An Inspired Card for Mom by Elise!

Elise shares a super cute card for Mother’s Day. She saw this quote on Pinterest and was inspired to create a sweet card!

I love how Elise stamped the pretty Chevron Backdrops using a fun combo of Manatee, Merman and Fresh Lavender inks. The Stitched Journaling Card anchors the  custom sentiment, Scripty Friends die cut and the cute foxes from Mom + Me!

We are so happy for our friend, Elise, who just added an adorable baby boy to her family! Lots of love and happy wishes to you and your sweet family!

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Have an amazing day,

Lawn Fawn Intro: Flirty Frames + Scripty Sayings

Hello and welcome to the fourth post of Lawn Fawn’s Spring Release and Inspiration Week week! We are just so excited about this week! We are featuring 5 stamp sets and 6 dies, Let’s Polka, Mon Amie and our new ink, and we will have fun posts and giveaways and lots of inspiration! These products will be available on February 19th!
AND today’s post too! 🙂
Today is our showcase of Scripty Sayings and Flirty Frames and its coordinating dies!  The design team has made the most amazing samples!  We also have a video at the bottom showcasing some fun ways of using these products !
Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love! 🙂
I love how Nichol created scenes in all of the Flirty Frames! So clever!
Yainea’s idea to use the Scripty Sayings as Party Balloon strings is brilliant!
I love how Chari created a background with the Flirty Frames! So cool!
I love Tiffany’s background with Scripty Sayings. It’s so cute!
Kristin’s Gleeful Gardens scenes in the frames are so adorable! I love it!
Chari shows that the Scripty Sayings sentiments will go along with so many of our stamp sets, including Plus One!
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I love that Elena framed the Year Five otter to make him stand out even more. Brilliant!
I love Chari’s Scripty Sayings balloon string and the gorgeous simplicity of this card!
I love how Lynnette used Flirty Frames for a monogram. This is such a great idea!
Linda shows that Scripty Sayings is perfect for layouts, too! She also used our Happy Birthday Border die which goes with it so well!
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I love how Latisha layered the two frames over each other! Gorgeous!
Make sure you click on each of the design team’s names to go to their blogs and see the details of how they made their cards. You will walk away inspired for sure!
We will have our video up soon! Thanks for your patience!
I hope you have enjoyed this look at Scripty Sayings and Flirty Frames and its coordinating dies. Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us what your favorite kind of card to make is by February 18th at 5:00pm EDT, and we will randomly pick one winner for this stamp set! (If you already own this stamp set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Tuesday February 13th for our next inspiration week day!
Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration 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! 🙂    

New products available February 19th:
Flirty Frames stamps and dies
Scripty Sayings stamps
Let’s Polka, Mon Amie papers
Party Balloons dies
Lawn Fawndamentals Ink pads
Pint-sized Patterns papers
Gleeful Gardens stamps and dies
Year Five stamps and dies
Stitched Squares dies

Birthday Border die

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Have an amazing day,

Hello sweet girl by Kim

Kim created this super cute baby card using Hello Baby. I just love those splatters!
Some tips from Kim:
“I used a water brush to pick up the color from the lids of my Stampin’ Up! inkpads. If you’re not using Stampin’ Up! inkpads, press your inkpads against a non-stick craft mat to create a palette, then pick up the first color using just a bit of water to get the color flowing. Tap your brush against your finger to spatter it. Repeat with remaining colors. Tip: Use pastel colors for the spatters and bolder shades for the greeting, so it pops.”

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Kim also has some tips for creating girl versions of these cute cards she made:

Alternate ideas for girl versions of the chevron series:

1. Melon-colored chevrons — follow the boy version almost exactly, just swap out the frog for a bunny and different colored chevrons.
2. Use Belinda’s Borders to create a background, following the design of the boy version.

The variety of backgrounds available makes it so easy to customize a card for the new baby! Belinda’s creates a whimsical “Dr. Seuss” vibe while the spatters and chevrons are super trendy. You really can’t go wrong.

Thank you so much for these awesome cards and tips, Kim!

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Have an amazing day,