Lawn Fawn Intro: Magic Iris Tropical Add-On, Tropical Leaves Stencil and Tropical Leaves Background Stencils

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Summer 2021 Inspiration and Release week! On June 24th our 7 new stamp sets and coordinating dies, 16 new standalone die sets, 4 new stencil sets and a colorful new paper collection will be for sale at your favorite store and at! Woohoo! Until then we will have fun posts with design team projects, videos, and giveaways!

We already have seven places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Toucan Do It post!
S’more the Merrier post!!
Tiny Birthday Friends post!
Simple Stripes and Giant Birthday Messages post!
Watercolor Wishes Rainbow post!
Delightful Daisy post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-OnTropical Leaves Stencil and Tropical Leaves Background Stencils! Pair this new Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On set with Magic Iris and Magic Iris Add-On to create a project that features a tropical leaves frame that opens to reveal a surprise! This Lawn Cuts set can also be used on its own to create a pretty frame.

Create a beautiful, tropical background with this set of two Tropical Leaves Background Stencils, or add a few leaves to your projects with our Tropical Leaves Stencil!

The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these new sets! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

This beautiful card by Audrey is so amazing! Starting with the wonderful black and white Simple Stripes: Portrait background to the amazing focal point she created, this design screams tropical paradise! She used the Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On to frame the pair of flamingoes from Flamingo Together! The gold splatters and glittery gold leaves tucked behind the flowers are extra special details!

Mindy‘s Center Picture Window Card gets an amazing tropical vibe from the Tropical Leaves Stencil! The combination of the Toucan Do It critters and the Wild for You elephant go perfectly with her Cole’s ABCs greeting!

I love Latisha’s beautiful design! She stenciled with Tropical Leaves Background Stencils in shades of pink on a Simple Stripes: Portrait panel. It adds a subtle design along with the stitched border! She added a Magic Messages sentiment that fits perfectly in the pretty Cilantro green Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On. The finishing touch of the pink flowers ties in with the stenciled leaves!

Kara created a tropical paradise for her Shutter Card! She used Watercolor Wishes Rainbow papers to construct the Shutter Card, adding stenciled Tropical Leaves to the polka dots on the inside! Using Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On to frame the shutter, she added Tropical Vine Borders, the tiny hibiscus flowers in the add-on set and some cute Toucan Do It critters to finish this amazing card!

Mindy‘s Magic Iris interactive card features a beautiful inked Magic Iris Add-On panel! She framed the iris with the new Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On and hid a Magic Messages sentiment inside! The pair of jaguars and happy toucan are sending “big hugs“!

Elise created an eye-catching background with the Tropical Leaves Background Stencils using rich colors of green and teal! I love how she grouped the Toucan Do It critters around her Louie’s ABCs custom greeting!

Yainea‘s card is gorgeous! She cut the Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On from Watercolor Wishes Rainbow “emerald” paper along with a Stitched Rectangle Frame and some extra Tropical Leaves. She layered them on a Rainforest card base and attached a pair of toucans and the cute little lizard!

I love how Tammy white embossed the tropical leaves from Toucan Do It on the kraft panel; it makes a great background for her adorable card! She arranged Wild for You critters with a jaguar peeking out from the Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On with tropical leaves stencils behind them!

I love how Audrey added subtle texture and just the hint of leaves from the Tropical Leaves Stencil in the background! The Tropical Vine Borders, cute toucans and Critter Chatter sentiments add up to an awesome card design!

Latisha‘s card is absolutely stunning with the large Tropical Leaves stenciled in the background!

Lynnette took full advantage of the mini hibiscus flowers to complete this tropical wreath! She used Sunburst Backdrop with Watercolor Wishes Rainbow in sunny Citrine and framed the card to match the flowers with Shimmer cardstock from the tropical pack!

Elena‘s pink Tropical Leaves stenciled background adds a soft look while keeping a lush tropical vibe! The pink pairs beautifully with the green Magic Iris Tropical Leaves Add-On and the Toucan Do It images add lots of fun!

Now, we have a video to introduce and share some fun ways to add tropical fun to your Magic Iris projects with Magic Iris Tropical Add-On! I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thanks for watching!

And now, we have a little video to introduce and share some fun ways to use Tropical Leaves Stencil, Tropical Leaves Background Stencils and Slimline Tropical Leaves Border! You can watch it below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Magic Iris Tropical Add-OnTropical Leaves Stencil and Tropical Leaves Background Stencils! Tomorrow is Release Day! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us how you would use our new tropical stencils on a project by TODAY June 23rd at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Thursday, June 24th for our Summer 2021 Release Reveal and Giveaway 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!

Summer 2021 Release products will be available on June 24th!
Magic Iris Tropical Add-On
Tropical Leaves Stencil
Tropical Leaves Background Stencils

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Have an amazing day!


332 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Magic Iris Tropical Add-On, Tropical Leaves Stencil and Tropical Leaves Background Stencils

  1. I would use the new stencils with the delightful toucan and as a background to many simple and pretty cards.

  2. This is so cute! My nephew is having a tropical theme birthday party, this would be perfect for making invitations !

  3. i love the stencils! ii would likely start by case-ing one of the ones in this post and also just play with them to see what i can so!

  4. Yay! Love all the backgrounds with the leaf stencils 🌿 I would like to try a tropical rainbow colored background
    Can’t wait for tomorrow! 🌿

  5. I would love to use these stencils to make a tropical themed card with a flamingo hidden in the leaves!
    I’d be inclined to use greens, but after seeing the examples from the team with other colours I’m inspired to be more creative and make a rainbow of leaves. They look great in pink!

  6. Love the tone on tone and the kind of rainbow look created by the DT so I might start with something similar and then go from there. Think it would also look amazing stenciled onto black cardstock with Distress Oxide and will give that a try for sure!
    Thanks for an amazing summer release week and all the inspiration delivered. That didn’t help keeping my list a bit smaller this time, though. 😉

  7. I would love to use the tropical stencils to make a card with a rainbow background. Paired with a colourful toucan the card would be gorgeous

  8. I would use the tropical stencil with the monkey stamp set to have a really nice background. This is such a great release!

  9. This tropical stencil is the perfect introduction into getting one of my granddaughters into card marking. The size of the images on the stencil are a perfect beginning.

  10. I would use it for scrapbook pages for my son. Also could use them for masculine cards too. Such cute projects today, I really like the pink ink used for the leaves too

  11. I would use the tropical stencil for a jungle or garden background! So happy to see the Magic Iris add-on! I recently used my Magic Iris to make a tree and was thinking how neat it would be to have a more tree-like shape.

  12. Beautiful tropical leaf stencils! Love them! How do I use them? To make a background, and on the corners. Since I live on tropical island, I’m always making cards with tropical leaves, but haven’t had any Stencils yet. It’ll be a great addition to my “tropical” collection! <3

  13. Totally in love with the leaves stencil and slimline border😍. The creative examples by the team make you want it all!

  14. I love how Chari made a simple, colorful/rainbow background using just the stencils! I would do something similar.

  15. I would ink blend white ink through the background stencil on kraft paper and then add tropical leaves and a sentiment on top 🙂

  16. So many crafty ideas using the stencil and magic iris leaves… I love how your products are all designed in a way that they can be used with older sets as well as the new ones. Lawn Fawn you guys are amazing!

  17. I would use the stencils to add some fun to my backgrounds with all the greens and some rainbow colors

  18. I LOVE the tropical leaves stencil so much! I think it would be cute to use that and the tropical leaves magic iris add on, along with the smoothie set, to make a really fun tropical drink birthday card!

  19. I would use the stencil as a background for all the jungle critters I have. I love this tropical leaves stencils.

  20. I’m already planning a tropical, rainbow-coloured, stencilled wreath for my mum’s birthday card! She loves tropical house plants, and I know she’s going to love it!

  21. I would like to try and have a sparkling background for these cute jungle critters using ink blending, these new stencils, and a glitter paste.

  22. I’m imagining a beautiful set of “thank you” cards with these stencils! Living in Florida, every occasion is a reason to use palm leaves!! 🌴

  23. I’m thinking of using this stencil to make an adorable birthday card for my friend who loves tropical vacations!

  24. Well that’s easy! I would copy all of the wonderful cards and projects from the Lawn Fawn design team! Fabulous work as always!

  25. The topical leaves add on is aweaome. I love its versatility. It can be used in the shutter card, by itself, eith the magic iris! And it looks so pretty with the hibiscus flowers in it!

  26. I just love this stencil and those leaves dies! Surely on my wishlist =)
    I would use the stencil to create some beautiful patterned backgrounds

  27. I would use the stencils to make backgrounds for cards using my Critters in the Jungle set or for the beautiful Hibiscus die that is in this release. Thank you for the chance to win. Good luck everyone.

  28. I would start with coping some of the DT’s background, just to get the hang of it. I think any of the elephant stamps would look good with this stencil. Maybe a selfie in a jungle scene. A camera would look great with the leaves.

  29. I love the look of the leaves stenciled in different colors, I would love to try that with oxide inks!

  30. The tropical leaves would be perfect for cheerful birthday cards. I would pair them with wild animal sets for a fun, cohesive design.

  31. I’d like to make some wall art for my sister as her whole house is decorated with a tropical theme

  32. Oh my goodness…. these stencils are SO fun! I would love to use them with pigment ink on kraft cardstock!

  33. I am totally in love with Chari’s card shown in the video where she blended 5 colours throught the two stencils, it’s one of the prettiest I’ve seen and would definitely use it as inspiration for my own card!

  34. I would use the stencils with texture paste and glitter to make gorgeous backgrounds to my cards ❤

  35. My youngest daughter is having a flamingo and pineapple themed party in August so we will be using this stencil on everything! Invitations, decorations, scrapbook pages and thank yous! I think we may need all the things from this release for that party haha!

  36. Those new tropical stencils are gorgeous! I would us them to overlap different shades of green tropical leaves for my background. They would make an amazing scene for my “wild” critters 🙂

  37. I have some funny Monkeys who would look great with a tropical leaf background. Love the stencils.

  38. I love the look of the layered stencil leaves in different colors. I would use them to create a border around a card and then add all of the cute jungle critters.

  39. I think I would use these stencils with various techniques to make vibrant backgrounds where it would just put a sentiment strip.

    1. I would use this stencil to make a nice background in rainbow colors. Maybe add some nice flowers to it and some insects from the bug deal stamps!

  40. I love the LF stencils and the tropical leaves is no exception. Would be great for backgrounds, but with more vibrant colors it could be the main feature of a card, with just a sentiment. Can’t wait to n play.

  41. I will be using multiple different colors like Chari did! Thanks for the super great inspiration Chari and everyone else this week. I’m counting down till midnight tonight EST 🙂

  42. I love how Chari created a patterned paper look with pastel colored tropical leaves. I plan to try that!

  43. I would use the tropical leaves stencil with some different shades of green as a background. Then I would add some tropical flowers and a sentiment.

  44. I have just started with stencils for background and I use Cosmic Shimmer paste. I am so excited for this release! Thank you so much for making a hard year better!

  45. I love using stencils and plan to use as a background with various shades of green
    and add a pair of flamingo’s with a toucan and hearts for a Anniversary card!🦩💚🦩

  46. I would make a fun jungle slimline card for our animal loving daughter. I love every single item in this release! Thank you for always being so amazing!

  47. I would use them on a 12×12 scrapbook layout. I love using my lawn fawn stamps, dies and stencils to add to my scrapbook layouts!

  48. I’m not much of a stencil fan, but this one and the plaid one have really made me change my mind! I would live to use it for lots of backgrounds or to make my own pattern paper. By the way I lied it in pink!

  49. I’m just loving ALL of these fantastic tropical goodies!! I love Megan’s project and would like to try something like that as well!

  50. Wow! This stencil and magic iris will be perfect to make a lot of zoo cards for kids whose birthdays are coming up!

  51. These stencils look like fun! I think that I’d use a whole bunch of bright colors to make a really fun background for a birthday card!

  52. The stencils would be great for backgrounds with flamingos, and monkeys, and with flowers! So many things.

  53. I’d use the stencils for a cute monthly theme in my BuJo! And tons of tropical cards with cute animals and flowers!

  54. My family is taking a trip to Florida the summer. I have started to make a scrapbook for the trip. I am so excited for this summer theme. It’s going to work perfectly with the scrapbook theme. I’m also so excited for the watercolor wishes rainbow papers. They’re so pretty!

  55. I love the look of the rainbow inked leaves as a background paper. Makes a fabulous backdrop for all the amazing dies in this release. My wallet is in SO much trouble 🤣

  56. I just got deco foil and would LOVE to use it with your stencils! It gives dimension and foil. What more could you ask for??

  57. Tropical leaves are one of my “weaknesses” when it comes to craft supplies! Love this stencil so much. I will definitely be blending a lot of backgrounds and using the new jungle themed critters. I foresee a monkey card in my future too!

  58. I would use the tropical background in a beach scene, with the hibiscus. And then I would dream that I am actually in Hawaii. 🙂 Can’t wait until we can start travelling again!

  59. I don’t use stencils much but this one is very fun. I love all the new tropical stuff and how it all goes together so well

  60. I would use them to make a gorgeous tropical jungle scene for a baby card in which I use the critters from either Toucan Do It (if I can get that) or Critters in the Jungle — and it would say that Parenthood is a Jungle (outside) and inside: But life with your baby will be amazing – NO LION!
    Lori S in PA

  61. I would use them to make a card thanking the leader of Vacation Bible School. The theme she chose was SURVIVAL, and it’s awesome. The kids are learning survival skills, which includes surviving out in nature—leaves, trees,flowers…I LOVE the leaves that you showed. They really stand out, almost as much as the adorable animals.

  62. This has been the best release yet!!! Oh my! I love all these tropical leaves borders, frames, stencils, dies, and more! I love all things tropical. All the cards by the design team inspire me so much. I plan to stencil lots of backgrounds, do the edge and frame technique like Chari’s and just play and create and play some more! These leaves make me so happy! Thank you Kelly Marie, Mike, and Erica.

  63. Love all the new goodies can’t wait for my order. I will try to do a rainbow with the stencil, how beautiful it could be. Design team is awesome.

  64. My daughter is currently in Hawaii on vacation. I would use the stencil to make a scrapbook page for her.

  65. I’m thinking using the stencil along the bottom of watercolour wishes double sided paper with the pop-up box, on the outside, then it pops open and you have all the jungle animals “appearing” out of the leaves.

  66. These tropical leaves have such a nice summer vibe to them! I like the samples blending Lucky Clover and Twisted Citron and would definitely try that. It would be fun to experiment with different shades of green, as well as blues and yellows. Maybe a touch of black on the edges.

  67. I would love to use your tropical stencils on my scrapbook pages for any place that is tropical (Disneyworld, Hawai’i, Cancun) as well as summer card designs!

  68. Oh no! I misspelled my email! Love the citron and lucky clover blended on these tropical leaves! Such a nice summer vibe!

  69. My daughter and I went on Safari in 2012. I’d use this
    collection to make her birthday card this August.
    She’ll get a kick out of the reminder of our trip.
    Love the jungle theme. thanks for sharing

  70. I would also use the stencils as a background fill. I like the samples shown today so may use them as reference.

  71. Those rainbow leaves by Chari and tone on tone leaves are beautiful!! Love the tropical feels of this release! Summer time cards wod be gorgeous with this stencil.

  72. The new stencils would be perfect to use in invitations, scrapbook pages, journals etc. The possibilities are endless.

  73. I would use this tropical leaves stencil to make so many different projects. I travel to the tropics a lot so I would use it to make background papers for scrapbooking along with all kinds of fun cards, theme party decorations, my imagination is running wild! I can’t wait!

  74. Now that summer is here and my gardens have filled in I would love to use the tropical leaves stencil to create a bunch of fun backgrounds to use for quick Birthdsy cards in the summer! What a great release, as always!

  75. i would use the tropical stencils for gorgeous backgrounds once I figure out the blending technique. lol

  76. I have fallen in love with using stencils for backgrounds for my cards. So easy and each one is so unique! Thanks for all of the great background stencils including this release! Please keep them coming!

  77. I would use the tropical leaves stencils as a background with the new Toucan Do It set. The tropical pieces are all adorable.

  78. Chari’s card with the colourful stenciled leaves is amazing and I would use that as inspiration and make a similar simple but colourful card, picking a different sentiment and maybe also using a set of alphabet dies to make a key word pop.

  79. I would use them on summer, beach and botanical gardens layouts or cards. I love all the ink colours used on the leaves.

  80. I would use the tropical leave stencil- green leaves on a green background. I like it when the leaves are a darker shade of green.

  81. All of this tropical themed things are so much fun! I would use the stencils to create a fun background for birthday cards! This inspiration week has been a blast! Thank you!

  82. I would make a ton of cute tropical backgrounds and make up a bunch of really cute cards to mail out.

  83. My DIL is preparing for the legal Bar exam. I would definitely make her a Toucan do it card! I also love when you translate the animal message! SO SO CUTE!

  84. HOW COOL is this tropical leaves die and stencil! I would use a tropical leaves stencil to create a fun jungle scene slimline!

  85. I love making tropical cards so will be able to use them a lot on birthday and thinking of you cards.

  86. I would use the tropical leaves with the zoo animals – love anything zoo themed in cards and scrapboooks!

  87. Stencils are so versatile and fun to use! It might be fun to use glitter paste with the leaf stencils. Maybe even use dark cardstock for a bold, sparkly look!

  88. I’ve never used stencils but these tropical leaves are going to be at the top of my list!! They make such a great backdrop for everything, I could see doing this on the envelopes, too, to match the card!

  89. I love how Chari used pinks with the leaf stencils. I would never think to use other colors but I love that!!

  90. The tropical leaves are perfect with these adorable toucans! I would definitely use them together for lots of birthday cards

  91. I would definitely bring out my LF Dinosaurs and use with the Toucan Do It set and make some Jungle Scenes!
    I just can’t get over how amazing each and every card, project and layout is…and I’m in LOVE with each and every inspiration share that you’ve given us!!! You Guys are the BEST!!!

  92. I would love to use this stencil with gold Vicki b paste to make a cool mixed media background on a scrapbook layout about the coatis we took pics of on our last mexico trip!

  93. I’m new to stencils but think it would be pretty layered under the tropical backdrop! pretty color combos in tropical colors would be beautiful.

  94. I would definitely have to make one of the cards that you have made. I love following the videos and making all the fun cards!!

  95. I love all things tropical, beach, summer! The stencil would make some beautiful background papers to use on cards. I can’t wait for tomorrow’s release 🤩

  96. I am thinking of a slim line card with the stencils and adding the sloth, tropical birds, maybe some dinosaurs too!

  97. I think I would likely use as a border- all around the edge, along the bottom, etc. I have several stamp sets already with tropical animals (and see many more in this release) that I think having the tropical leaves stencil would allow me to do any type of border destined.

  98. I love the look of a stenciled background behind a border frame die (like Latisha’s example). Absolutely love the depth that provides. This Release is incredible!

  99. First of all the background stencils are amazing! I think I will start with the double layered one. I like it for making the background as shown but I think I would also trying to use like the other leaf stencil to make boarders etc.

  100. I love the tropical leaf patterns and there are so many possibilities with the new hibiscus flowers and all the different jungle animals from new and past releases! I appreciate that Lawn Fawn makes new products that coordinate with so many of your other products so that it’s really worth the investment!

  101. I really love the Tropical Leaves stencils for making a fun background. I like that it will look great in soft pastels for a subtle background or bright colors for a bold background.

  102. Stencils are so wonderful for making custom backgrounds in any colors I choose. These tropical leaves certainly make “wow” cards and such fun for summer.

  103. I love this release so much! I would use the stencils to make cards to send to seniors via Letters Against Isolation! 🙂

  104. I think the stencils would look really pretty dry embossed on some cardstock. I really like this technique because it stretches the ways you can use stencils and gives such a nice effect to backgrounds.

  105. I am making plumeria sea salt scrub as a gift this week and I think the tropical leaves would add a beautiful touch. Guess I will be making hibiscus next…

  106. Yay! We are planning my grandsons first birthday with a jungle theme, these producers will arrive just in time to make decorations for the food table, yay!

  107. so much fun….I would use them to create fun and fabulous backgrounds for those sweet flamingo’s!

  108. My daughter’s birthday is coming up and she has always loved the beach. I’m thinking about doing a card with a beach an a lot of tropical foliage.

  109. I would ink blend and make Tropical cards, adding the adorable animals and do a hang in there theme!
    Thanks for all of the wonderful previews and for sponsoring this generous giveaway.
    Hope I am one of the lucky winners!

  110. I would use these to make a card for my little nephew. We go to the zoo at least once a year, and he loves animals!

  111. I really like how Mindy used the background stencil on her Center Picture Window Card. I enjoy making those little cards and with that background the card is so cheery.

  112. I would use the tropical stencils for backgrounds for some fun jungle birthday cards. I love all the fun new items in the release!

  113. Not sure how I would use this off hand, but I love stencils, and this would be a great addition to my collection!

  114. I can’t wait to use these stencils as a colourful background with the new tropical critters! 🙂

  115. I love this tropical day you created with these awesome projects. I would use the stencil to make some aloha cards to reach out and say hi to my friends from far away who I have not seen during this pandemic.

  116. Love the tropical stencils. Can see using them for all kinds of card backgrounds especially summer time cards!

  117. Playful, colorful fun set. I Cannot lie… I’m not sure what I would do as this is not my usual type of card theme. I mainly send encouragement, get well sympathy or adult birthday. I will have to research your wonderful inspiration. From the design team. This was so fun….see us tomorrow!

  118. I’ve loved this release! Can’t wait to get my hands on everything. I have a sister-in-law who is crazy for giraffes and I think the leaves stencils would be great as a background for all the giraffe stamps I have. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  119. I have been using stencils a lot lately and love them. I love anything tropical so I will be making a boat-load of tropical themed cards.

  120. I love the tropical stencils! I’d use them for backgrounds for the toucans and leopards and that oh so cute lizard!

  121. Wow! What an awesome release! Thank you! I would use the tropical leaves to recreate the jungle themed cards your design team created! Such inspiration!

  122. I would use the stencil to make a background on the shutter card. I love what Kara did for her shutter card!

  123. I absolutely LOVE how Lawn Fawn allows for their newer products to work with their previously released products. Stencil would be used to make an impressive rainbow background for a nice Toucan to be featured on.

  124. These card’s are so cute, I would use the tropical stencils to make a background that I can foil then put some critters on it

  125. I love the Tropical Leaves add on to the Magic Iris, that will be a perfect touch to so many things.
    I think the Leaves stencil, would be great on a dark background, stenciled in white, then green, It would make a great jungle night time card with the Jaguar.

  126. Loving all the tropical vibes! I’d use the stencils to make a cheerful summer birthday card for sure ☀️🤓❤️

  127. I really like the subtle monochromatic look with the tropical stencils. I think I would use them that way more often

  128. Love all the tropical leaves, I would use the stencil by making a cute background for all the fun jungle animals!!

  129. I would definitely use the stencil for backgrounds! I can’t decide whether I like the shades of green or the multi-colored backgrounds – guess I’ll have to try them all. I love your examples and would like to try it myself.

  130. I will be using these stencils to prep my journal pages for an upcoming trip! Love all of the cards today – all are gorgeous!

  131. These stencils add such a beautiful background that compliments these adorable new tropical critters so easily. I am so excited to add this to my basket.

  132. With the stencils I want to make some backgrounds, the tone on tone ones are beautiful. The individual leaves looked great as a backdrop for those adorable jaguars.

  133. I’ll love to do a tone on tone background card with some colourful wild critters on top. The stencils are so nice, and you have so many possibilities! What a GREAT release.

  134. I like the looks of stenciled backgrounds, but rarely use them. I always think I’m going to experiment with them, I’ve bought a lot of different stencils but never take the time to use them. If I were to use these any jungle theme would work or tropical flowers

  135. The leafy stencils are so fun! I’d love to experiment with different backgrounds for cards, and I have in mind to do a scrapbook page about my husband, our resident “plant whisperer.” 🪴

  136. I would use the stencils to make backgrounds — that’s what comes to me first; also as focal points — I’ve used tropical leaf dies for that and I think the stencils would work the same way. The idea of nontraditional colors really appealed to me when Chari did it!

  137. I’m holding my hands up, I’ve only just started to use stencils in more ways than you did as a child. I’m learning how much a basic stencil, even can be used in so many ways that they are almost as versatile as stamps. Thank you for offering me more options to learn with.

  138. Since I am new to stenciling I probably would use it to make a colorful background for the little cute toucans 😊

  139. I need everything in this set!!! Love the stencils–I would try to make all the pretty backgrounds the design team made and then I would start experimenting! Thank you for an awesome release week!

  140. I would use the tropical stencils to make different things for a tropical party like the invitations, cup sleeves, background for a photo booth, backgrounds for the thank you notes and I would use them on some card’s as well

  141. I’m so excited for this release! All the products look amazing! Especially the leaf stencils, I think those and the stripes will get the most use by me 💗

  142. Yep, the magic Iris add on is my favourite! I just decided. I do love how LF re-imagine existing products with addition of a new item. It not only refreshes my collection, it reinvigorates my creativity! Thanks LF.

  143. I love the stencils. I will have to take inspiration from the design team’s cards. The cards are amazing.

  144. I’ve been experimenting with the gel press lately. So I think it would be fun to create backgrounds using it with these awesome stencils!

  145. Loving these tropical stencils! They can be used in so many ways. Birds, monkeys, etc. They’re gonna be a must have for my stash!

  146. Love the tropical leaves. I would use them for my backgrounds!
    The cards by the designers are awesome… thanks for sharing.

  147. So many pretty examples!! When I first saw it I was like whew, something I don’t feel I need. Then I watched the video and dagnabit I just love it so much I feel it would be a great addition to my addiction. haha.
    I would use the stencil to create background. I think it would be fun to heat emboss the design too!

  148. Oh I tried typing earlier and I don’t think it worked but I would use your cool cardstock hues, with the raised dots and create a stencil atop white cardstock in various coordinating hues and make thank you cards for my daughter to send out for her graduation gift thank you notes. 🙂 This is a wonderful stencil and I am excited, like everyone else, to get my grubby, inky mits upon it! Great release LF, you knocked it outa the jungle on this one!

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