Lawn Fawn Intro: Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s April 2020 Inspiration Week! Our Spring 2020 Release is available at your favorite store and! Woohoo!

We already have five places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!
Outside In Stitched Balloon Stackables and Stitched Balloon Frames post!
Year Ten post!
Tiny Gift Box Ladybug Add-On and Stitched Bouncy Trails post!
Charge Me Up post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy! Don’t worry… there’s lots to be “hoppy” about with this cute stamp set! This bunny and frog love to “hang” on your card or craft. These stamps can be used on their own, but also coordinate with Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy Add-On to create cute gift tags or bookmarks! It is perfect for Easter, or for anyone who loves frogs or bunnies!

We hope to have intro videos to show some fun ways of using the new sets soon. Thanks for understanding, we appreciate your patience.

The design team has made the most amazing samples! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Grace created an “unfroggettable” Mushroom House card with a hidden surprise! She tucked a cute froggy bookmark behind the mushroom top, so clever!

Elise can read lots of books with these cute bookmarks ready to save the pages! She used the new Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy stamps with the coordinating dies and Add-On die set! The colors in the Spring Fling paper collection are so happy!

The Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy bookmarks look adorable keeping your place in your favorite book!

The Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy frog plays nicely with the hoppers from Toadally Awesome! Yainea created an amazing scene for them using Cattails Border and some gorgeous ink-blending!

These cute bunnies are hanging out in the branches from A Bug Deal on Tammy‘s clever card design! I love the blended pink and blue in the sky, such a pretty background!

Audrey used Spiffy Speckles paper to make a bunch of cute tags! The cute critters are even cuter with googly eyes! I love how she used coordinating shades of Lawn Trimmings cord on each tag!

How cute are those bunny and froggy bums?!

I love how Latisha used Noble Fir ink to stamp rows of frogs on kraft cardstock! The white gel pen details are so cute, too! Her fun design also features Spring Fling paper and a Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frame!

Megan‘s interactive card combines bunnies from Some Bunny, Say What? Spring Critters and of course, the Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy bunny popping up from the carrot patch! To create the background she used a Meadow Backdrop: Portrait!

Yainea added a little bit of fun to her bookmarks by attaching the cute Say What? Spring Critters bunny and frog to the end of the cord! She popped in the For You, Deer and the little deer from Say What? Christmas Critters in this cute collection made with Dandy Day papers!

Elena‘s cute card is filled with smiling tree frogs with the help of A Bug Deal and critters from Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy!

Tammy filled this slim line card with a meadow full of critters and plants from Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy, Toadally Awesome, A Bug Deal, Bugs and Kisses, Gleeful Gardens and Fairy Friends! This happy scene makes me smile!

Megan‘s fantastic Magic Iris design combines frogs from Toadally Awesome and Say What? Spring Critters with the hopper from Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy! The How You Bean? mason jar is collecting cute flying cuties from A Bug Deal!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy ! It’s giveaway time, again! Leave us a comment telling us how you are sharing smiles by TODAY, April 15th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Thursday April 16th for the April Inspiration Week winner announcement!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week, we love your comments, tweets, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube messages! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys!


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Have an amazing day!


230 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy

  1. I’m making a box that commemorates my grandmother
    That’s what I’m doing today
    Love the little book marks

    1. My sister is having a rough time working from home – going to share smiles by sending her a handmade card – who can resist smiling at a cute card made with cute lawn fawn critters!!!

  2. I’m sending cards and letters by snail mail for surprise smiles! Recipients are telling me they are enjoying my mail which makes me smile too.
    Love this set! It’s definitely on my wish list.

  3. This set is very cute! Today i’m commenting instagram cardmakers posts to support them and try to make them smile!

  4. Love the set, the cards/tags are so cute. Well I will be helping to feed some students so hope to make them smile today

    1. My co-workers and I are sending virtual birthday greetings to a colleague who is celebrating while staying at home.

  5. Such amazing inspiration! Going to work today so will try to share smiles by having a positive attitude!

  6. Aww…I love the animal booties! I’m sharing smiles today by sharing the chocolate chip cookies I make yesterday.

  7. I love that the die cuts the arms out so the critters can hang or hold things. Today I am working on some cards to send to some family and friends who need some cheering up.

  8. Today’s plan for sharing smiles is to be extra kind to people I talk with who are very stressed!
    Of course, Lawn Fawn has just what we need to ‘hop’ a smile in the mail!

  9. I have been making goodie bags for my nieces and nephews and getting to play ding dong ditch with them. LOL!! I gave each child a small container of heavy cream to make butter, different color Popsicle sticks with different colored googly eyes so they could make monsters. Salt dough all they had to do was add water. Beans so they can watch them grow and a wooden dinosaur to color. Today I will be making pizza dough for them and stamping out some Lawn Fawn images for them to color!!

  10. I have been sharing smiles by posting pictures of my new rescue Siberian kitten. He is a real ham. His name is Sammy so we call him Hammy Sammy. He loves to pose and play for the camera. My husband and I drove from SE GA to the NC mountains to adopt this cutie. I saw his scared face on Petfinders on the internet and knew I had to have him. I had recently lost my 17 year old Maine Coon, Tiger, and my heart was broken. I knew this kitty needed me as much as I need him.

  11. Oh Gosh I love the addition of those google eyes on the frogs – so cute. I also love that you can mix and match older Lawn Fawn sets together – that they work so well together.
    I share smiles by trying to be upbeat and fun with my kids. It’s hard times now, everyone is tired of being at home, but I try to make the best of it.

  12. The fact that my family is staying healthy in spite of everything that is going on in the country makes me smile. Hopefully this will be over soon. Love all the inspiration this week your designs put a smile on everyone.

  13. Sharing smiles by sending cards and tomorrow it is our queens 80th birthday and we will fly our flag in the Garden and stand on the pavement and sing Happy Bday. We live half an hour away from her castle but a lot of people will do This as we cannot go to town and she is bound to hear some of the songs. 🤗🇩🇰

  14. I’m sharing smiles by sending cards to loved ones and strangers, talking on the phone with family and supporting friends.

  15. Since we are unable to see each other right now, I’m trying to send hello cards to people right now. I also keep delivering little surprises for my 2 nieces to their back porch to help them pass the time creatively.

  16. Ok, I have to have all these little critters! Those adorable bookmarks will make wonderful stocking stuffers for my family of readers. Love them!

  17. im sending smiles today by talking to friends on skype. I love this set and the bookmarks. i like that they work together with other sets

  18. I am sharing smiles by posting uplifting quotes and videos on social media. Thanks for all the awe inspiring and smile inducing card ideas!!

  19. I am sharing smiles by sending out cards to kids I haven’t got to see in a while. I work in a library and many of them are my regular patrons.

  20. Hello!
    I am sharing smiles by giving mine away via Skype and other video chat platforms & by making cards with Lawn Fawn products!

  21. We are going to do a 1/2 day at homeschooling today and drop off some supplies at the hospital when I take my daughter to her doctor’s appointment. Love these froggies! Thanks for the inspiration.

  22. I am sharing my cards that I make with the HAPPY stamps/dies (all can be included in this) with family, friends and church members. We have established a “Spread the Love” group and send a card at least once per week to those on our list. It is such an important ministry! Thank you, Lawn Fawn, for all that you share with us!

  23. Oh my goshness I love all of these creations!! You know what the best (and worse) part of release week is?!? Seeing all of the new (and older) goodies that you *thought* you didn’t NEED and deciding that was wishful thinking!!!

  24. Making more cards today will certainly make me smile and them sending them to friends and family will make them smile, too! Love all the DT creations today, very smile worthy!

  25. Since we can’t be together because of social distancing, I’m sharing smiles by keeping in touch with friends and family – phone calls, FaceTime, texts, and of course, Lawn Fawn cards.

  26. Today I am making chicken matzoh ball soup – to share a smile with my husband! (Sure wish I could have my kids over though)

  27. Love those critters! ❤️ We’re going to spread smiles today by putting out some rocks we painted like Easter chicks around the neighbourhood.

  28. What super fun cards! Thanks so much for the wonderful inspiration! I’ve been sending cards to my friends to say hi and hopefully some smiles! Stay safe!

  29. These are all so cute! Love those sweet frogs. I am sharing smiles by sending cards to family and friends.

  30. The DT did a great job!! I enjoyed every one of their creations!! I’m sharing smiles today by stamping with some friends via Zoom today!

  31. awesome samples – so fresh and creative
    My goofy children always have ways of brightening our day and bringing smiles to our life:)

  32. Love all the examples, but Tammy’s and Megan’s cards caught my eye. I’m making a couple thinking about you cards to send out.
    Another great Inspiration Week!

  33. I’m going to send some emails of the original Broadway cast of Hamilton singing the opening song. That always brings a smile to my face and I hope it will to others too.

  34. Ooooooh, these are so so sweet, and they definitely bring a smile to one’s face! Apart from sharing smiles through sending cards, I also have the help of my little daughters who recently love painting and watercolouring, and we make our neighbours smile by putting fun pictures in the windows, for the passer-by to see!

  35. I’ve been sending my grandkids their own card kits to make as an activity to keep them busy as my daughter and son-in-law work from home. Looks like the bookmarks will be another fun activity.

  36. I’m sharing smiles by sending cards, of course! Holy moly that sky Yainea created! So pretty. Megan’s super cute bunny card – love it, Tammy’s pink and purple scene, super pretty. Those frogs are so stinkin’ cute!

  37. I TOADALLY love the “This book is very ribbeting” sentiment! It made me laugh. I’m working on getting some cards in the mail today to hopefully give the recipients a little smile. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  38. Keeping in touch with friends and fam via video chats and lots of messaging – that’s how we share smiles!

  39. I am making sure to spend special time individually with each of my kids. It makes each of them happy.

  40. And a Hoppy day to you too!! I’m toadilly planting sunflower seeds in little cups to share. We need to watch things grow! Frog-etin’ about frownin’ making cards and masks. LOVE THIS SET AND LAWN FAWN. Thanks designers these were my favorite! Please be well!

  41. Thanks for all the great examples this week. That is what made ME smile this week, but today I will be making my bff in ny smile by making her lots of matching masks for her work outfits 🙂 Bread twisty ties make good nose bendy wire for those making masks fyi 😉

  42. I am sharing smiles by making bright and cheerful cards to send out… I LOVE this release! FABULOUS WEEK!

  43. I am sending smiles by donating blood today! I know there is a shortage of blood being donated lately and I feel it is important to help others by donating. I am also enjoying extra time to make hand crafted cards for birthdays and get well soon! Thank you for a fantastic Inspiration Week!!

  44. These projects are all super cute. To keep us smiling through the day a few of us share funny meme’s and photos.

  45. Trying to support our local businesses is how i am sharing smiles. I love this set! my fave bookmarks so far but may just be my love of bunnies…

  46. SQUEAL!! LOVE these creations!! That Frog makes me SMILE!!
    I’m spreading Smiles while we work on Homework by being as helpful as possible and trying to help make it FUN and something they want to do, rather than making them dread it!! We take breaks and do FUN activities in between!! I think we have the hang of it now!! THANKS for sharing and for the chances to WIN!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!!

  47. I am going to decorate a clear container for my grandson to collect bugs in. He LOVES bugs these days. I will decorate it with your new bug stamp and die set. He is especially into Roly Polys and ladybugs. I’m SO GLAD that you included Roly Polys in your stamp set (walking and rolled up), because they are just perfect. So that is how I am creating joy, happiness, love….with a little help from Lawn Fawn.

  48. I love the bookmarks Yainea created using the little animals at the end. I love this stamp set it makes my critter bookmark collection complete 🥰

  49. Today, I am making Mother’s Day cards which I know will bring smiles! Just like this Hoppy set has brought a smile to me. Great job this week to all the Design Team members whose projects are amazing!

  50. I’m back at work so am sharing smiles from a distance — we all need smiles to keep morale up these days!!

  51. I hope I’m sharing smiles by mailing my handmade cards!
    Love the frogs; so cute! I especially love the tags and book-
    marks showing their behinds on the other side. Adorbs!!

  52. I’m sharing smiles by messaging my grandchildren. I can’t see them right now, but a message sends smiles to all of us.

  53. Love those adorable little critters.

    Sharing smiles with my hubby and my dog as we are quarantined like the entire country.

    Carol B

  54. So cute! I’m brightening the day by calling my colleagues instead of IM’ing, it’s great to have that interaction!

  55. Such a cute set! Love the adorable cards and the bookmarks. I’m mailing a card to my mom today — sending smiles across the miles…

  56. I’m working on a birthday present.
    It’s an applique labrador quilt block
    for my granddaughter’s birthday.
    My daughter will be here today and
    I hope she’ll smile when she sees it
    (it’s not finished completely). Love
    the front and back views of the
    animals. thanks for sharing

  57. I have been making a bunch of encouragement cards!! Such difficult times!! Odd thing yesterday at grocery store with mask on I was smiling at everyone I made eye contact with, like I always do. Half way through the store I realize! Silly girl they can’t see your smile!! 😂🤣

  58. These little froggies are adorable!!! I spreading happy by sending encouraging notes in the mail to people at our church! We can’t gather together right now and a lot of them are in the high risk age category, so I know they can use a smile!

  59. Lawn Fawn, you made me smile with this set! So fun!
    I’m ‘sharing smiles’ by sending out cards and masks made with fun fabric.

  60. I am sharing smiles by sending cards. And I’m using a green screen to surprise my students every day with a different background in the introduction of my daily video. I’ve heard that it makes them smile and I have fun recording it.

  61. My family took Easter dinner to an elderly gentleman who is living on his own. I also made cookies to give him and another elderly lady who is by herself. I printed large letters to color so I can put up an encouraging message on our front window.

  62. Such an adorable stamp set. Love the frogs❤️ I’m sending cards to a friend in a assisted living home.
    Thanks for sharing…

  63. Fabulous again today! Love the inspiration! I am making & sending cards to friends & family & have plans on making for 1st responders.

  64. Such fun creations with these cute frogs ad bunnies!
    I think I’ll make some chocolate chip cookies today to bring some smiles!

  65. The inspiration samples brought a smile to my face. I’m sending silly photos to make people smile. Right now I am also working on a card for my neighbor.

  66. These are so cute! Especially the magic iris and jar. I am sending smiles by dropping off cards to neighbors, sending them to friends and family and video chatting with family.

  67. I’m sharing smiles today by making and sending card to make my family and friends smile! The inspiration today is so cute!

  68. I try to share smiles by letting people know I’m thinking of them. I’ve been sending lots of cards, calling loved ones, sending sweet texts. Anything we can do to let people know we care right now is needed more than ever.

  69. I’m sharing smiles by checking in with a few friends I haven’t seen in awhile, and sending a few cards to friends and family I miss.

  70. I mainly focus my attention on my 4-yr old granddaughter, who lives with me. She really enjoys rainbows, unicorns, princesses, and anything that’s cute. I use alot of LF stamps and dies to create cutouts for her to play with. Thank you for providing us with all these awesome examples.

  71. I have been leaving sticky notes on my son and daughter in-laws cars as they are vital workers, telling them how much I love, miss and appreciate them.

  72. When I lived in SC, you’d be out driving and people would wave to you, real neighborly like so when I’m out running, I wave to cars driving by and it makes me feel neighborly!

  73. We ware finally cleaning the window where we will write encouraging messages for passers by, hoping to bring a smiles to people…. thanks for the inspiration and for the giveaway. Stay well!

  74. ❤️Cute! Cute! Cute! I loved them all but Meghan Quinn’s Card really stood out to me! Great job DT! I am making smiles by playing board games and outside games with my grandson😊❤️

  75. I’m sharing smiles by making cards for a family friend who’s husband passed away on a cruise ship while stuck out at sea..

  76. Fabulous projects, so many creative used for this set. I am working on cards that I am sending out to friends and family to brighten their day and hopefully make them smile. Made my son smile today by going to the grocery store and buying him some of his favorite things to eat.

  77. We sent more Easter cards than ever to family and friends. Now we are sharing smiles through viewing the same movies as our family in Spain!

  78. I am sharing smiles by having FaceTime with my grandchildren today! Can’t wait to get big hugs! Soon, I hope! Very cute inspiration today.

  79. I can “hop” right into my paper crafting area now and “spread the love” of life with others as I send them unsigned cards that they can share! Thank you so much, Lawn Fawn for making this world a better place!

  80. Today I have been sharing smiles by running around and laughing with my toddler and making chocolate cornflake cakes with her 🙂

  81. I’ve been sending a few cards to friends and family members who live alone during this quarantine to share a smile.

  82. I have been giving handmade cards to all the essential workers. I need this frog set!!! My daughter loves frogs!!!

  83. I’ve been sending out virtual Cards. I sent a lot out for Easter!
    I LOVE these frogs. I have an addiction to frogs. My bathroom is full of them. Towels, rugs, curtains, statues, figurines, etc. I even have a two shelf macramé hanging table with frogs cascading down from the top. It’s way too cool…ribbbittt!!!

  84. These cards are so cute and made me smile today. I toadally love the frogs!
    Sharing smiles with my neighbours as they leave a birthday card and baked treat for me at the door!

  85. I love the purples on Christina’s card! My purple distress oxides are still unopened, but now I have a great example what to do with my purples 😃
    Thanks for all the inspiration, over and over again!

  86. The frogs will looks great in the stitched pond die cut. Lawn Fawn designers have given me great ideas to use on my cards! Thank you so very much!

  87. I need some of these frogs in my life!
    Today as a treat for my son (who is starting to feel the weight of social distancing and home schooling) I made his favorite blueberry pancakes for breakfast. Usually this is a weekend treat, but today I took a little longer of a “work from home” break to make sure he started his day off smiling 🙂

  88. This has been a wonderful inspiration week. I have several new ideas to work on. I really like the frog stamps and the bayou set. It reminds me of my childhood. Thank you for sharing these beautiful projects.

  89. Love it!
    I’m making cards for people who I work with and my family, that is making them smile and me also

  90. Such adorable frogs. I love the color green and you and your design team have made me smile by sharing your design talents with these cute little green frogs. I always look forward to your inspiration week.

  91. If we chose to smile ourselves we will get smiles back…. most of the times. For smiles we want a HIGH R0-number while we with the corona-virus want lowest possible!

  92. I am making cards and sending them to friends and family and also some for residents of a local senior center. My 8 year old son is going to write notes in the ones for the center. (The management of the center has challenged kids in our community to send 1000 notes before the end of April.)

  93. I am so happy now that I made 8 post cards to share and 4 regular cards. Thank you so very much for providing us with the inspiration that we can share with others!

  94. I have that Hoppy set so this was great to see so many different ways to use it. LOVE the front and back critters too. I’ve been working on cards to send to friends and family the past week, and hope it brings a smile or two to their face when they receive some happy mail.

  95. As a preschool teacher during this shutdown time, I am still able to connect with my students and craft with them. I think they make me laugh more than I make them laugh but it is one way we share smiles.

  96. Super cute critters! I’m guessing I’ve missed the deadline, but had to comment anyways! Love your designers!

  97. I guess what I did today to share some smiles was write nice comments on fellow bloggers’ posts on Instagram and Facebook and their blog posts. I know I appreciate it when people do that for me!

  98. sharing smiles by making funfetti cupcakes with sunshiney yellow, lemon frosting!!! I am picturing a card with these frogs having cupcake party!

  99. I “toadally” love this set. I am sharing smiles with myself today by taking a break in my workday to do a little quilting.

  100. I’ve been sharing smiles by checking in on friends to make sure they are safe and have all that they need during this time. And also mailing handmade cards of course!

  101. These are adorable
    and so fun! I am
    sewing and posting
    pictures on Facebook,
    soreding smiles!
    Carla from Utah

  102. I’m sending smiles by posting out cards to my loved ones. I rarely have time to work on crafting, and usually just pump out birthday/Christmas cards when needed. I’ve used this time to stock pile some cards and also create “happy” cards that I send to spread the joy

  103. Loving these little critters – the front AND backs crack me up and I know I’d get a lot of use from these!

    I’m having a tough time smiling but I’m sending videos to my grandson, to make him laugh!

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