Lawn Fawn Intro: How You Bean? Mint Add-On & Peppermint Stripes Backdrop

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s October 2021 Inspiration Week! All of our new Fall & Winter 2021 products are available at your favorite store and!

We already have seven places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Joy to All & Furry and Bright post!
Window Scene: Winter, Window Frame & Christmas Garland post!
Magic Holiday Messages & Magic Iris Snowflake Add-On post!
Cheery Deer & Jolly Christmas Tree post!
Let it Shine Snowflakes & Giant Merry Christmas post!
Giant Holiday Messages post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of How You Bean? Mint Add-On and its coordinating dies and Peppermint Stripes Backdrop! Send loved ones encourage-mint with this cute add-on stamp set. These stamps coordinate with How You Bean? to make cute cards and crafts! Create a cute candy cane stripe-y backdrop with this die. Change the look every time by using different cardstock colors and patterned papers. 

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

Tammy created a punny design that is so adorable! She combined the How You Bean? Mint Add-On with Peppermint Stripes Backdrop to assemble this happy card! The Penguin Party critters add so much cuteness as well!

Red and aqua looks so pretty for holiday cards and Elena‘s adorable Peppermint Stripes Backdrop uses the combination perfectly! I love the cute penguins gathered on the sentiment banner! The Falalalala Border adds so much joy to this happy design!

Megan thought outside the box of mints so she created the cutest dog treats ever! The Furry and Bright pups and their buddy from Joy to All are so excited about the jar of goodies!

Kara put her creativity to work creating a gift of “encourage-mint! She filled a mason jar with minty candy and then decorated the top with the cute Mint Add-On images and cute phrases!

Latisha‘s shaker card is so minty and fun! She kept to a red and white color story with a bit of happy green for good measure!

Grace created a fun shaker tag to go with her colorful slimline card from yesterday! She colored the candies in the same pastel colors and filled the How You Bean? Shaker Add-On with them and fun confetti! And then to finish it perfectly she added a sweet little Tiny Tag!

Yainea created a minty mice card that is so cute! The You Autumn Know mice are having so much fun sending warm winter wishes.

The combination of Peppermint Stripes Backdrop and Giant Holiday Messages makes it so quick and easy to create beautiful holiday cards! I love Lynnette‘s wonderful red, white and kraft colors, they looks so pretty!

Elise created another fun custom sentiment using Louie’s ABCs and the sentiment from How You Bean Mint Add-On! She used pretty papers from Let it Shine Snowflakes as a background and to add lots of pretty shine to the letters.

Wow, Audrey‘s design is so beautifully festive! She created a wreath using Magic Iris Snowflake Add-On with a Magic Holiday Messages sentiment! The sprinkles of gold across the Peppermint Stripes Backdrop look so amazing, it’s such a great finishing detail!

Lynnette‘s peppermint-filled design is adorable and so perfect to send cheer for the holidays! The Giant Holiday Messages sentiment is the perfect bold greeting!

And now I have a video to introduce How You Bean? Mint Add-On and to share some fun and inspiring ways to use this new stamp set! 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 our Peppermint Stripes Backdrop intro video! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at How You Bean? Mint Add-On and Peppermint Stripes Backdrop! Tomorrow we will announce our giveaway winners! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your favorite minty treat by TODAY October 13th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Thursday, October 14th for our winner reveal post!

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


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183 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: How You Bean? Mint Add-On & Peppermint Stripes Backdrop

  1. Oh this is a hard one because I love all things mint. York peppermint patties, peppermint hot chocolate, hot chocolate with candy cane in it, pillow mints, Andes mints, mentos, mint chip ice cream, peppermint tea…. But there is something extra special about homemade peppermint ice cream (we use chunks of broken up candy cane in it).

  2. Audrey’s card is so clever ! i love how she turned the snowflake die into a green wreath, it looks fantastic, i can’t wait to try it

  3. Love the mint add on! Soo cute!
    I love dark chocolate and mint… Yum!! Lindt make some pretty amazing chocolate balls that are minty, they have a festive collection usually 😋

  4. I think I might have to get this whole set now – I love it! My favorite minty treat is hot chocolate with a peppermint stick – so cozy during the winter!

  5. I do love a dark chocolate dinner mint. Love this mint add on, I can’t wait to add it to my How you bean? collection.

  6. Mint hot chocolate has to be my favorite, especially in colder months!

    I love Kara’s idea using the jar filled with mints and Megan’s card using the set to create dog treats!

  7. My favourite minty treat has to be mint-filled dark chocolate. We have after eight chocolates, but we also have another brand that makes thicker bars with more mint filling, and lucky me, those are always around, not just for the holidays.

  8. Peppermint icecream served with my great-grandma’s chocolate hot fudge sauce recipe. It’s a Christmas Eve tradition in our family.

  9. I love York Peppermint Pattie’s! This is a great add on set. I love Kara’s jar of “encourage-mints”. Also love the backdrop.

  10. seriously?
    I LOVE your peppermint stripes Backdrop, that is my idea of a minty treat! 🙂
    If we are talking edibles…I love spearmint leaves. 🙂

  11. My favourite minty treat is mint chocolate ice cream and After Eight mints – here in the UK we only ever eat them at Christmas!

  12. I think my favourite minty treat would have to be After Eights. Also, peppermint hot chocolate is a very close second!!! Yummy!!!

  13. Cute set and great striped background! I love anything mint. Peppermint ice cream over the holidays and “Andes” mints anytime.

  14. For the holidays I make (by very direct request 😝) a White Chocolate candy Cane cheesecake. It is quite good. I guess candy cane is not exactly minty…😝

    Perpermint hot chocolate count? 😝

  15. I enjoy candy canes. I can use them to stir my coffee or cocoa, or break them up to add to all kinds of treats.

  16. At first thought, I was thinking the only mint thing I eat is in gum. But then I realized, I use the dried mint (not the red and white stuff) all the time! It goes in my vinaigrette to make a salad dressing, in my yogurt with cucumbers (common in the Middle East) and I use it in our family’s favorite chicken barley soup recipe. I actually keep a huge container in my refrigerator because we use that so much.

  17. My favorite mint treat is a peppermint pattie ice cream from our local ice cream parlor. They only make it at the holidays so I always stock up on it then.

  18. I love mini candy canes! Back in the day leading up to Christmas my grandmother always had some in her purse. Since she passed I like to keep some in my coat pocket during the holiday season.

  19. Such a great idea using it for dog biscuits! I really like the peppermint jar with the encourage MINT sayings, How sweet…get it…literally. 😉

  20. I love all these design team ideas. They’re so much fun! My favorite minty treat is a peppermint mocha coffee. Yum.

  21. I love Junior Mints for a sweet peppermint treat!
    Who knew that mints could be so cute and encouraging. Absolutely love the ideas shown here today.

  22. I love Chari’s Flippy Flappy Piñata card!! My favorite mints are Candy Cane Hershey’s Kisses and Thin Mint cookies

  23. Honestly, unpopular opinion here, but I hate anything with mint in it. lol I don’t mind like spearmint gum or actual mints if that’s what I’m wanting/needing. But other than that, I can’t stand it in treats. 😂

  24. I’m not a huge fan of mint, but I will take a splash of peppermint in my hot chocolate, or mocha coffee. And of course, I’d take these “mints” – so cute!

  25. I do chew mint gum, but I only rarely have mint in other things. I used to make a mint chocolate brownie, but I haven’t made it in years. I think I just tend to gravitate to the pumpkin spice, ginger, cinnamon, etc like flavors. Love all these cards!

  26. All these ideas are so adorable! I love the jar and all it’s add-ons. My favorite minty item is Peppermint Patties. But since I can’t eat them on my diet, my go to is a peppermint tea latte.

  27. This was a wonderful inspiration week. Makes me wish I had a photographic memory… the Design team is so so talented!!! The little dear die from earlier post has stolen a chunk of my heart and left such a warm impression. Thanks again. ( my favorite mint is the fragrance of it. Unfortunately I have an intolerance for mint, burns like fire, so I stay away from it 😞, but the smell is wonderful and fresh and holiday).🤗

  28. I love peppermint candy on my cards and looking at it! But not fan of eating it. I like mint Ice cream! BTW I’m in love with this new backdrop die!

  29. My favorite minty treat is either York Peppermint Patties or a nice hot peppermint mocha with whipped cream and peppermint sprinkles on top!

  30. It’s too hard to only pick one favorite minty treat! York peppermint patties are always welcome in my stocking though!

  31. I’m a sucker for Andes and love to use the baking chips in and on all sorts of holiday treats. My mom has fond memories of those mints though — which is going to make for a perfect card. ❤️

  32. My favourite minty treat is pretty basic- around the holiday season McDonalds, of all places, does a tasty peppermint mocha. It’s a fun now and then splurge

  33. I love mint gum and peppermint tea. But, unfortunately (unpopular opinion I don’t like mixing mint with chocolate!!!) but, I love them both separate.

    These card inspirations are so adorable! Such great ideas.

  34. I’m not into peppermints! I like pastel butter mints or soft melt in your mouth mints!
    Thanks Lawn Fawn for allowing me a chance to win stamp & die sets! 😊

  35. Peppermint Patties are my favorite! When I was a child my grandfather would share one with me. They were always hidden in his filing cabinet.

  36. I love mint. Hard to pick just one, but the first thing it came to my mind is Baskin Robin’s Mint chocolate chip ice cream! Maybe that’s I have in my freezer now. lol Your sentiment, “we are MINT to be together” just cracks me up! lol lol lol Great DTs cards! Glad you introduced these mints candy to fill out the “jar” stamp set (“How you bean?”) I already purchased from you guys when it was first introduced! 🙂

  37. Oh my! These minty creations are so cute! I enjoy a refreshing chocolate chip mint ice cream, peppermint bark or even a classic candy cane. Bring on the minty goodness.

  38. I might be too late…. But, I am all about the classic candy cane. I actually buy extra at Christmas so I have them year round!

  39. Peppermint hot chocolate and peppermint cream dark chocolate sponge roll cake are my two most favourite minty treats. Superb to have together, especially with a splash of chocolate gin on the drink.

  40. Andes mint chocolate brings back summer vacation memories from my childhood. We often enjoyed a few mint chocolates at the hotel after a long day of traveling.

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