Lawn Fawn Intro: Shutter Card, Shutter Card Add-On

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Fall & Winter 2020 Inspiration and Release week! On September 10 our 14 new stamp sets and coordinating dies, 25 new standalone die sets, two new paper collections and all of our exciting new products will be for sale at your favorite store and at! Woohoo!

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Our Big Giveaway Post!
Let’s Go Nuts, Big Acorn and Lift the Flap Tree Backdrop Post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Shutter Card and Shutter Card Add-On! This set of dies makes it easy to create an interactive card with a shutter opening on the inside! It’s perfect for making a gate-fold card with a decorative belly band, decorative panels, and a surprise image or sentiment inside. This add-on creates a stitched window panel to use inside your Shutter Card. It also includes additional pieces for more decorative options!

The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a surprise for you in the video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these fun new interactive die sets!

Megan used the decorative panels included in the Shutter Card die set to add Fall Fling paper to the front of the gate-fold shutter card! Her band is decorated with gorgeous color to give a hint of what is inside!

The inside of Megan‘s card is so much fun! She stamped the pieces of the Shutter Card with Woodgrain Backdrop to give the look of a tree with a little nook for the sleeping squirrel!

Lynnette’s fun Halloween card uses our new Into the Woods Remix paper and the Trick or Treat Line Border on the belly band!

When this Shutter Card is opened it comes to life with the new Fox Costumes Before ‘n Afters and a couple jack ‘o lanterns from Pick of the Patch! So much fun!

Audrey‘s holiday card uses our lovely new paper collection Let it Shine and a greeting from Shutter Card Holiday Sayings!

The inside of Audrey‘s gorgeous card features snowflakes and a sweet little scene inside the shutter! We will highlight the Snow Globe Scenes set next month!

Marine altered the front of her Shutter Card to accommodate the cute Fall scene! She added an extra card front sized panel on just one side of the gate-fold shutter card to fill with the Let’s Go Nuts squirrels.

On the inside, the scene continues with images from Pick of the Patch and Happy Harvest! Marine hid the sentiment from Pick of the Patch behind the shutter!

I love how Grace layered the stitched circle with Scalloped Circle Gift Tag to decorate the belly band! The little baby squirrel looks so cute with the tiny hello die that is part of the Shutter Card die set!

On the inside, Grace flipped the Shutter Card so the fun mason jar from How You Bean? could open on the bottom of the card to reveal a red heart and part of the greeting! The Birch Remix 12×12 paper from the Into the Woods Remix collection is the perfect backdrop for the squirrel hijinks!

Mindy also created her Shutter Card using the awesome Fall colors in the Into the Woods Remix paper collection! The little stack of books on the front gives a hint to the cute scene on the inside!

Mindy created this super sweet scene with the new Den Sweet Den set! I just love cozy look of the mama bear reading to her baby bears!

Here’s another look at Elena‘s brilliant Shutter Card scene! I love how she inked the background and the shutters and shutter panel for a seamless look! She also flipped the die so the Acorn House would fit into the space.

Megan‘s second Shutter Card promises a fun holiday theme inside!

The happy bear family from Den Sweet Den are the stars of this cozy winter scene!

Elise‘s Shutter Card is the picture of elegance! She used a monochromatic color scheme, pairing Rainforest with Sage Leaf cardstock. She stenciled an all-over design with Yeti ink and our new Snowflake Trio Stencils!

The gorgeous design continues on the inside with snowflakes die cut from our awesome new Holographic Metallic Cardstock! Tucked inside the shutter is the silver embossed sentiment from Shutter Card Holiday Sayings!

Rebecca’s festive holiday card features Snow Globe Scenes and Shutter Card Holiday Sayings! She combined our new Let it Shine papers with last year’s Snow Day Remix paper; they are a bright and cheery combination!

Now, we have a video to introduce Shutter Card and Shutter Card Add-On and to share some fun ways to use these new interactive die sets. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch it at our You Tube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Shutter Card and Shutter Card Add-On! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about the last interactive card you made by September 9th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this die set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Saturday September 5th 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!


Fall & Winter 2020 products will be available on September 10th!
Shutter Card
Shutter Card Add-On

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594 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Shutter Card, Shutter Card Add-On

  1. I made two very adorable baby cards for some of my family using the revel wheel die set. Super excited to make some cards using the shutter card set. ❤️

    1. The last one I made used the toaster pop up. I used the pup from say what? And had her popping out of the toaster attached to a piece of toast. I’ve been sharing cards with my bestie and we’ve been using my dog Geena on various adventures.

  2. I think the last interactive cards I made were of a girl swinging. They were very fun to make.
    I’m excited about the shutter cards. They look so fun!

  3. I already watched the YouTube video on the new interactive die. I NEED IT!!!! It is sooo easy to build. I am loving everything so far. I can’t wait for the rest of this release. Yay!!!

    1. I make pop up box cards for a living, so I actually made an interactive card today! I really love shakers and reveal wheel cards as well. This die will definitely be added to my interactive die collection!

  4. Omg can’t wait to see the snow globe scenes!!!!!!! I know that will be on my list of must haves already… not sure I can wait!

  5. Looks soooo easy, the shutter card!! Like it!
    Last interactive I used is the pivot pop-up for my father-in-law’s 80’s birthday! Looked great, all the ladies there loved it, but he just had a quick look, put it down and that was that haha. Not so much into cards as we addicts are I guess… Fun though!! 😀

  6. I recently made an adapted pull tab card pulling up an entire panel with a baby dinosaur and a baby name. Difficult but the result was so worth it! Thanks for a chance to win!

  7. I have made a pop up card for mother’s day that revealed a bunch of flowers when opened. That’s about it even though I have a couple of dies to make interactive cards… just need more crafting time…

  8. Interactive cards are so much fun. They always have a huge surprise for the recipient. I just made a shutter card for my daughter last night! I hope it will encourage her when I give it to her later today. I also recently made a twist and pop birthday card for a friend. Her expression upon opening it was worth every second I spent crafting it for her.

  9. The last interactive card I made was a slimline card with a slide over element which moves two newlyweds on their bike (Bicycle built for for you set) from the left side of the card with the farm animals from ‘Hay there’ and the veggies from ‘Rooting for you’ to the right side of the card with a ‘Happy village’. This shows the farm they both grew up and the small village they live in now they are married.

  10. I have never made an interactive card before, but I just got the pull tab add on for Let’s Toast. I can’t wait to play with it.

  11. What a fun die set! Love all of today’s inspiration!
    The last interactive card I made was inspired by the 78th Lawn Fawnatics challenge – create a scene. Made a card for my son’s biology teacher using the Magic Picture Changer and Add-on die sets.

  12. Your DT is amazing! Each card is as sweet as the next! Your interactive dies are the best!!! The last interactive card I made was a pivot pop-up using your awesome die set. So fun to make!

    1. All I can say is WOW! Your amazing design team has knocked it out of the park with your interactive die for this release. I can’t wait to place my order.

  13. I recently made 16 shadow box thank you cards, after my daughter’s birthday. My husband asked if it wouldn’t be easier to just buy some thank you card. He couldn’t quite get the fact that I was having so much fun making them all.
    I am totally in love with this shutter card. I have a feeling I’ll be making a tonne of them for Christmas. Thank you LF!!

  14. This new interactive die is amazing! And I loved the video with voiceovers by both Kelly and Chari!!!
    I have been away from home because of Covid for over 6 months so I honestly do not remember the last card I made let alone the last interactive card!

  15. Amazing projects showcasing these super fun new products!! My most recent interactive card was made using the Magic Picture changer…so fun!!

  16. The last interactive card I made was with the reveal wheel. I used the castle die, the tiny fairytale people and the dragon. I really enjoy making interactive cards.

  17. Love this interactive die!!! The last interactive card I made was an anniversary card for my husband using the magic picture changer and the Ahoy Matey stamp set! So fun

  18. I think it was a reveal wheel card! When I send interactive cards to people I feel like I am sending a nice little gift!

  19. The last interactive card I made was a Magic Iris camera card using Birthday Before-n-Afters. It turned out so cute!

  20. Can’t wait to get these dies! So cool! My last interactive card was using the Magic Iris Camera die. Love that die too!!!

  21. My lastest interactive card I made I actually CASED Chari’s Cinderella card. Our daughters fourth birthday was Cinderella themed and it was so perfect I had to make one! The inspiration and talent of your team is phenomenal!

  22. These are soooo gorgeous! I am very excited! The last interactive die I made was a magic iris, which I adore using!

  23. The latest interactive card I made was a slimline card that had both a shaker and light up. The shaker had little fireflys in it and some of them had escaped a second jar so that was what light it.

  24. I love interactive cards! ❤️ The last interactive card I made was using the magic iris die set. It was fun making it! So excited about this shutter card die set. I made shutter cards before but with this die set it will sure save me loads of time from all those measuring. More time spend on actually decorating the cards!

  25. This die set is amazing!
    The last interactive card I made was just yesterday with the flippin awesome die set. Love that set!!

  26. Wow my mind is blown! I haven’t graduated into really interactive cards yet. The last interactive card I made was a gift card sliding card.

  27. Great die set. When I first saw it, it looked way complicated. But not so! The last interactive cards I made were some shaker Christmas cards.

  28. I love this card style! The last interactive card I made was one of the reveal wheels. I love interactive cards and so do the people who receive them!

  29. I made three different reveal wheel cards. I just love them . They were for 3 different occasions. Two I used the gleeful gardens set and one I used the mice and dandelions. I find it easier to make multiples while I am on a roll. This set looks easy and I can’t wait for it.

  30. I last made a magic iris shaker card with a beach theme. This new interactive die set is so clever with so many different ideas that can be made using it!

  31. wow!! really amazing new interactive card!!
    the last one i made was the magic iris.
    thankfully the cooler months are coming…more card making 🙂

  32. This set looks like it will be so much fun! The last interactive card I made was a castle reveal wheel card complete with the princess, wizard, knight, and dragon. The dragon was lighting the cake in the reveal wheel, and went a little too far. The last turn, the cake burnt and turned black! 😂 Such a fun card to make.

  33. These cards are fabulous and look so rich and layered. I have never tried to do this type of card before since I am still new to stamping. I would love to try it if I had the right tools. I have learned a lot from the Lawn Fawn videos!

  34. I’m loving the camera interactive cards lately! This is super cute and all of the examples are so cute! Great job everyone, and nice to hear Kelly’s voice again! Welcome back. Chari was fabulous during your absence!

  35. Love this new interactive die! The last interactive card I made was a Reveal Wheel thank you card! Interactive cards are so fun to make. 🙂 I am seriously excited for this release!!!

  36. This die is a must have, love the designers inspiration. This is a treat for the eyes.
    Slider card was the last interactive card I made.

  37. Love the magic iris!!! I have made several! Those who I have given those cards absolutely loves them! They are so easy and fun to make!

  38. I love making Shutter cards, I made two of them last year. This die would make it a breeze to make shutter cards.
    The last interactive card I made was pop up slider card. It would be awesome to win it.

  39. The last shutter card that I made was “lift the flap.” It’s always fun to hide something inside. Thank you, Lawn Fawn!

  40. My last interactive card was the magic iris card – easily my favourite design! However the flipping awesome cards are a close second! Both are such fun birthday cards – I make so many of them.

  41. LOVE this new interactive die set!!! The last interactive card I made was last month using the scalloped box pop up die. Love all interactive cards from Lawn Fawn!!! ❤️❤️❤️

  42. These cards are adorable!! I made interactive cards for my son and his girlfriend when they graduated from college in May.

  43. This new shutter die looks amazing! I’ve been having fun with the magic iris die. My little nieces love to open and close the magic iris on the cards I make them:)

  44. I used the reveal wheel to make a card for Halloween. I’m really looking forward to using the Shutter card next! I really appreciate the videos that explain how to do it.

  45. The last interactive card I made was a reveal wheel card using Seahorsin’ around and Keep On Swimming to make an underwater scene 🙂

  46. I love interactive cards! The last one I made was a Reveal Wheel Card (so far my favorite, but I hadn’t had a chance to pick up the magic Iris yet) and featured some of the cute critters from the summer release

  47. I made an interactive card last week using the slider mechanism for the first time! It was the Picnic theme with ants carrying away the food!

  48. I have only made treat boxes with the scalloped box and the milk box and I did a Halloween card with Flippin awesome. I definitely need to up my interactive game! 😂

  49. I haven’t made any interactive cards. This looks like an awesome one to create. Love all the adorable cards…
    Thanks so much for sharing…

  50. The last interactive card I made was a reveal wheel card so I hope there are some add ons for it with this release!

  51. The last interactive card I made was for a well known radio DJ who was retiring. I used the Proud Peacock set and the Magic Changer Die to include the |shake your tail feathers” quote for his retirement.

  52. The last interactive card I made was for my son’s teacher using the magic iris. Your ideas are so incredible, thank you!

  53. The most recent interactive card I made was for the summer Lawn Fawnatics challenge- I used the pull tab (one of my faves!) to have a sun pop p=up and also featured a wobble to make my cactus dance!

  54. I.WANT.IT.ALL! I love this release… And I don’t say that every time. But this one is AWESOME! THANK YOU for the chance to win.

  55. The last interactive card I made was a magic picture changer card for my sisters birthday! I can’t wait to have more tools for making interactive cards!!

  56. Omg! These shutter cards are too cute!!! I haven’t dabbled much with interactive cards other than sliders 🙂 The last slider I made was an underwater scene with 2 mermaids and some underwater friends, that was a Thank You for my neighbor’s granddaughters who have donated a bunch of really cute outgrown clothes to my little girl!

  57. I made a card using the magic iris die last week! I love that set! It was the cutest Congrats card, that i made using the “bug deal” stamp set. Super cute!

  58. I made a slider card, most recently. It is my nephew’s favorite kind of card. This time unicorns and dragons did the moving.

  59. The last interactive card I made was with the reveal wheel. I love the new Shutter Card die!! Thank you for the all the inspiration!

  60. The last interactive die I used was the magic iris. I made a birthday card and an anniversary card. I really love this die! Looking forward to trying it with the camera add-on.

  61. My last interactive card was a slider a few months back. My grandkids love interactive cards! I have the camera die cut, but saving up for the magic iris!! Those are amazing! Looking forward to watching this video!!

  62. The last interactive card I made was with the new Magic Iris. I love that die set and the Camera add-on. I will be making more cards like that plus adding it to my scrapbooks!

  63. Cute projects today. The shutter box die looks like a fun one to play with. My last interactive card was a birthday card using the slider die.

  64. Oh my goodness, I’m so excited for this release!!
    My last interactive card used reveal wheel with car critters as a thank you to my supervisor for guiding me 🥰

  65. I made a camera card with the magic iris and add one over the summer, or rather the front of an album. I shared it in a crafting group I’m in and they all went nuts for it so if you saw a run on those dies…🤣🤣

  66. Love these dies
    Last interactive card was using let’s toast add on and needed the slide mechanism to be longer so had to cut twice. So happy magic iris pull tab add on has a longer die now !

  67. My last interactive card was a pop up box birthday card last month with Really High Five. I hadn’t made a a pop up box in a while and it was fun! These new interactive dies look so fun, too!

  68. Don’t make a lot of interactive cards, they sometimes intimidate me But I did make a shaker card awhile ago!
    Great Post today, I may have to do more.

  69. The shutter cards look very doable. I’m not great at interactive cards but I think using the die I could actually make these. I did make a halloween shaker card last night. I am in looooooove with the bear that’s reading and the sleeping one. Adorable!!

  70. I think the last interactive card I made was a shaker card. It turned out pretty good! I love today’s inspiration!!

  71. It wasn’t an interactive card, but a couple of days ago I made the camera with the magic iris for inside some scrapbooks I’m making from our trip to Disneyland!

  72. The last interactive card I made was a flippin’ awesome card for my husband’s birthday. He LOVED it! I love this new shutter card and add-on. Your release has some wonderful new products, my want list is getting long…

  73. Oh my! I love interactive cards! I am always so pleased with the end result but I only make them for very special occasions! The last one I made was for a friend’s birthday in March and it was using the pivot pop up die.

  74. So excited for the upcoming release ! So many fun items that can be used now and in the coming year ! Can’t wait 🙂

  75. Love this design! Already tried that some time ago without dies, but it did not turn out so well sadly. My last interactive card was a Diamond Gatefold Card ^^

  76. Such cute cards!! I love all the different interactive cards! The last one I made was a birthday card using the magic iris!

  77. I made a Picture Changer Card using your die set and using your Let’s Taco ’bout your birthday stamp set! Made it for one of my granddaughters for her birthday and she loved it! I love interactive cards!!!! The first attempt always takes some effort and time but after you get the hang of it they are so much fun!

  78. Love the shutter card! The last interactive card I did was a pull tab slide card. I had some little mice pop out from behind some sunflowers. It turned out super cute!

  79. The last interactive card I made was a congrats pop up box for someone who had been in the hospital for six months! She loved it!!

  80. Ooooh sooooo FUN! Loving the Shutters! The last 2 interactive cards I made were a Reveal Wheel one using your dies and the Hey Lady stamps and dies. The other one was a Slider card using the Slide On Over dies with the Dino and leaves from the Rawr set. My grand daughter looooooves these types of cards. I also make a ton, I mean a ton of Shaker cards, they’re probably my favorite!

  81. My grandchildren love the pop up box card, so I make those a lot. Since I don’t get to see them that much lately, I am always making and sending interactive cards for them. They love them!

  82. Another win for Lawn Fawn with this simplified and easy to make shutter card! No need to measure just assemble! Love it! I just finished making a pivot pop up birthday card!

  83. I made a pull tab slimline card by modifying the pull tab (I made it longer) and the area for the tab pull (I just cut out the area multiple times with the die because I’m not very good with an Xacto knife).

  84. It’s been awhile since I made an interactive card.
    This covid thing has kind of killed my creative
    spirit – hope to get it back soon. Love cards
    that “do” something – these look like fun.
    thanks for sharing so many wonderful ideas.

  85. Love this! I made a few cards with the magic iris recently for birthdays and everyone loved the interactive part!!! 🧡🧡

  86. Those Halloween foxes are too cute! The last interactive card I made was a camera add-on pull tab slider for my dad’s birthday, he thought it was pretty neat!

  87. I have made shutter cards before without a die and they can be tricky. This looks so much easier! My last interactive card used your magic iris and camera add-on for a fun birthday card. I love Lawn Fawn’s thoughtfully designed interactive die sets!

  88. This is great. I love a card that offers something fun like this. I have the Magic Iris, the Magic Picture Changer, and NOW, I have to have this! My grandbabies love the interactive surprise. Lawn Fawn, you are amazing when it comes to coming out with the most awesome releases!!!

  89. Helped my 7 year old make her own scalloped box pop up card. Not sure who had more fun 🙂

    I’m always a sucker for belly band – but with stitching? Yes!!

  90. The last interactive card i made was the Reveal Wheel using the Fortune Teller Tabby set. It was my first time using the reveal wheel and i love how it came out! Soooo much fun and sooo pretty!!

  91. Yes please!! I must have these! I make lots of interactive cards for kiddos and these would be a great addition to my collection. The last interactive card that I made (and my favorite type of card to make) was a box card. They’re so much fun!

  92. ohhh my gosh!! I am loving all of these new designs… I need to make a wish list and hope my families gets me everything on it LOL – I have bought so much stuff since starting card making in March I am officially out of funds..but I will find a way to get all these new goodies. Totally loving the Shutter Card and Shutter Card Add-On and of course ACORNS!!!
    I just love acorns for some reason! Has anyone seen the Totoro video? When my middle child was about three she had that movie memorized and was just like Mei – and then she asked me to plant her an Acorn tree!! I am just soooooo excited!!! Broke – but excited LOL YAY!!!!

  93. I have several Lawn Fawn interactive card die sand love them all! Not only is the finished product adorable but the die makes it so easy to create. The last interactive card I made was the scalloped box card for my friend.

  94. I love interactive cards and these are all so awesome! The last interactive card I made was the magic iris camera card. It was fun to make too !

  95. Oh I can’t wait to play with this one! I just finished my 1st interactive Halloween card of the season yesterday with a spooky reveal wheel 2 story haunted house. Thanks for the chance.

  96. My wallet is crying TT v TT these shitter cards are adorable! The last interactive card I made was a pop-up card back in January I believe 😳

  97. The last interactive card I made was using the Reveal Wheel. It was for my nephew b-day. All the examples that the team created are amazing.

  98. Amazing and very beautiful cards!! Last interactive card I made was for my nephew. It was super hero on a wobbler and my other nephew’s card was about trains planes and dinosaurs that popped up and moved from side to side.

  99. I made 3 last week. One a pivot card using, Meow you doin’ and 2 magic iris one a beach scene and the other using once a upon a star. These are so cute!!!!

  100. I love these interactive cards. I have never made one but would love to try!! Those squirrels!! I could eat them up!!!! I love those little critters!!

  101. The last interactive card I made was the flippin awesome card! I love how they are a mini scene and you can do so much with them!

  102. I recently made a slider card for my nephew’s birthday. Kids love the interactive cards so they’re always my go to for them.

  103. Love my reveal wheel card! I made a birthday card for my grandson. I think his mama loved playing with it the most, LOL!

  104. I used the coloring changing die for a grad card. I love the shutter die can’t wait to make the Christmas card with the den sweet den stamp set

  105. I did 2 interactive cards this week, my Mom’s birthday is on the 7th of September, she is getting a card with the pop up Happy Birthday and a couple additional pop ups in a slim line card. My nephew is getting a card with the pivot pop up, his birthday is on the 6th. His card is outer space themed and my moms is a garden party.

  106. It been a while since I made an interactive card. It was a Magic Iris camera card with add on. Their was also a shaker in the lens area. Christmas of course using the yeti, because Christmas/winter scenes are my favorite. Can’t wait to try this new interactive set. I’m thinking it would be a great alternative to a normal advent calendar. The number on the front with a different happy surprise scene inside for each day. I off to make some sketches.

  107. I made a Flippin’ Awesome Thank You card for our Team Trainer at the office, working so hard to remotely train our team. Had thank yous from a different critter on each flap– jellyfish, elephant, owl, bluebird 🙂

  108. The last interactive card I made was a pop-up card using the Lawn Fawn Pop-Up Happy Birthday die, the person who recieved it loved it!

  109. I’ve never made an interactive card before but I would love to! Also in love with the books and bears images, so cute!

  110. How do you do it everytime?. Each time i think it couldnt be beter en then bammm it’s even more mindblowing then the one before….

  111. The only interactive cards I’ve made are shaker cards.. if that counts. I do have the pop-up- box card die that I haven’t used yet. 🙈

  112. The last interactive card i made was a flippin awesome fairy merry Christmas in july card for my grandparents. Absolutely love that die set and making stories with my cards 😊

  113. Lawn Fawn never ceases to amaze me with your creativity and innovation! This brand new Shutter Card with Shutter Card Add-On is amazing!!!

  114. These are so cute! I love the bear book set! The most recent interactive card I made was a birthday card for my mother last Thursday using the reveal wheel set and the shooting star add on and the Upon a Star set. I was so pleased with the turn out and my mom loved it.

  115. The last interactive card I made was a double slider beach themed one for Father’s Day. It showed all my F-I-L’s grandkids as sand ‘mermaids’ to remind him of the fun times we’ve spent at the beach together!

  116. The last time I made an interactive card, (I actually made 8) was to use the Magic Iris Die set to make Bey Blades party invitations for my son’s birthday party. (Which will be used next year when we can hopefully have a party).
    I love all the interactive cards and this is now on my wishlist when I thought my collection was complete haha.

  117. Very cute cards today! The last interactive cards I made were wiper cards and they were for a card drive for the kids affected by the horrendous Camp fire in California.

  118. The last interactive card was for my mom’s upcoming birthday using Just My Type. I was a pull tab card where when the tab is pulled, a paper comes out of the typewriter saying “Hapy Birthday to You!”

  119. Flippin awesome and it was AWESOME! I like to write poems and so this little “book” is perfect for that – thanks LF!!

  120. The last interactive card I made was a shaker card. And these cards are all so amazing… oh no, makes me add more to my ever growing wishlist!!

  121. This die is an amazing concept. I don’t know how you come up with all the innovative dies. It is definitely a must have.

  122. Another fun interactive die! I love all of the wonderful projects by the design team and other contributors! The last interactive card I made was a pop-up spiral using Lawn Fawn Dandy Day paper.

  123. This is too cute! The last interactive card I made was a shadow box, made for myself to remind myself to pamper and relax:)

  124. The last interactive card I made used the Interactive Car Critters Reveal Wheel for my niece who turned 16. It was too perfect!

  125. Wow what a fun die set. My last interactive card used the mini pop up box, it was filled with cupcakes, streamers and presents.

  126. Helllo from Malta, NY. Lawn Fawn, do you know that my bank account is not speaking to me. I do not know what to do Lawn Fawn products make me so happy. Do I really need to pay my bills this month.

  127. It’s been awhile, but the last interactive card I made would have been a reveal wheel at a class. This new die looks fun!

  128. Omgosh! I simply must get my hot little hands on this! The interactive opportunities are endless & the DT have proved that. Awesome design & inspiration. Thanks for the ideas & I can’t wait to create with it.

  129. Fabulous cards and
    the shuttle part. Is so
    neat! I made some
    interactive cards for
    Valentine’s Day
    Carla from Utah

  130. The last interactive card I made was coincidentally a shutter card following instructions on a video, this would have been much easier. Thank you for sharing the wonderful inspiration from the designers.

  131. I adore the shutter cards by the design team!! So creative and so much detail in each card. The last interactive card I made was a Lawn Fawn shaker card in Julie Kelly’s Zoom Lawn Fawn card class at the Creative Escape last Saturday. So much fun! It’s great to be able to take a class at home with Zoom with the pre-made packets.

  132. Honestly, its been a couple of years since I’ve made a card, a hiatus if you will. But I’m back to crafting, and with a vengeance lol THIS. IS AWESOME!! 😍

  133. The BEAR DEN is so adorable! My last interactive card was a spinner for someone who had a bad fall. Not sure if a waterfall card is considered interactive, but also made one for a get well so she could flip through scripture verses for encouragement.

  134. My last interactive card was a box explosion card, using flippin’ awesome, magic colour and lots of different origami folds for my panels of the box!

  135. The last card I made used the reveal wheel. I love using your stamps and dies. My recipient’s love receiving my cards as well.

  136. My last interactive card used the double slider surprise die. I did a dog on the front panel, which I colored to look like our current dog–a beagle. Each of the slider sides also featured a dog–our Dalmatian and our Brittany, both of whom died years ago but always have a place in our hearts. My husband loved it!

  137. The last interactive card I made was the peacock before and after. In fact, the last several cards I made were the peacock before and after

  138. Awe that shutter die looks Awesome….what FABULOUS DT creations… last interactive card I made was with the magic iris die using the camera add on die.

  139. The last interactive card I made was using the magic iris camera add-on. It was an anniversary card for my brother which held a picture of him and my sister-in-law on their wedding day.

  140. The last interactive card I made was using the “Slide On Over Maze” summarizing a road trip that my BF and I took a few years ago from the East Coast to the West Coast. My BF loved it!

  141. If a shaker card counts as interactive then I made one in early July. If it does not count, then the last card I made interactive was a lift the flap and I made that on the 31st of August. Of this year! Hahahaha!
    This is a fun interactive shadow card! I watched the video today and so enjoyed seeing Kelly, and hearing her AND Chari! It was like a super bonus day, video wise, for Lawn Fawnies!!!
    Again I don’t know how you all come up with such great ideas but I would love to be a critter on the wall and sit in on your creative meetings! Crafty hugs!

  142. The last interactive card I made was a pivot pop up card using critters from the past and Rawrsome. It was a birthday card for my daughter who loves dinosaurs.

  143. It’s been a while since I made an interactive card…I think the last one was a pull-tab card for my niece or nephew last last shaker card was around that time too…lots of fall birthdays for the younger ones.
    Thanks for sharing these awesome cards!

  144. I love these cards – wish my interactive cards were this amazing! The last one I made was a pop-up box card for my niece for her 18th birthday last month.

  145. WOW! Talk about a deceitfully “simple” looking card, until you open it for a gorgeous surprise. The last interactive card I made was using the magic picture changer to make a get well card for a family member who had surgery.

  146. Love the new Shutter Card and Shutter Card add-on dies. The Design Teams cards are amazing.
    Hmmm – last interactive card I made was a birthday card for my grandson with the Slide on Over Maze and Village Hero stamps/dies. It was a big hit.

  147. Hmm, the last interactive card I made… do shaker cards count? Otherwise I think it was back after Creative when I took a LF class at my local store. We made the flip up one? I do know I bought the shutter card die, but have been too intimidated to make it

  148. The last interactive card I tried to make was a shutter card. I saw someone make one and tried to make one. I am so excited for this to come out!

  149. I love this! Interactive cards are so much fun! I’m hoping this will fit on a standard 6” plate or I’ll have to buy a bigger machine 😂

  150. My last inteactive card was
    A birthday card made with te lawn fawn iris and the camera …
    Its Just a lovely combi

  151. I made a stitched scalloped pop-up box card for my nephew’s birthday in August. I used the “pizza my heart” stamps and dies with it because my nephew is now 13 and thinks all food should be either pizza or tacos… I think the card turned out super cute. He has it on his bedside table, still. We’re three weeks past his birthday now, so I hope that means he liked it.
    I love this new die set from lawn fawn. I almost bought something very similar from another company, but I’m glad I waited now, because with all the guides and placement helps, this should be relatively easy to put together, and the design team cards are giving me lots of ideas!

  152. I used the Lawn Fawn Pop Up die with the cute little Mice for a fun birthday card. Interactive cards are such a fun way to expand on card making.

  153. I like the style of the shutter cards. I’ve never made a band for my cards, so it would be interesting to try. I haven’t made an interactive card yet.

  154. I haven’t made an interactive card in ages! I’m usually too rushed to get one done for an occasion to get fussy. But your dies make it so easy!

  155. I LOVE interactive cards!!! The first interactive card I ever saw was a LF picture changer. Love at first sight and been hooked since! ❤️❤️❤️ This one as well!! Can’t wait to try it out!!!!

  156. The last card I made was a pop-up card with my favorite mice family!
    I can’t wait for the release to create a shutter card!

  157. What an easy way to create a shutter card! I love interactive cards and have a friend who loves receiving them. The last one I made I used the roller coaster stamps and dies from Lawn Fawn and created a roller coaster that moved! Thank you for the chance to win!!

  158. I love interactive cards!!!! Thank you Lawn Fawn for continuing to make it easier for crafters to make awesome interactive card! xo

  159. Amazing samples from the DT!! Last interactive card I made was a slider using Critters in the dog park, colored to look just like the recipients little dog.

  160. I’ve made a variety of interactive cards from the waterfall cards to pop-ups and I recently got the reveal a wheel die and stamp set which I can’t wait to use! OMG, these shutter cards are the cutest! Who wouldn’t be so excited to get a card like this?

  161. Love this interactive die!! I made my last interactive card last week. And it was a pull tab photo (with your camera die) for a graduation!

  162. The last interactive card I made was a Halloween Haunted House card with skeletons and I added a wobble to the back of one of the skeletons so it could dance. Fun interactive card creations.
    “Sunshine HoneyBee”

  163. Absolutely adorable cards! I need that die in my life! The last interactive card I made was a birthday card for my Godson’s birthday last month using the Lawn Fawn Magic Picture Changer die. Your interactive dies are my absolute fave!

  164. I’m working on a reveal wheel card now! But have the magic iris ready to use. Unfortunately have to stop and make a few pet sympathy /rainbow bridge cards – but have the new stitched rainbow 🌈 die (thank you for coming out with it)

  165. The last interactive card I made used the magic iris & magic iris add-on. I used stamps from On the Beach as well All the Clouds with several other Lawn Fawn dies to make a beach scene that opened up to reveal the fox in the hammock!

  166. So excited to see new snowglobe additions. I made 15 camera slide cards for my granddaughters birthday favors. They were a big hit with most of the girls having instax cameras so they could add their own photo. Can’t wait to try thr shutter cards.

  167. Omg. Want it. My last interactive card was built a castle for my goddaughter birthday with the rainbow in the background. She loved it.

  168. I love all the creative ways the design teams come up with to use the shutter cards. I haven’t made inter-active cards. Maybe now is the time to start.

  169. Um…. I bought the chibi light kit from last holiday season and used it to make a card for my dad last year. I don’t do many interactive cards. I just don’t have much time and the part that I enjoy the most are coloring the images, so I find I don’t lean towards the interactive cards.

  170. These cards are so cute. The last interactive card I made was a pop up box card using my Lawn Fawn dies. They’re so fun.

  171. love the Christmas card – just bought the snowflakes and I have the holographic paper – can’t wait for the shutter card die

  172. Hi ! My last interactive card was a magic iris one for my boyfriend’ birthday ! A mouse is looking in a spyglass. What she sees in it is behind the magic iris : two bunnies sailing ! (These bunnies are colored like ours).

  173. I had to think about this because I love, love, love interactive cards!!! In the last week I’ve made 3 lol. The very last one used the Flippin’ Awesome die. It’s so stinking cute!!! With the Mom + Me set about “You give the best hugs”. This shutter die looks like a new favourite.

  174. It’s been a quick minute since I did anything more than an action wobble but it was a pop up box card. I’m really excited for this new interactive addition!

  175. Oh man, the last interactive card I made was back in May. I made a birthday card for a friend using the magic iris set. As you can see it’s been a while. This new set is pretty cool and I’m loving the card samples from all the designers. Thanks!

  176. I made a card with an action bobble. I am always looking for fun ways to surprise my nephiews. I love this design that you have today. It is so going into my studio of fun.

  177. I haven’t made an interactive card as of yet. Do have one of the dies to make one happen at some point. Can’t wait to see what else if going to be shone in the next few days.

  178. Wow! Lots of fun card ideas here! I have not made an interactive card in a while actually, but one of my favorites i have done was a card that expanded and had some panels for lots of stickers and photos.

  179. The last interactive card I made was a string spinner so the front and back stamped image spun when you opened the card. The samples are so cute today.

  180. The last Interactive card I made was a flippin awesome. And it was as much fun to make it as for my friend to play with it. And I am sure the shutter card will be like that too. Your explanations make it so easy.

  181. My bestie worked out the math on creating this card a couple years ago and I just couldn’t face all that math to create a card! Now, with this die I can make super awesome cards and love love love them!

  182. My last interactive card was a slider card using the “you’re claw-some” stamp set! This die set is so simple and clever.

  183. Wow, this just opens a whole new world to interactive cards! Love this idea! I’ve just finished completing three different Magic Iris cards, each with the different MI add-on’s, which will be uploaded to my YouTube channel. I had so much fun creating them. Awesome inspiration by the DT & lots of great ideas on how to use the new shutter die. Thanks heaps 🙂

  184. This shutter card!!! Squeeeeee! The last interactive card I made was a Lawn Fawn Flippin’ Awesome card!I love the interactive dies that you all have created. Please keep ’em up! So much fun.

  185. The last interactive card I made was probably the Christmas card I made with the Lawn Fawn Ready, Set, Snow snowglobe. I made it into a shaker ornament that could be removed from the front of the card.

  186. Another ingenious die from Lawn Fawn!!! The DTs cards are so perfect. Love them all! Hmmm it’s been a long time since I’ve made an interactive card but I think it was when Kelly was in Canada at Clipper Street and we created a make n take!

  187. I’m actually new to interactive cards and have never made one! This set is definitely making me want to start though!

  188. I used the shadow box die to create a little car with my cousin’s photo in it, to celebrate her learning to drive. 🙂

  189. Squirrels, foxes, and bears…Oh My! How to choose from so many creative and cute examples of the imagination…I want to share all of them with my loved ones…better get started now…So excited to start stamping and inking!

  190. Hi the last interactive card i made is the scalloped box card 😀 ik love to make those scenes with extra dimension. cannot wait to get my hands on de shutter card

  191. Last interactive card…mmm…I think it was a slider card for my housband’s birthday, but it was tooo long ago =(

  192. I absolutely love this! I must have it. I’ve been so interested in making a shutter card lately, but too overwhelmed to do it on my own.

  193. Love the interaction cards. So cute. Everyone really enjoys receiving them, gives them the element of surprise. Designers sure have creative minds. Can hardly wait, so anxious to receive them.

  194. Must have that new shutter card!!! So cool!!!
    (Also – to admins, clicking the Leave a comment button, takes you to the top of the blog post, not the bottom.)

    1. My most favorite card and the last one I made was a dandy day card. And so I love it. I love all your interactive cards.

  195. The last interactive card I made was a Flippin Awesome card for my niece’s Grade 12 Grad. Thanks for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  196. Thank you for sharing your incredible talents! So much inspiration!! Last interactive card I made was an iris card with a space man and earth behind the iris. It was for my dads last Father’s Day. I knew he would pass away from cancer soon so I wanted it to be special.

  197. This shutter card is my favourite so far. Really love the interaction. I made a box pop up card for my grandson using Paw Patrol. I made a flowerpot card for a birthday card

  198. My last interactive card wasn’t really a card, it was an exploding box. Some nice and adorable colleague had to leave the company, and since we were a team of 5, 4 had to say good-bye. So, every one of us had a side of the box to write some loving words.

  199. I have never tried interactive cards before.
    These are so cute and whimsical. I think I need to give them a try!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

  200. I love lawn fawn’s interactive dies, they make creating cool cards so easy! The last one I made was a magic picture changer get well card.

  201. The last interactive card I made was a reveal wheel card in a class at one of our local scrapbook stores, back in the good old pre-COVID days.

  202. I made some scalloped pop up boxes but I really wanted to make a card with your pivot die. Looking forward to crafting again soon.

  203. I don’t make very many interactive cards. I think the last one I made was a reveal wheel card that I made with my card class.

  204. My go to so far for interactive cards are the Chibitronics light up systems- they make me feel like a mad scientist lol

  205. I just love the interactive cards. The reveal wheel I use all the time and now with the iris camera die. Can’t wait to be able to get the shutter one to add to my ever growing lawn fawn stash.

  206. I love the interactive dies!
    The latest one I made was with the magic iris. So fun!
    Thanks for all your amazing samples.

  207. I don’t make a ton of interactive cards since I don’t get a lot of time to craft with our busy lives. But I do have the center cut window die set and love making those cards. The shutter card die set looks so cute.

  208. I love this die set! The last interactive card I made was a Christmas card using the reveal wheel and the mice on ice stamp and die set. I love making interactive cards – it brings such joy to the recipient!

  209. I don’t make many interactive cards but my last one was a birthday flip card design that I had fun with. Loving this cute interactive card with all the critters.

  210. I love this die. The last interactive card I made was the slim line lift a flap. I always look forward to the new interactive dies. So much fun. Thanks. Take care ❤️

  211. The last interactive card I made was with the magic iris die – a beachy card for my boss – she said she had to stop playing with it, because she did not want to ruin it!

  212. All of these cards are absolutely gorgeous love love love interactive dies so this shutter die is for me I can’t wait to get my hands on this new release Amazing job

  213. I love this! And I love making interactive cards 💜 I last used the tiny pop-up box in a Slimline card as it fits really well!

  214. The Shutter die is super fun. What great inspiration cards! I made an easel card. Does that count as interactive? Before that I make a pull tab card. I read Cherie’s comment that she made a Slimline card with a tiny pop-up box in it. Now I want to try that.

  215. Wow! Look at all the beautiful work here. I would love a card like that. I have to admit, I have not made an interactive card, I am afraid it’s above my skill level, but I am dabbling a bit, just nothing has come together yet lol. I know I can do it, I just need to learn to be patient! Do you all sell that?:)

  216. The Shutter Card and Shutter Card Add-On are brilliant and will be so great for those of us who have never tried making one.

    The last interactive card I made was for my two grandsons and I hand cut all the pieces and the paper panels that I popped them up on. It was a winter scene with snowflakes and deer.

  217. Love!!!! The last interactive card I made was a LF camera with the photo add on ❤️ I brought the stuff over to a friends house and we made it together!

  218. I love interactive cards. I make at least one a week. My youngest is in college and I send him a new card every week. This week’s card is a Halloween one with the Lawn Fawn stencil bricks and stars, and the castle made into a haunted house, with the greetings from the spooky town set, that pops up. I have been happy to discover Lawn Fawn in the last few years and can’t wait for all the new sets and add ons…

  219. The last interactive cards I was made were birthday cards for every student of my class. I used the reveal wheel, the happy birthday to you stamp and the ballons (both from the spring release).

  220. The last interactive card I made was a celebratory card to a coworker for her years of service! Been loving the magic iris and know I will love the shutter card!

  221. Awesome cards, how do you alwys come up with new Ideas for new interactive products? 😮
    It wa sactually quite a while ago I made an interactive card even though I love those! I think it was a scalloped pop up box, the interactive die I use the most and love the most. Even though all new products are great and creative I think that one has a special place in my heart, it was the first intereactive die cut and the reason I got a big Shot!

  222. I made a lift the flap card for one of my grandchildren. They love lifting up the flap to see what’s there. I love the gate fold card ideas!

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