Lawn Fawn Intro: Flower Garden Backdrop

Hello and welcome to March Inspiration Week! Our Spring 2024 Release with 13 new stamp sets and coordinating dies along with 19 new standalone die sets, new paper collection, and all of our exciting new products are now available at your favorite store and at! And this week we will continue to highlight these new products with design team projects, intro videos, and giveaways!

Daily Giveaway

We already have six places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Stitched Garden Veggies & Stitched Root Veggies post!
Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-On post!
Ta-Da! Diorama! Butterfly Window Add-On post!
Watering Can & Lovely Lily of the Valley post!
Platform Pop-Up Picket Fence Wrap Around & Hay There, Hayrides Bunny Add-On post!
AND today’s post too!


Today is our showcase of Flower Garden Backdrop! Create a lush flower garden backdrop for your cards! Decorate with the included flower stems, flower tops, butterfly, and leaves to make a gorgeous card to celebrate Spring!

Design Team Inspiration

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

Our little Garden Snail is so cute delivering the mail under a beautiful Flower Garden Backdrop canopy! Grace combined patterned papers to create this whimsical scene framed by the pretty flowers. Then she finished the card with a sweet message from Gleeful Gardens!

Oh, my goodness, I love Elena‘s Mother’s Day card so much! The cheerful green shades are so lovely! She used Giant Happy Mother’s Day along with a sweet fox from Foxy Family. The pretty daisies from Spring Flowers Backdrop look so perfect with this new Flower Garden Backdrop!

Marine got so creative, using the Flower Garden Backdrop in an underwater scene! The fun images from Ocean Shell-fie look so cute sending lots of love!

Elise‘s thank you card is so simply beautiful! She cut the Flower Garden Backdrop from Fairy Godmother Rainbow Ever After paper, then she layered it over more of the pretty paper. The tone-on-tone look is so lovely! Then she added her message using Scripty Thanks in Rose Gold Metallic and Henry’s Build-A-Sentiment: Spring!

Tammy framed the cute Kanga-rrific critters with colorful flowers! She included a sweet greeting, also from Kanga-rrific to send a gorgeous Mother’s Day card!

Latisha used bold colors on her Flower Garden Backdrop leaves and flowers! They look so great with the simple kraft Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frame and Scripty Hello! I love the Rainbow Ever After striped paper in the background, so pretty!

Grace created a scene that is so magical by combining Flower Garden Backdrop with Build-A-Castle! The soft pastel colors and Henry’s Build-A-Sentiment: Spring messages on Fancy Wavy Banners complete this perfect wedding card!

The glow from Mindy‘s Happy Mushrooms scene is even more ethereal framed with the silhouette of Flower Garden Backdrop! She added a sweet greeting from Happy Happy Happy as the perfect finish!

Audrey inked her Flower Garden Backdrop leaving some parts white and other parts darker creating a look that is so special and unique! To create the perfect Mother’s Day card, she combined Rainbow Ever After papers with Giant Happy Mother’s Day!

This gorgeous design by Grace shows how the Flower Garden Backdrop can have so many different looks! She trimmed the leaves and flowers from one side and then placed it on its side, before using it to frame the gorgeous Build-A-Greenhouse!

Intro Video

Now, I have a video to introduce Flower Garden Backdrop! We will share some great ideas while creating four cards to inspire you. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

Giveaway Time

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Flower Garden Backdrop! Tomorrow we will have another fun set to show you! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us how you would use Flower Garden Backdrop by March 20th at 5:00pm ET. 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, Wednesday, March 20th for our next inspiration week post!

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253 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Flower Garden Backdrop

  1. I love the example with the greenhouse die – the colors are so beautiful. I would like to copy that idea!

  2. I would use the new backdrop for lovely Spring Flower cards. It is such a beautiful backdrop – great for any themed cards.

  3. The creative team knocked it out of the park, so many different looks with this. I would love to add this to my collection for birthday, Easter, spring and Mother’s Day cards.

  4. I will likely case a few cards that we see here and then it will inspire me to create my own card! Takes me a while sometimes!

  5. I just want to try everything with it!! Keep it simple by framing a sentiment, using it for an underwater scene, definitely want to try it with the Build-A-Greenhouse die (absolutely LOVE that die!)… And I want to try it for every occasion too!!

  6. I think I will start by using my little fox mom and baby die and make a Mother’s Day card and then I will try some versions of these great cards. I want to try inking them up etc. thankfully I got this one in the mail for my birthday.

  7. I would replicate our greenhouse we have 8n our backyard which has lettuce (buttercrunch bib & oak leak) growing in it. We had some of the lettuce in a salad yesterday. The lettuce likes the cooler temps of Spring here in N TX.

  8. I wasn’t immediately sold on this backdrop, but these inspirational cards have convinced me! It would be perfect for practically any card sent during the spring/summer part of the year, from Easter to late summer birthdays. 🌷

  9. The design team gave so many great ideas, it’s hard to come up with a new one. I would use it for a variety of different cards. When I see it cut out of black, I think it would be cool to use for a Halloween card.

  10. I would use the inspiration and create birthday cards. I send a lot of them each month and this would be a fun background to use.

  11. I bought this one after seeing how it could be used for an under water scene or spring/summer but the all black with mushroom card is so beautiful, I cannot wait to recreate it.

  12. So many options but the first thing I thought of was a Wedding card or a jungle card critters to swing from.

  13. Such adorable inspo! I love the ideas with the underwater scenes. I think using it to make wedding/valentines day cards would be fun!

  14. I would use it for my friend’s birthday card.
    She loves working in her flower bed.
    Gorgeous design.

  15. I’d use it with the happy couples critters to make a wedding card. It’s a great backdrop because it can be used for so many kinds of cards.

  16. Honestly! First I am going to scraplift these beautiful cards and then play with my own ideas. These are all gorgeous💚💚💚💕

  17. I love the idea of using the flower backdrop for an underwater scene. I think that’s what I would try first.

  18. I think I would see if I could do a couple layers of the backdrop with mixed florals and then add a larger sentiment in the center.

  19. Ooh this flower backdrop is gorgeous!! 😍😍
    Would love to use this for my porcupine stamp set or the elephant parade stamp set! So pretty!!! Love it!

  20. I love the new backdrop used under the sea! But I think I’d try it first with a jungle scene with Toucan Do It!

  21. I think for a mother’s day card or birthday card is where I would first use this backdrop.
    So many wonderful ideas from inspo week, luvin’ it

  22. I loved the flower garden backdrop with the mermaid, and the landscape cards also. I’ll have to try them all!!

  23. I love the flower garden backdrop. Think I’d use it with one of my favorite sets, which is gleeful gardens. And the gnomes.

  24. I would use the backdrop to try to create the view from my craft room window! The trees are starting to bloom and the backdrop would be great for my “window”.

  25. I would use it for everything! It’s so pretty! Probably the first thing I’d make would be some kind of secret garden scene or a tea party.

  26. I think it would great for mother’s day or easter cards, but honestly, I’d probably use it for a lot of different things!

  27. I love this flower backdrop and I don’t remember seeing it in the original release! I especially love how Grace used a corner of it to frame the greenhouse. I would probably do something similar and use it all the time. Happy spring! 🌷

  28. I would use it to make some invitations to a backyard tea for my female family members.
    I LOVE the Snail Mail Mail Snail!!!!!

  29. I would make birthday, mother’s day, wedding, thank you, Easter cards, etc. The possibilities are endless.

  30. I think if you have shown us anything in this post it is that you can use the Flower Garden background for anything. I was thinking of using it with the fairy house so it is like you are looking through the flower to find the fairies

  31. This backdrop is perfect for year round, but especially with Mother’s Day coming up, it would be great for that!!

  32. I think it would nice Easter, Spring cards. Birthday, Anniversary, wedding just about anything you can think of.

  33. I would use this backdrop on birthday cards for people of all ages. I could be fun to put the backdrop upside down and hang a stamped pinata on it.

  34. I love this one for simple statements like Thanks and Hello. It would also make for a beautiful Mother’s Day card or a Sympathy card. Pretty much any of the giant sentiments would go beautifully in this one.

  35. Looks like this backdrop can be used for many different things all year round! Think I would like to use it with all the LF strawberry cuteness! Could make the flowers around the backdrop look like white strawberry flowers.

  36. I love that the pieces for extra blooms and leaves help create different colored panels depending on your project, but I also liked the backdrop left black.

  37. I would cut out the individual flowers and use them to add blooms to a cactus bouquet for the watering can, build-a-barrel, the fruit basket, or inside a snow globe.

  38. There are so many options. I love this type of backgrounds because they are so versitile. I think a great fall scene would be useful.

  39. I like the way Chari used the die to make an underwater scene. I would use the die to that too since I have a lot of LF underwater stamps.

  40. This beautiful die seems to impart a sense of intimacy. I would like to reveal my LF woodland animals bouncing on a trampoline (High Five?). Just like we are watching them through the hedge. Or, my cephalopods taking center stage. (Ocean Shelfies?)

    I’d also use this die to frame get well and sympathy cards. The flowers are sweet without being cloying.

  41. I really love the look of an underwater scene, but I would use
    it for any occasion/scene possible! Endless!!

  42. I LOVE how easily the backdrop builds a card! Especially with the Happy Mother’s Day die! Especially for this card lady who makes cards every month for the shut ins at church! I NEED this in my life!

  43. I’d use it with the little squirrels for a woodsy scene or the tea party like you are peaking through a bush.

  44. I would use this amazing die for my day planner! This would be great to welcome today as the first day of Spring!

  45. I can see myself using this background die to create underwater scenes.
    I’m going to make a 37th Anniversary card for my husband. Thanks,
    Lawn Fawn – Chari & Marine for video showcasing their cards.

  46. The flower garden backdrop is so beautiful. I might use it by itself or add some bees and butterflies with a sentiment.

  47. I was really inspired by Chari’s card where she used the Flower Garden Backdrop under the sea. I love the versatility of Lawn Fawns stamps & dies. I would make a scene card that is in the ocean…w/ submarine, shark, fishes, octopus & a mermaid waving to the little person & cat looking out the porthole window. I would put the Flower Garden Backdrop upside down, like Chari did, & use the new Lime Green glitter cardstock in the same way Chari did.

  48. I can imagine using it to make a Secret Garden card. Adding a second layer to thicken the leaves and vines, and peering through leaves and flowers to see a sweet little scene of a bunny sitting among rocks and plants.

  49. I love the flower garden backdrop! Such beautiful cards!
    I’d use the die for a garden scene with the squirrels and sunflowers!

  50. I LOVE the palettes that all of the designers use. I would use this backdrop to send friendship cards to wish my friends a happy spring!

  51. First choice would be to create a card with it for all my gardening friends-“just because” cards.

  52. The examples are great. I’d used it to make a pumpkin patch, under the sea, around a castle, and I’d try to male it work for Christmas.

  53. I am designing a Mother’s Day card for my niece, who is due with her first baby at the end of April. These would be a lovely addition to that card.

  54. This Flower Garden Backdrop is so cute. I see using this year-round, changing up the flower colors to build little scenes with different critters. I adore the Snail Mail card.

  55. I already used this die as a frame around an image – and I love that you can use it with the flowers at the bottom but also along the top of a card like cascading flowers. Also a huge thanks for the intro video – I so didn’t realize the individual leaves fit behind the ones cut in the frame! Can’t wait to try that!

  56. I would use the flower garden backdrop to make a card for my mom for Mother’s Day. She LOVES to garden so this would be a great one to design for her!

  57. I can’t wait till pay day now LOL I want to use the Flower Garden Backdrop like Chari did for an underwater scene! So fun!

  58. I’d like to do a tropical rainforest kind of vibe by having the flowers hang down. Maybe use bright colors for blooms and have leopard or toucans in the scene.

  59. I really like how it was used as sea weed in the mermaid card. I think I would have fun makeing fishy cards with it.

  60. I love flowers and incorporate them as often as possible… I see working this into birthday, thinking of you and just because cards first!

  61. I don’t have a solid plan for Flower Garden Backdrop, but surely I feel that there is going to have to be a gnome involved. How about a gnome with a magnifying glass following a slug trail?

  62. Wow—it’s cute with and without the flower blossoms. I think I’d frame some tulips with it for a Mother’s Day card. 🙂

  63. I would use this backdrop for cute spring cards. I want to make a Mother’s Day card using it! I think that would be so cute!!

  64. Gosh! So many uses! I’m not sure how my first one would be displayed yet. Spring time is sooooo busy for card needs!

  65. The cards created by the Designers are wonderful and are great at showing the versatility of the Flower Backdrop die. I never would have Thor the underwater scenes. This die makes a wonderful frame for so many types of cards.

  66. I liked Mindy’s idea of a black, shadowy, leafy background so I think I’d like to try a card using it that way.

  67. I’m going to use it to make frames for my daughter’s wedding pictures, the outdoor shots will be beautiful with the flower border.

  68. The Flower Garden Backdrop is great for all kinds of occasions, especially spring, Easter, Mother’s Day.

  69. This Flower Garden Backdrop is awesome! I would use it for different type of cards, like birthday cards, thank you cards, etc

  70. The design team have done an absolutely stellar job showcasing how versatile and awesome this die truly is!😄

  71. The design team knocked this one out of the park! Lots of creativity. I love how you can use this in the front or back of your scene to change the depth. This would be great used on a tunnel card.

  72. I would use the flower backdrop with the greenhouse and for beautiful birthday and wedding cards. Such a great week of inspiration! Thanks LawnFawn!

  73. Super cute cards today! I love the new backdrop and there’s so many ideas, I’m not sure what I would do first!

  74. I think it would be superb for any card of a floral nature, no pun intended. I also might use it w/ the big strawberry die or with the mice to make a cute scene. I think its uses could be close to infinite and the DT has absolutely crushed it in the examples shown here!
    Lori S in PA

  75. I would want to try out to frame a photo with this, I bet it looks so cool in a photo album or as a gift! And I would craft cards with it of course 😀

  76. I would use the border on making my own version of the snail mail card. Will be buying the snail right away!

  77. I love cherry blossoms, so I think I would make a scene where there are cherry blossoms blowing off the trees.

  78. I would use the floral backdrop for cards with flowers or a gardening theme. I would also use it for tropical themed cards.

  79. On a cheerful spring or summer card for any occasion. However, I love how one of the designers flipped it on it’s side (horizontally) and used it with the greenhouse. So versatile!

  80. On a spring card is obvious and fun; I’d love to do one with creepy dark colors to feature my bat stamps in a haunted garden.

  81. I love all the cards presented for inspiration. It would be perfect for Mother’s day cards, wedding cards, and a shaker garden card

  82. The Flower Garden Backdrop is so Beautiful! I could see using it for a multitude of different card designs. Awesome job on all of the creations all of you have done!

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