Lawn Fawn Intro: Sweater Weather Remix, Giant Thanks So Much and Giant Thank You

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Fall & Winter 2021 Inspiration and Release week! On September 16 our 13 new stamp sets and coordinating dies, 19 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 five places you can leave comments to win:
Our Big Giveaway Post!
You Autumn Know, Scripty Autumn Sentiments & Fall Leaves Backdrop post!
Flippy Flappy post!
Purrfectly Wicked post!
Magic Iris Fall Leaves Add-On post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Sweater Weather Remix! This paper collection features the greatest hits from the classic Sweater Weather collection! With leaves, acorns, plaids, and houndstooth, this collection is so perfect for your fall projects. We are also introducing 2 more giant dies! We are also highlighting Giant Thanks So Much and Giant Thank You! These large greeting dies are perfect for sending notes of thanks and appreciation!

The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have two videos at the end showcasing this new paper collection and showing ideas for the these new Giant dies.

Latisha‘s charming design features the beautiful papers of Sweater Weather Remix! The Giant Thanks So Much looks so great in the yellow polka dot pattern; it totally pops against the dark blue in the background!

Melissa created another gorgeous scrapbook page, this time she featured all the fun Fall colors and patterns in Sweater Weather Remix! With the Stitched Leaves forming a wreath, Melissa’s design frames the photos so well!

Lynnette gave her sweet thank you note a fun fall feel by combining Sweater Weather Remix paper with Thanks a Bushel! Giant Thank You conveys the message loud and clear!

Megan‘s pencil design is so brilliant! She used Stitched Rectangle Stackables and Stitched Borders to create this adorable way to send thanks! The Giant Thanks So Much die looks amazing with an offset shadow!

The Giant Thanks So Much greeting provides a fun space for the happy You Autumn Know mice to frolick! Tammy gave her design a beautiful Fall look using the brown plaid pattern from Sweater Weather Remix!

Grace pressed the adorable Oh Gnome cuties into service to send this Giant Thanks So Much greeting! I love how she die cut the sentiment a second time using Stitched Woodgrain Backdrop; it adds so much interest!

Mindy‘s adorable card is so perfect for sending thanks and appreciation! The cute little bears from Den Sweet Den hang out around the You’re Just My Type desk, while the Snow Much Fun bear stands in for the A in the greeting!

Elena created a fun Fall background using our new Peppermint Stripes Backdrop! Then to decorate the Giant Thanks So Much greeting, she combined Scripty Autumn Sentiments, Purrfectly Wicked and You Autumn Know!

Tiffany‘s Giant Thank You card is so charming! I love how she used Tiny Friends and some cute smiley faces to decorate the greeting!

Audrey‘s sunny sunflower design plays up the fun fall colors in our Sweater Weather Remix collection so well! She added a lady bug and sunflower to add more fun to the Giant Thanks So Much greeting! She created the cool navy and white border using Simple Stripes: Portrait!

Kara framed her Giant Thanks So Much design with Fall Leaves Backdrop! She layered the pretty Sage Leaf backdrop over a white layer to allow it to stand out from the background stripes. I love the monochromatic look of this design so much and the little mouse is a perfect finishing detail!

Elise created a simply lovely thank you card set that would be so perfect to send after the holidays! She used Peppermint Stripes Backdrop for the background and then she added the Giant Thank You layered with a shadow to color coordinate! So quick and beautiful!

Melissa layered up some Sweater Weather Remix patterns to make an adorable thank you card! I love how she added the You Autumn Know mice to the Giant Thanks So Much greeting!

Jenn captured all the warm colors of Fall to create a delightful Giant Thanks So Much card! She used Paper Bag cardstock for the die cut greeting so it stands out against You Autumn Know fun happening in the background!

Always a favorite set every Fall, Lynnette‘s card features Happy Harvest! The Giant Thank You sentiment looks so great cut from the Sweater Weather Remix blue houndstooth pattern with Lynnette’s gel pen highlights!

Intro videos

Now we have a quick video to introduce our Sweater Weather Remix paper collection and share some ideas! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

And now we have a video to introduce Giant Thanks So Much and Giant Thank You! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thanks for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Sweater Weather Remix paper collection, Giant Thanks So Much and Giant Thank You! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your favorite way to use patterned paper by September 15th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this paper collection! (If you already own this collection and win, you can choose another paper collection!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Tuesday September 14th 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 2021 products will be available on September 16th!
Sweater Weather Remix paper collection
Giant Thanks So Much
Giant Thank You

Thanks so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day!


463 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Sweater Weather Remix, Giant Thanks So Much and Giant Thank You

  1. I like to use patterned paper to die cut all sorts of things – grass, sky, flowers, accent shapes, borders and sentiments to name a few. I look in shock at anyone who says “I never buy patterned paper. I will never use it.” Patterned paper is awesome!

  2. Love these large sentiment dies! They make a perfect focal point for any card! Patterned paper is my favorite! I use it on almost every card I make, for backgrounds, for matting, for die cutting…I even stamp on it.

  3. I love using pattered paper for paper piecing on stamped images. I also really love using patterned paper for your new large dies, like the gnome and the sunflower. I’m so looking forward the the new deer die too.

  4. I love to use patterned paper to add an extra layer of interest to whatever I’m making, if it’s a texture or a hint of the card’s theme – small details that make it all come together ✨

  5. I like using it for clothes, objects on my cards. I use it sometimes for the background but not as often. The cards are great today, love the big word dies

  6. I like to use patterned paper as backgrounds and will often layer it with plain card to make nice borders. These are some lovely designs.

  7. I just love the pattern paper and more big dies! I like using pattern paper for backgrounds, die cut letters and layering!

  8. The giant dies are amazing! I love your ideas using the pattern paper, I always buy them and I can’t never find a way to used them to look good. Can’t wait for Wednesday!

  9. I love patterned paper but I tend to have some difficulties to use them because I love them so much 😅 so now I always buy duplicates and that has made it easier to use them 😉
    Usually I used them for backgrounds in cards and in scrapbook albums ❤

  10. I like using patterned paper as the first layer of my card. Often times I like to use them with dies for patterned cuts, just to be different!

  11. I love using patterned paper for backdrops to cards and they’re fun to use with large dies too, like bold sentiments. You can get so many looks from the same die with just a different pattern used

  12. I love to make weaved backgrounds from paper strips, layer offset rectangles, make envelopes or envelope liners with decorative papers. Love the Sweater Weather remix – great designs for all my paper plans.

  13. I love patterned paper, but I mostly just collect it. I find myself using it most often for envelopes and background elements. So glad you asked this question so I can get more ideas to use some of my stash

  14. Love those big sentiments.

    I use patterned paper with coverplate dies to make quilt like backgrounds or just by themselves to make note cards.

  15. I really like the Large Thank you die! I use pattern paper for backgrounds
    on my! Only 3 days left until the Lawn Fawn announces the winners of
    the Fall & Winter 2021 Release! Thank you, Lawn Fawn! 🥰🍂🌰🍁

  16. I use patterned paper for backgrounds and sketch challenges. I also use them for sentiments. I take photos of all my makes so I can feel free to use my stash and share my cards. Otherwise, I would have a lot of unused goodies and a stack of cards that would never get mailed out.

  17. I love these giant dies! My favorite way to use patterned paper right now is with the sending big hugs die. I love to use the negative cut with acetate and make a shaker card at the same time as I’m making the word card.

  18. Mostly I use patterned paper for hoarding purposes–for some reason I can’t seem to break into my stash and use it! It is in its own little paper container, just waiting to be used! When I do use it, it seems like it is for backgrounds on the flipping awesome die or for backgrounds like sky, clouds, grass. I need to use it more and give my LF papers some love!

  19. I love patterned paper for borders. If the pattern is small enough or solid enough I use it for grass and skies or paper piecing. Can’t wait to see what’s up next!! I spied with my little eye a paper piecing tree with baubles!!

  20. Favourite way to use pattern paper is Scrapbooking! I seem to forget about it sometimes when cardmaking, but I am tryiing to use it more and more in my cards as well.

  21. My favourite ways to use patterned paper are as part of the background of a scene and as a metaphor re interesting mat/border.

  22. Love it!! The peppermint stripes is beyond adorable. I love to layer pattern paper, it would be so fun to play around with different patterns with the stripe die cut!

  23. I have to admit I don’t use pattern paper nearly as much as I should, but when I do, it is often as a frame or a background especially a background that peeks through die cuts

  24. I use patterned paper to fill up bins and take up space in my craft room. I can’t resist buying it, but have a hard time using it. Yes, I have a problem!

  25. For me, patterned paper is the perfect backdrop for the large dies. Makes a fun, colorful, creative yet simple and fast card.

  26. I love using patterned paper to make backgrounds on cards and unique scrapbook pages occasionally! So fun. I love the sweater look!

  27. I tend to not actually use my patterned paper because it’s too pretty to cut up, but when I do use it it’s for scrapbooking and backgrounds for cards and bookmarks.

  28. So adorable and I love the Remix. I usually use patterned paper for stamping on, cutting and replacing on a blank stamped image – I forget the official term for that.. piecing, maybe?
    Hugs from Canada!

  29. I mostly use patterned paper for backgrounds. But it’s so much fun stamping on it and replacing a part of a stamped image with it for example giving my stamped critters some patterned paper clothes

  30. Patented paper works great for cutting out letters to form part of a sentiment, but I also love having a little patterned rug to pair with the pop-up desk!

  31. Oh! I love DT Megan’s pencil design ! So cute and creative! Loving the paper pad and font of the big words die so much!

  32. I love to use patterned papers for paper piecing on stamped images. I also use patterned paper to create backgrounds, both for cards and layouts.

  33. Definitely for backgrounds if I have trouble thinking of something to do. I also use them for my Bullet Journal and gift tags!

  34. OMGosh…your designs are fabulous…I cracked a BIG smile when I saw the bite out of the apple and the little face the apple made!!! =) And, I love the kitty cat coming out of the ‘O’. And, that Pencil card…I have to make that Pencil card; it is so COOL!!! Awesome job to all!!!
    I use patterned paper for backgrounds and do a lot of die cutting with the patterned paper.
    Thanks so much for more amazing designs!!!

  35. I love using the patterned paper for backgrounds. I also like to use it for the build the house dies. I love all your patterned papers!!

  36. Love the new Thank you dies. I like using patterned paper as a sky or wallpaper for the inside of a house. Or backgrounds for the great new large sentiments. Thanks for the great designs.

  37. I use patterned paper as a background. I use green patterned paper for grass. I’m trying to become more comfortable with using them. I don’t know why, but sometimes patterned paper makes me nervous. I always second guess myself using it!

  38. I don’t use patterned paper very much because I don’t want to run out of the cute papers hahaha! But when I do use patterned paper, I like using it in backgrounds or mats for the card front.

  39. Love patterned paper for backgrounds on my Cards and layouts. Even use small bits with dies and as embellishment. Can never have to much patterned paper.

  40. I love patterned paper and use it for everything! It gives dimensions to grass, leaves, sky etc. Most of my paper inventory is patterned paper & alot of it from Lawn Fawn!

  41. I use patterned paper in all my crafting, cards, embellishments, scrapbooking, 3d projects. I love the bold blue in the new Sweater Weather Remix collection, so fun!

  42. I love to use patterned paper as a background behind a scene and tie it in with decorating the inside of the card using a strip at the bottom – makes it look ‘finished’ to me!

  43. I love patterned paper for paper piecing and as back ground for cards. Also, love to use it with leaf dies. Just about any patterned paper makes beautiful leaves.

  44. Sweater Weather is one of my faves so I’m excited for this new spin on it. I love using patterned paper for paper piecing and inlaid techniques.

  45. I love using patterned paper – a lot! It makes great background pieces, or frames, or for inlays, or for paper piecing – just about anything! Love it!

  46. I really like the look of stamping on then die-cutting patterned paper. It’s fun to see the different textures and colors it brings to the little critters.

  47. I love the new sentiment dies, and Sweater Weather is a favorite!
    I love using your patterned papers for backgrounds on my cards!

  48. My favorite way to use patterned paper is for backgrounds and for paper piecing. I love stamping, but die-cutting is a close second, and it’s so fun when you have fun patterned paper to use 🙂

  49. I love paper piecing my characters together with patterned paper as a different option to coloring them in.. Patchwork gnomes are one of my favorite ones.. Won’t a gnome look so sweet and comfy made with sweater patterned paper.. Yes, I agree. 🙂

  50. I love using pattern papers for backgrounds or building scenes. I especially love your spiffy speckles and watercolor wishes papers for that! Can’t wait for your new papers!

  51. I have so much trouble use IG pattern paper, I’m a hoarder. 🙁 However whe. I use patterned paper it is usually for backgrounds or for big sentiments! I have the original Sweater Weather, such a fun pad!

  52. I use patterned paper as a background for projects. Whether that’s a card or a piece of art or something else, patterned paper is a great layering piece.

  53. Patterned paper for backgrounds, and when I remember to use, for die cut elements that can add so much detail and texture!

  54. I love using patterned paper for matting my scene cards. I also love using wood grain patterns for wood floors when I’m scene building too!

  55. I love using patterned paper along with stamps and dies to create unique fills, like a die cut flower with a black stamped outline and a patterned paper fill!

  56. I like to use patterned paper as a background or an accent on a card. I might mix a couple complimentary patterns in the same color scheme.

  57. I love patterned paper, I like to use it as an accent on the card, either cut as a tag or circle. Love the Thank dies.

  58. More great new products! And the designers are really hitting it out of the park. I like to use patterned paper for paper piecing of clothes, etc. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  59. I LOVE to use patterned paper to paper piece my stamped images. I think it’s a great was to add color, easily, to my stamped images.

  60. So lovely, fantastic big and bold sentiments! My favourite use of patterned papers is either for paper piecing, or for inspiration for my card designs / colour choices! Oh, and making envelopes!

  61. I use patterned paper as the background for my
    greeting card designs. It’s getting harder
    to find the paper to match up with my stamps
    but I keep looking at all the sites.
    Love that big Thank You.

  62. I like to piece patterned paper for a quilted effect. I just got the build-a-house die so I can’t wait to build me a pretty pattern paper house!

  63. My newest obsession is infinity cards and I love using patterned paper to fill in all the little squares that the infinity card creates! I cannot wait to get those big thank you dies!!!

  64. What a gorgeous variety of cards! I like using patterned paper as a background to whatever ‘scene’ I’m building on my cards.

  65. I use pattern paper for my scrapbook pages and card fronts. I need to remember to try using some with diecuts too to get that little extra pattern and texture!

  66. My favorite way to use pattern paper is as a background. It is so easy to take an already decorated image and use that as either a focal point or a quick way to decorate a car/scrapbook page.

  67. I love these giant dies and the large stamps. I don’t always have a lot of time to make cards so I love using pattern paper as a background and one of the giant dies in a solid color to layer on top for a quick and easy card.

  68. I like to use patterned paper mostly for a background. It also comes in handy for collages. Small, regular patterns are good for the green of a fully-leafed tree or the green of a hill or other “geographical” features in a scene.

    I’m more than ready for this release! Love what I am seeing daily!!
    Lori S in PA

  69. Truthfully, I am not a huge patterned paper person (say THAT 3 times fast) but I am loving all the new Lawn Fawn patterns!! I am slowly learning to incorporate them into my cards : )

  70. Patterned paper is the #1 crafting supply that I cannot live without! I use it for all my scrapbook layouts and cards. LOVE Sweater Weather! (Both the Lawn Fawn product and the season!)

  71. I was reading some of the comments today, had to laugh I thought I was the only one who bought paper and didn’t use it, because it was to pretty, so now I buy duplicates. Nice to know other people have the same issues as me. When I do break down and use them it’s usually for backgrounds.

  72. I love to use it for a background of a card or if I made my own background then I will use it to fill in some of the white in the background.

  73. oh I love patterned paper on cards. I would say I mainly use it as the background. But I loved the ideas shown today. 🙂

  74. I love this pattern paper and the BIG Thank You Die! I use pattern paper for paper piecing on stamps and amazing backgrounds!

  75. Other than just collecting all the beautiful patterned papers, I love to use every last bit in my scenes. Just stamp and die cut right on top of the patterns. Green hearts for grass…yes! Plaid trees… absolutely.

  76. I have 2 favourite ways, as mats and then also double sided patterned paper for the scalloped pop up box! I love these colours!

  77. I just love giant letters 🙂 This one is so cute! I like to use patterned paper as a background and distress on the edges!

  78. I have not worked with a lot of patterned paper yet, but have decided I do want to use it more. this collection is so gorgeous! I already have several ideas in mind how to use it, and maybe it will help me get over the anxiety of using patterned paper!

  79. I absolutely love the big script dies! They are just the best and makes quick cards. Obviously obsessed with Lawn Fawn papers, I just buy it to hoard! 🙂

  80. I like to use patterned paper as part of a scene. For example, using a patterned paper for grass instead of just green cardstock.

  81. I like to use patterned paper for paper piecing my stamped images …. but to be honest – I have a whole stash I just admire!

  82. I love using pattern paper for backgrounds or for creatures clothes. Little elements in the scene is also a fun way to use scraps. So many ways to use it. It’s so hard to use some of the really cute patterns.

  83. I tend to use patterned paper in small amounts to complement my cardstock (add a highlight), etc. Your videos always illustrate so nicely how to use the paper to accent the delightful scenes you create.

  84. I love to cut intricate borders out of patterned paper with my Cricut to wrap around LED candles and vases to update the season’s color palette.

  85. Love this release! I am a scrapbooker and LOVE pattern paper!!! But, I also like to use pattern paper on card projects for paper piecing and backdrops. Your paper packs are perfect for both crafts!!! Love Lawn Fawn!!

  86. I like using pattern paper for die cutting grassy hills, clouds and mountains for background scenes. This release looks absolutely fabulous!

  87. Does flipping through it and thinking ‘how pretty, I couldn’t use this’ count? Lol, I use it for layers when I do use it, but I mostly hoard it.

  88. Usealy I use patterned paper as a simple background, but I liked the use with the build a house and think I should try that more.

  89. I’ve only used pattern paper for scrapbook page backgrounds but I’ve recently figured out interesting ways to use it for cards.

  90. To be truly honest – I seem to collect pattern paper rather than use it. But when I do, I like to paper piece with it or use small prints to frame main images.

  91. I love using patterned paper as the background, border, edge, or half side on a scrapbook page, I also like to use it with a die when I make cards or tags, or as the background to a card.

  92. I usually use pattern paper for layering or tags. But love the idea of die cutting them for use on scrapbook pages.

  93. Beautiful papers and really cool dies

    I like to use patterned paper to build backgrounds … I follow the lead of Christy from the Lawn Fawnatics DT – she is so good at mixing patterned paper

  94. I love using patterned paper as a background or for letters to make up a message or name. I do love hoarding it as well, because the thought of it being discontinued or out of stock is too much for my brain to handle 🤦‍♀️

    1. I love patterned paper. Often afraid to cut beautiful paper until I know exactly what to do with it. Love to use it in cards as background or border decoration. Same for scrapbooks.

  95. I’m more on “paper hoarder” than paper user… LOL! They are so pretty to just look at when I make cards! LOL I love this paper pack! So “fall” and “cozy” look! I make thank you card the most, so these big dies are perfect! <3

  96. I like using patterned paper as wallpaper in a scene with LF critters in front—standing on woodgrain paper for a wooden floor!

  97. I love the remix paper palettes… they have me wishing Lawn Fawn would re-release some of the older 6×6 pads too (Hello Sunshine).

  98. I love to use patterned paper as my backgrounds ( for skies or ground) because it’s a little different and saves me from creating a background from scratch!

  99. These papers!!! Swoon! I love using patterned paper and use it in several ways. I use patterned paper for some backgrounds. I also do some inlaid die cutting with patterned paper. Sometimes I will use it for hills or grass too. Patterned paper is so pretty!

  100. I like the pattern paper for backgrounds. Of course I just like to look at it also. Need to incorporate more patterned paper into my cards!

  101. I would love to win all 13 of your fall and winter 2021 release!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! that would be awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  102. I don’t use that much patterned paper any more since I really enjoy making my own backgrounds lately, but I buy it nontheless because I’m a paper hoarder. So does hoarding count? But I also love to use it for gift boxes or envelopes.

  103. Loved the sweater paper behind the house in that last card! I mainly use them as backgrounds in cards and frames for pictures in scrap booking.

  104. My favorite way to use pattern paper is for backgrounds but after seeing it used to cut out large sentiments I’m gonna try that.

  105. Honestly? I use patterned paper mostly in scrapbooking, so I love dies, but in card making, which I also love, and am doing more of lately, I use patterned paper for paper piecing and die cutting.

  106. I love using patterned paper and mixing multiple patterns together on the same card or layout. That mostly comes from my scrapbooking days, but it’s still something I do a lot. It’s fun to use pattern paper with word dies too

  107. My favorite way to use patterned paper (other than not to use it at all because it is too pretty…) is as backgrounds — and also to die cut small items (balloons, flowers, vines) out of it. The Sweater Weather remix paper is BOMB —- and I am totally in love with the giant phrases (and I am in so much trouble)…..

  108. I love to use patterned paper to make mini albums. That’s my favorite way to use a collection. But I also use it on cards!

  109. I love using patterned paper to cut out large items like speech bubbles, and usually making it work so I get two card designs from one cut. Then I add a large sentiment die and I have a card ready to mail!

  110. I don’t use patterned papers as much-UNTIL I GOT MY HANDS ON THE BIG SENTIMENT DIES!!! I only have the BIRTHDAY one, but holy moly! Talk about going through those sheets Ive been hoarding! Can’t wait to get more of them!

  111. I mostly use pattern paper:
    – as a layered background
    – for larger dies
    – to match the inside of an envelope to the card

  112. I like using patterned paper for simple backgrounds, treat boxes, or sometimes use them instead of plain colors for grass or skies.

  113. I like it for accents as well as backgrounds and building boxes, but especially to hoard it. I can’t resist your pattern papers. This is so cute again!

  114. I have trouble finding ways to use patterned paper, so I’ve really enjoyed reading people’s comments about how they use it. It’s given me some new ideas!

  115. I love to use patterned paper for backgrounds on my cards. I also love when patterned paper has images that are big enough and distinct from other images so I can cut out elements and use them as the focal point of my cards.

  116. I love to use patterned paper for backgrounds but I’ve just started using patterned paper for the giant Happy Birthday to You and I love how it looks!

  117. Ohh…patterned paper is one of my weak point. I have tons but I cannot use because I’m afraid it finishes! When I find the “courage” to use it, I love to matt a card panel =)

  118. Now that my crafts room is finally organized, I am finally starting to use my patterned papers. I have them organized by colors, themes, holidays etc. It is so easy to find what I want now.

  119. I love pattern paper! Love all the colours!
    I love the papers for scrapbooking and also card making backgrounds and elements

  120. I use it mostly as a background paper, but would like to make more cards that highlight the patterned paper, as so much of it is so fun or pretty.

  121. I love patterned paper! I usually use it on my card fronts or for backgrounds in a scene card, but every once in a while I will make a cute 3D project like a candy wrapper or something like that out of my patterned paper.

  122. I am loving the giant sentiments, like Thanks SO much and Thank You, perfect for making a quick card with lots of impact. I can’t wait to lay with the papers from Sweater Weather Remix… Now I don’t have to use my original sweater weather papers so sparingly!

  123. I love stencil paste and use it all the time! I love the colors you came out with and those stencils are great! Definitely on my list to buy.

  124. Yikes…I always have a hard time with patterned paper. I think I mostly use it with dies….especially letters, hearts or leaves.

  125. OMIGOSH!!! First, I LOVE this paper. Second, I use patterned paper for everything but I like it most for letters, especially when I put a solid “shadow” background on each letter.

    I use pattern paper for scrapbooking and have recently moved into cardmaking with it. My favourite thing as of late is to tear strips of coordinating patterns and layer and stack them for a background and then a simple sentiment on top. Add a few enamel dots or sequins to finish.

  127. I use patterned paper mostly as accents with solid paper when making cards. But my favorite patterned paper are ones that correspond with dies and punches so you can just cut out the image and use it with your project.

  128. I have been doing so many scrap backgrounds with my extra patterned paper! The matching colors in the patterns in a paper pack really help bring it all together. Diagonal stripes are my current obsession.

  129. I don’t use patterned paper in card making often — yet I can’t seem to help buying and hoarding it. *As I stare at the stack of Lawn Fawn paper pads accumulating in the cart next to me.* 🤭

  130. I make backgrounds with patterned paper. But also I find that using it for stamped images like scarfs instead of coloring is really fun.

  131. My favorite way to use paper is to do paper piecing!! So much fun to use the smaller patterns in 6×6 pads and your collection of cute critters!!

  132. I love the big dies and cannot wait to get some myself one day. And I always love patterned paper… so many ideas!!!

  133. The Lawn Fawn patterned paper is always the best quality and adorable designs. I love to use them as backgrounds or even with the big lettering die cuts. They make for a simple card or an elegant card and I love how they can be used in a variety of ways and the patterns can be combined.

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