched Hillside Backdrop to set a snowy winter scene! The mailbox is filled with Toboggan Together gift packages made more festive with some Deck the Halls pine boughs! Lynette finished her card with sparkle using Prisma Glitter!

Samantha M is back today with another super cute CAS card design! This time her coloring shines on these sweet images from Christmas Dreams!

Jessica‘s shaker Say What? Gift Tags are glittered with gold Holiday Sparkle cardstock and gold-filled with tiny micro beads! I love how she colored the Say What? Christmas Critters in colors to match her amazing ink splattered background! These festive tags go perfectly with the Small Stitched Envelopes that have been sprinkled with a bit more shiny gold!

Debbie paired our adorable Oh What Fun stamp with a fun greeting from Winter Scripty Sentiments on a 4-Bar size Hippo Notecard! That’s an Stitched Scalloped Square framing the cute sleighing bear!

I hope you have enjoyed this fun look at some of our Holiday sets. Tomorrow we have another fun Fawny Holiday celebration! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment sharing a favorite holiday cookie by November 17th at 10:00pm EST, and we will randomly pick one winner for a stamp set with coordinating dies of their choice and a Knit Picky Fall 6×6 Petite Paper pad! Post about our Fawny Holiday Week on social media and leave another comment for another chance to win!

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Wednesday November 14th for our next Fawny Holiday post! We hope you guys love this week!


Thanks so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day!


257 thoughts on “We Wish You a Very Fawny Holiday Week 2018 {Day 2}

  1. My fave cookie would be a Spekulatius, a traditional spicey christmas cookie from Germany. Those and Vanille Kipferl, another typical german vanilla and almond flavored cookie :-). Looking forward to the bake session with my friends :-)!

  2. I don’t have a favorite holiday cookie, but I do love making them for my gang. The all-time favorite would be chocolate chip. I change it up by using different various chocolates–like Hershey’s kisses, cut-up Twix bars, and others. They never last in this house.

  3. I have a new sugar cookie recipe that has quickly become a family favorite. We’ll use green and red sprinkles this Christmas – I think it will be our new holiday favorite. LOL!

  4. Ohh, so many cute projects again today! Love hte little town and the Santa bear in the sleigh. Adorbs! My favorite holiday cookie is pretty much any cookie! Haha But I have a special fondness for cut outs. They are yummy and so fun to make and decorate!

  5. My go-to Christmas Cookie for thank yous this time of year is Southern Living’s ‘Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie’ recipe.
    I’m still trying to take in all the inspiration in today’s post…..WOW!

  6. My favorite is krumkake. I never have time to make them but my brother does every year. It’s beginning to look the holidays with snow already on the ground.

  7. Cookie?! Did you say favorite cookies?! I’ve never met a cookie
    I didn’t like. haha Hmmm … how about a bon bon cookie. We make
    them every year. Yum! Everyone’s cards & tags are delightful!

  8. Oh my GOSH! SO many ADORABLE creations! And I love them all! My favorite cookie is gingerbread men, but who doesn’t love an iced sugar cookie or Spritz cookies as well? And Russian tea cakes – OH! those are yummy too! LOL! Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  9. Our favorite cookies (really anytime of year) are Buckeyes. I usually only make them around Christmas because they are so rich. Use butter, peanut butter and confectioner’s sugar. Refrigerate until a little solid then form into balls. Melt the chocolate (I used chocolate chips) and then using a toothpick, dip the balls in the chocolate until they are covered about 1/2 to 3/4. Place on wax paper and refrigerate until the chocolate hardens again. They are so yummy! Wonderful inspiration today. So festive!

  10. My favorite holiday/Christmas cookie is the decorated sugar cookie. Brings back memories of decorating them as a kid and also decorating with my children and grandchildren. Too far away to do with my great-grandkids but I do have the memories. Love your creations. Oh-h-h-h that I had lots of money to buy them all.

  11. My favorite holiday cookie are reindeer antlers. I started making them when I was a child with my mother and now I make them with my girls.

  12. Fantastic, beautiful and inspiring creations !!! I love all the different critters, all the colors and all the ideas. Thank you for sharing.

  13. My favorite are traditional decorated sugar cookies. I love baking and decorating them for family and friends each year.

  14. My favorite are Candy Cane Cookies (Almond extract sugar cookies) They are my mom’s specialty! I love all the scenes you can create with these!

  15. I love Jessica’s shaker tags! My favorite holiday cookies are 7 layer bars that my grandma and my mother used to make. I make them now, but they were better when someone made them for me 🙂

  16. I absolutely love Russian Tea cakes / wedding cakes. Sadly no one else in the family likes them so I very rarely have them.

  17. Wonderful DT projects!
    I love Walnut Shaped Cookies (with walnut cream), but I love Turron de Navidad ( a traditional Spanish candy) too. 🙂

  18. I don’t know what they are called but my favorite holiday cookie are circle shaped pretzels with a Hershey kiss melted on top and an M&M on top of that. Yummy!

  19. My favorite holiday cookie will have to be decorated Sugar cookies. A close second is chocolate chip baked in a mini muffin pan with Peanut Butter Cups pressed into the middle. Love the inspiration. I like one where the sunflower was turned into a poinsettia looking flower. Really love the little birds by the mailbox. Such fun!

  20. I love chocolate-peanut butter – potato chip – peanut clusters — Yum! Thank you for all the new ideas using these classic stamps! I love finding new ways to use what I have!

  21. Love to see the old and new sets come together! Great job for all the wonderful projects today! My favourite Christmas cookie is a Ginger Snap, lots of flavor without being too sweet!

  22. Awesome projects, I especially love the shaker tags! My favorite holiday cookie are thumbprint cookies with almond flavoring!

  23. I love Christmas these Christmas cards! Looking at them helps me get in the mood for Christmas! YAY!!

    Do I have to pick just one cookie?!? I think my favorite is lady fingers. A cookie stuffed with icing – you can’t go wrong!

  24. My favourite holiday cookie would have to be gingerbread – the more ginger the better! Guess that’s why I have a ginger son too. 🙂

  25. Loving the cards! My favorite holiday cookie is Betty Crocker’s Cream Cheese Cookie. Everyone loves them and they are easy to make.

  26. These are all so adorable!!! I don’t have a favorite Christmas cookie, ’cause I pretty much like all cookies, but one year I made peanut butter cookies dipped, one side in semi-sweet chocolate and the other in milk chocolate; YUMM!! My favorite Christmas treat is definitely fudge!

  27. What a fabulous group of cards and creations!!!

    I love those Danish butter cookies! Chocolate Chip is always great! Another yummy cookie is Double Chocolate Chip. YUMMMM!

  28. I love anything gingerbread, but spritz cookies, and sugar cookies… The ? should have been, what cookies DON’T you like? LOL! One thing I always like is Lawn Fawn.

  29. As always, everything is so cute!
    I can’t remember the name, but my favorite holiday cookie is a butter cookie rolled in walnuts and topped with a cherry. Yum!

  30. These are all so cute!! My favorite holiday cookie is a chocolate cookie with an Andes mint melted on top of it right out of the oven, yummy!!

  31. I love cardamom walnut cookies. The spices just feel like Christmas. Also – holy moly, I am blown away by the inspiration today!

  32. What a great day of inspiration! Thanks to all who have shared!
    My favorite holiday cookies are lemon bars and peanut butter cookies with a chocolate kiss on the top!

  33. Thank you for the holiday card making inspiration. Can’t wait to get to some card making this coming weekend! My favorite cookie is gingerbread with simple white icing.

  34. Very cute inspiration today!! My absolute favorite holiday cookies are frosted cutout sugar cookies. I could easily eat dozens of them which is why I don’t make them.

  35. Such adorable projects from the designers! I’m loving all these great ideas. One of my favorite holiday cookies is pecan sandies, also called Hawaiian wedding cookies. They’re SO good! Thank you for the chance to win!!

  36. Congratulations for the special designs from the Lawn Fawn design team for the 2018-2019 winter season! You have outdone yourself through your creativity! My favorite cookie is one that I can share with friends and family – German Gingerbread cookies covered in milk chocolate!

  37. The DT is so amazing! So many inspiring ideas today. My favorite holiday cookie is probably the spritz cookies, but my mom and I make between 12-15 different kinds each holiday season to give out to friends, neighbors and people we appreciate.

  38. My favorite Christmas cookie is now my favorite year round cookie! I tried the cookie and got the recipe at a Christmas cookie swap – it’s so yummy! It’s Chewy Toffee Chocolate Chip Cookies – it’s amazing. 🙂

  39. My favorite holiday cookie is one that my grandma made every year! It is a roll out sugar cookie but it is cake like with nutmeg. Oh so yummy!!!

  40. My favorite holiday cookie has to be frosted sugar cookies that we’ve made as a family! They are always super good and also give me amazing memories!

  41. Sour cream cookie.
    There’s not a lot to making it and it’s delicious.
    I have to make enough batches so my daughter
    and granddaughter each get some. I learned
    this one from my MIL many years ago.
    Love the interactive sleigh ride. Cute cards.
    thanks for sharing

  42. So many festive projects…makes me happy! My fave cookies are Mexican Wedding Cookies. I only make them at Christmas and I love them because they’re not too sweet and they go perfectly with a cup of hot tea!

  43. Wow! I never noticed how adorable those small stitched envelopes are! I also love the idea of using pieces of the large wreath die for accents. Another stunning piece!

  44. Favorite holiday cookie is easy- Candy Cane Cookies. My grandparents started making cookies shaped like candy canes when they were first married. We still make them!

  45. At a time we remember those who have been so loving and compassionate to us over the years by sending greetings. The Lawn Fawn designer team has provided us with the inspiration to complete projects for our friends and family.
    Thank you. Sometimes I like to have a snowball cookie.

  46. I love Scottish Shortbread. When I lived in Edmonton and was sending gifts home, I made some small “pucks” that my family still laughs about. They have now become a tradition.

    I love all this inspiration!!

  47. My favorite cookie is what we call Grandmas cookie which is an anise walnut cookie. It’s a cookie my grandmother and mother only made at Christmas. Always brings back wonderful memories!

  48. I love all these projects…so cute.
    My favorite holiday cookie…I love gingerbread cookies, but I also love just a plain ol’ sugar cookie (decorated or maybe not).

  49. Such creativity, love all the samples! Every year I make cherry snowballs – a glazed cherry inside a shortbread ball rolled in granulated sugar. In fact tomorrow is baking day!

  50. Favorite cookies are Almond Cresents! These examples are awesome, keep up the great job everyone! Love this blog 🙂

  51. Inspiration is what I am looking for! After seeing all these cards all I want to do is get o my stash and make cards!

  52. Awesome holiday inspiration! I love the way sugar cookies with festive holiday icing look, but as far as taste – good old chocolate chip cookies are my favorite year-round! Except in the winter- a side of hot cocoa with the cookie is always best. 😋)

  53. My favorite cookies…. ginger cookies (soft ones, not the harder ginger snaps, but same flavor basically). So many cute projects!

  54. My family makes a rockin’ gingersnap (though we tend to make them year-round). It’s actually not snappy at all, which makes it just melt in the mouth. I love them.

  55. Thumbprint cookies are our must-have cookies every Christmas. My mother used to make them and now I do. Thumbprints are a shortbread cookie that usually has jelly in the indentation of the cookie, but we’ve always had them with buttercream icing on them, colored for the season.

  56. As we approach the Christmas season, may we remember others who are not as blessed with “stuff”. The design team has created cards that remind us to consider helping those in need. My favorite cookie sometimes is an Ohio Buckeye.

  57. My mom’s recipe for melt in your mouth Shortbread cookies are my fav for the holiday season. Not only are they my favourite but I have several requests for them and usually make about 15 doz to gift to friends. These cards are so sweet. I can’t wait for the rest of the week.

  58. Such adorable cards. Favorite holiday cookie? Oh, my, how can I choose? Shortbread cookies in any shape and size.

  59. I think my favorite holiday cookie would have to be Gingerbread! I learned last year how to make them and they turned out so great that they are my favorite!!

  60. I normally make more breads for the holidays than cookies. But my favorite cookie for the holidays would be gingerbread.

  61. My favorite cookie is known by many names! It’s a peanut butter cookie with a Hershey’s kiss on top! We call it a Turk’s Hat, but others call it Daisies, Blossoms, you name it! I love using different kinds of kisses on the top! I also really love the little bear in the sled, and the adorable birds in the mail box! SO darling!

  62. Christmas is getting here so fast and I still have to make tags and cards. Love the inspiration. My favorite cookie is a Snickerdoodle, I love cinnamon during the holidays.

  63. My favorites holiday cookies are snowball cookies, Hershey kiss cookies, and making gingerbread houses with my 5-yr old.

  64. Favorite holiday cookie…hmm…probably sugar cookies all decorated with pretty Christmas items! They have to be fantastic looking and tasting!!

  65. My favorite holiday cookie is a tie between my mom’s no bakes and my grandma’s russian teacakes. Christmas is the only time I get either of them and I love them both!

  66. Gingerbread men. Always love the mini ones you get in festive coffees too. Almost a shame to eat them.
    Love the cow, sheep and pig card xx

  67. SQUEAL!! AMAZING INSPIRATION!! My FAVORITE Holiday Cookie is Shaped Sugar Cookies with Frosting!! We have a Tradition of making and decorating Sugar Cookies and it ALWAYS gets me in the Holiday Spirit!!

  68. All the cards are so cute. You make us pick one favorite cookie? Impossible task! I love to bake thumbprints, chocolate crackle and coconut macaroons.

  69. So many adorable projects! I love Mindy’s sleigh slider – super cute! Some of my favourite Christmas cookies are sugar cookies, shortbread cookies, haystacks, butter tarts, thimble cookies. Just to name a few 🙂

  70. love these so much. my favorite is the sledding card. my favorite Christmas cookies are probably gingerbread. mostly because I remember making them after school for home ec. class and my mom dropped the bottle of molasses; I remember it smelling really gross but the cookies tasted and smelt so good.

  71. All these cards are so cute, I love that franci’s card has a different size, I have to play with card shapes too! I always think that when I see awesome cards in shapes that are special.. well maybe this time I actually create one! I definitely write it on my to-do list!

    I love all kinds of cookies but my favourite ones are chocolate cookies! ♥

  72. What a wonderful display of cards and other Christmas items the Lawn Fawn design team has provided! I am so anxious to share these with my family and friends this season. They are versatile and can be used year round. My favorite cookie is sometimes a peanut butter cookie.

  73. Asking about a favorite cookie is like asking which is your favorite child! ha-ha It’s not really a cookie, but I LOVE bunuelos! Yum!!! It’s a Mexican holiday dessert that is cinnamon heaven. It’s about the size of a tortilla and breaks into little pieces of joy. =)

  74. I have two favorite holiday cookies. Peanut butter blossoms are not really holiday exclusive but it’s the only time I make them and my grandma’s sugar cookies which are flavored with anise oil rather than vanilla extract.

  75. My mother use to cook a very old speciality called “Rooster Comb” if I made a simple translation. It has actually the form of a rooster comb, explaining the strange name. The main ingredient is anise. Not only these cookies are delicious but in addition the anise is excellent for the digestion !!!!

  76. What a thrill it is to see how the Lawn Fawn design team has presented many of the stamps and dies for Christmas and other celebrations! This will give us time to make our own items to be shared with loved ones in December. However, the team has gone beyond Christmas and given us ideas that we can use for many special occasions. Thank you Lawn Fawn!
    Although I like many cookies, my favorite one today is a sugar cookie.

  77. I love the mix of all the old and new sets. Some of which I would never have thought to put together, let alone for Christmas cards.
    My favorite Christmas cookie is Ma Dozo’s Butter cookies. Thank for a chance to win!

  78. Sad to say I can’t have gluten anymore so no cookies for me… BUT I love shortbread. Like so much. I’d eat a whole pan of it.

  79. Oh wow, all of these cards are so fantastic… but I have to say, that tall “Fa La La” farm animal card has my heart!

    I LOVE pepperkakkar (gingerbread-like cookies), krumkake (Norwegian cookies), and lefse, which isn’t technically a cookie, but it’s a delicious Norwegian dessert!

  80. I’m amazed at all the great cards using different stamp sets and dies. Thanks for the inspiration. My favorite holiday cookie is the sugar cookie decorated with icing.

  81. Thanks to the inspiration of the Lawn Fawn design team, we can create inspiring cards, tags, and other cute items for the holiday season!
    My favorite cookie today would be a Norwegian cookies – a Krumkae.

  82. OMG!!!! These cards and tags are so stinkin’ adorable!!
    My favorite cookie for the Holiday is my husbands Grandmother’s recipe for Kipful. She used to make them every Christmas. Each individual family would get a coffee can filed with her famous Kipful cookies. Since she has passed my mother in law has given me her recipe so now every Christmas I continue on the tradition for her and I make the cookies for the family’s of course now our family has really grown and it just keeps getting bigger. as to date we have 47 people and one on the way.

  83. We are blessed to be recipients of such creativity from the Lawn Fawn design teams as well as all of the staff members. Thank you for all that you do.

  84. Festive spirit soaring in seeing today’s delights; I just want to case everything!! Favourite Christmas cookies: thumbprints, dusted with a light coating of walnuts and a thumb-ful of raspberry jam…

  85. Such beautiful inspiration!!! My favorite holiday cookie are the rum balls with molasses and white powdered sugar sprinkles on top!!! YUM!!!

    Jo in Jersey

  86. Oh my favorite holiday cookies are spritz cookies! They’re like a little pressed butter cookie … so good! I love all of this fun holiday inspiration, too – I need to start on holiday cards stat! <3

  87. With the winter snow and winds on the way, we are blessed with warmth, family, shelter, and friends. The Lawn Fawn design team members are among are creative friends from whom we gain insight into the world of blessings. Thank you for all that you do!
    The cookie that I was blessed to taste was Kringlae that my older sister made for us at Christmas.

  88. All the critters are irresistibly cute !! And about the question, we don’t really have any special Holiday cookies in France. At least no in the region where in live. Thanks for your generosity. Love, Marjorie

  89. Mexican wedding cookies are my all time favorite. I have added mini chocolate chips to them and they are fabulous. Thank you for sharing all the inspiration.

  90. My favorite Christmas cookie is my white trash treat…. ritz cracker sandwiches with peanut butter, all dipped in almond bark. ridiculously delicious.

  91. Loving these creations! So creative! My favourite Christmas cookie is something we call “Moose-balls”. I don’t remember how they got their name but most people call them icing sugar balls…so yummy. Oats, apples, raisins, loads of brown sugar and cocoa rolled in icing sugar…yum!

  92. Many well wishes for the super design team and other employees at Lawn Fawn! We are truly grateful for all of the creativity that you bless us with year round.

  93. How precious the examples of cards, tags, and other paper crafting items are presented by the Fawnies and the other employees. We are truly inspired by these. Thank you.

  94. Super cute projects. I am so loving all of the backgrounds used. Love the colors of the ink blending and the splatters. Tfs Carmen

  95. Oh I don’t know the name of the cookie, but it has raisins and walnuts and stays soft. My very favorite cookie. I’m 50+ years old and my mom still makes these for me at Christmas time. Spoiled…probably! I just love the Say What Critters set. I have this set and it is so cute. I’m making my Christmas tags with the Say What Tags. Thanks for sharing!

  96. I have so many favorite Christmas cookies, but I’m especially partial to Danish Coconut Rum Cookies. They have rum frosting, so how can you go wrong?

  97. My favorite cookie varies according to the day of the week. Today it is double chocolate chip. It is so much fun to view all of the ideas given to us from the Fawnies. Thank you for all that you do to give us these fantastic ideas!

  98. My favorite is probably a decorated sugar cookie, unless we’re counting buckeyes as cookies rather than candy, in which case buckeyes are definitely my favorite!

  99. Thank you for always being so inspiring! Cookies… I love pretty much all cookies lol but I’d say my favorite are Jammie dodgers or some style of sandwich shortbread cookie with jam 😋

  100. Loving all the projects today! Especially the gold tags! My favorite cookie is called Rosky. It is basically a mini nut roll. Old traditional cookie from my mother in laws mother.

  101. Your designers are rock stars! There’s no such thing as a bad cookie but I think my fave is the shortbready ones with the jam in the middle…yum. Oh! Or Mexican Wedding Cakes…also yum!

  102. I love that Fa La La card! One of my favorite cookies is a cornflake cookie-made of cornflakes, melted butterscotch chips, and peanut butter. Yum.

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