Season’s Tweetings Inspiration with the Lawn Fawn Design Team!

Happy Monday, friends! Our Season’s Tweetings set for Simon Says Stamp’s STAMPtember sold out so fast, and we can’t believe it! Thank you all so much for snapping up this fun set! Even though it is sold out, we still wanted to show you these cards from the design team because they are too gorgeous not to share!

There is still a lot of STAMPtember fun happening at Simon Says Stamp with new collaborations each day! Be sure to check out the new sets at the Simon Says Stamp blog!

Today we have some amazing Design Team inspiration for you!

From the tall slimline design to the awesome inked background and the glittery ornaments, Nichol‘s Season’s Tweetings card is a total wow!

Latisha‘s card is just so much colorful fun! I love how she stenciled the Snowflake Trio in beautiful rainbow colors to coordinate with the Christmas lights and birds!

The Let it Shine 12×12 papers are a perfect backdrop for Elena‘s beautiful tall slimline card! She added falling snow with the Snowy Sky Stencil to the gold foil dots in the Mint Sprinkle ‘n Shine paper!

Elise created an adorable pair of cards with beautiful sparkle from the glitter paste accents that she added using the Snowy Sky Stencil!

Audrey‘s gorgeous card features the Snowflake Trio Stencil in an awesome inked backdrop! I love how she used the tree branch to create a stand for the bird house, that is just so clever! She added festive flair with greenery from Deck the Halls!

Grace used the tree branches to create a pretty wreath shape for her lovely shaker card! She filled the shaker window with Chunky Glitter and added more festive style with the vellum Fancy Wavy Banner for the embossed sentiment!

Megan‘s adorable Center Picture Window Card closes into a mini card with a cute trio of birds! On the inside, Megan turned the card on the side to create a fun 3D perspective!

I love how Jenn used white cardstock as a design element for her pretty pair of cards! The colorful images pop since the background is neutral! On her first card, Jenn stenciled on some sparkle with the Starry Sky Stencil! The second card has a bright border courtesy of the Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frame!

I love Kara‘s happy scene with the glowing Christmas lights! How cute are all of the those birds lined up the string of colored lights that stretch the length of the slimline design!

Glittery strings of lights! Yes, please! Chari created an ink blended and splattered backdrop for her sweet scene!

Melissa stamped and white heat-embossed the Christmas lights. Then, letting the inky background show through she added glittery goodness to the lights! The happy little birds are ready to bring in the holidays with their season’s tweetings!

Lynnette‘s trio of cards feature sweet little vignettes backed by Let it Shine papers! The Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frames add a fun design element!

Tammy used the tree branch stamps to create a Christmas tree shape! I love how she added the holly and ornaments along with the birds to fill in this super clever design!

For her second design, Tammy created a tall slimline card to fill with the tree branches! The background gets a fun look with the Snowflake Trio Stencil and stripey frame of Let it Shine 12 x12 paper!

Thanks so much for joining us today! We hope we inspired you to use your new Season’s Tweetings set in fun ways! These beautifully clever cards are also great for design ideas with lots of others sets!

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10 thoughts on “Season’s Tweetings Inspiration with the Lawn Fawn Design Team!

    1. I love Lawn Fawn, but I don’t like these exclusive sets that sell out on the first day. I really don’t like seeing a brand new blog post with inspiration for a stamp set that isn’t even available. I have zero love for the Simon Says Stamp company and as much as I love Lawn Fawn I don’t like seeing them collaborate with SSS, I’d much rather they only work with Ellen Huston who has excellent customer service.

  1. I love Lawn Fawn, but I don’t like these exclusive sets that sell out on the first day. I really don’t like seeing a brand new blog post with inspiration for a stamp set that isn’t even available. I have zero love for the Simon Says Stamp company and as much as I love Lawn Fawn I don’t like seeing them collaborate with SSS, I’d much rather they only work with Ellen Huston who has excellent customer service.

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