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Chari is back with more inspired stitching! She created the most adorable spider web using the new Embroidery Hoop Snowflake Add-On! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.
Thanks so much for watching, I hope you are inspired!
Be sure to check out the new Embroidery Hoop patterns designed by Chari! She has added some inspired Fall-themed designs to use with the original Embroidery Hoop set. You will find all of Chari’s embroidery patterns HERE. Check out Chari’s charming samples below!
Be sure to check out this fun Simply Celebrate Santa stamp set! It includes an adorable border with Santa and his reindeer with matching sentiments for punny fun! Our Free Gift with orders over $60 is available exclusively at lawnfawn.com until September 1 or while supplies last.
While most everyone is ready for sweater weather, our beach loving friend Jenn is hanging on to summer as long as she can! Her lovely beach house card just might help you to enjoy the last relaxing days of summer!
She used Copic markers to color all of the pieces, including Simple Wavy Borders for the ocean waves. I love how she created the look of weathered wood on the house! And of course, there’s a bit of glitter!
Jenn’s handy Copic marker guide!
Thanks so much, Jenn! I’m not quite ready to let summer go either!
But while we are hanging on to what is left of summer, there’s no harm in looking forward to Jenn’s upcoming classes featuring the new Fall & Winter 2023 collection!
Click HERE to get all the details for these self-paced or in person classes!
And then don’t forget to Save the Date for the next Create with Us LIVE event on September 18th! You will find all the information to craft along with Jenn and Kelly HERE!
Joy’s amazing Halloween card combines Spooky Forest Backdrop, Full Moon and Cole’s ABCs Lawn Cuts die sets. She started with the backdrop cut from Storm Cloud cardstock. Then she cut all the other images from white cardstock to color with Distress Oxide inks.