Mini Box Dioramas with Grace Featuring A Creature Was Stirring!

Grace has a special project to share with you today! She created 3 mini dioramas using our Fancy Box die set! These light-hearted little scenes feature mice from A Creature Was Stirring, Crazy Antics and You’re Just My Type!

To decorate the outside of these amazing little boxes, Grace created shaker elements! She combined Stitched Scalloped Circle Frames with For You from the new Shutter Card Add-On set. She filled the shakers with Chunky Glitter for lots of sparkle to complement the Let It Shine papers!

Grace die cut 2 Fancy Boxes for each diorama; one she used to create the box. She used the other one as the cover from which she removed the side flaps. She decorated the inside of the box as a background for the scene and cut a rectangle window from the lid. To help build dimension for the scene inside the box, Grace made cardstock spacers using the measurements in the photo above.

Once she built the tiny scenes inside the assembled boxes she added a Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frame to coordinate with the Let It Shine paper she used to make the box. For this one she combined Cream Sprinkle ‘n Shine with creamy shimmer cardstock.

To add even more shine, Grace embossed the Christmas greeting from Shutter Card Holiday Sayings with pretty gold embossing powder!

Grace used layers of foam adhesive and the cardstock spacers to fill these little dioramas with lots of action! The cute little mice are stirring up some yummy Christmas treats!

Grace filled in the scenes with fun images from Baked with Love!

Each little scene is a mini masterpiece! These definitely qualify as “keepers” to be cherished by the recipient and displayed for years to come!

These mini gems are the perfect size to tuck in a loved one’s Christmas stocking!

Thanks so much for sharing this clever and creative project with us today, Grace! Your Fancy Box mini dioramas are so amazing!

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Lynette’s Valentine Treat Box

We have a super fun event to tell you about that we think you will love! Our friends at Creative Escape Events have planned an amazing Southern California weekend in March just for Lawn Fawn fans! Meet and mingle with other Lawn Fawn-istas and make adorable Lawn Fawn cards in two different cardmaking classes! Then visit the Lawn Fawn warehouse, do some shopping and meet some Fawnies! It will be an unforgettable weekend! Click HERE to get all the details and sign up before this event fills up!

Our Fawnie friend, Lynette is back today with an adorable way to share some Valentine treats! She combined several sets to make a sweet Valentine themed box!

Lynette’s project starts with Fancy Box die cut from Paper Bag cardstock with an acetate window. She added a Tiny Tags heart with a greeting from How You Bean? Conversation Heart Add-On and a cute bird from Love Letters!

The outside of the box is decorated with sweet red Chili Pepper hearts from Heart Treat Box and it’s tied up with a Sweetheart cord bow!

I love how Lynette filled the inside with colorful Candy Hearts in the original conversation heart colors along with the pretty heart-shaped candies!

Thank you so much, Lynette for this super sweet inspiration! Who wouldn’t love to receive something this cute?

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25 Days of Christmas Tags with Lynette!

We have a fun little surprise for you guys for Black Friday. Make sure to be signed up for our newsletter to find out all about it at the end of the week!



Today we are happy to participate in Tracey McNeely’s 25 Days of Christmas Tags event! Be sure to visit her blog In My Creative Opinion for some awesome tag ideas by our Lawn Fawn and Lawn Fawnatics Design Teams!

Our Fawnie Lynette shares a special tag for us today! She used a favorite older stamp set, Making Frosty Friends and our Fancy Box to create a large tag with a special gift card holder on the back!

To make the tag base, Lynette die cut the Fancy Box from Chili Pepper cardstock and removed the side and bottom flaps. Then she layered Snowfall Backdrop cut from Mermaid cardstock over a panel of Pixie Dust Sparkle cardstock! She added a Stitched Hillside Border and Stitched Snowflakes also die cut from Pixie Dust Sparkle cardstock!

Our cute snowman from Making Frosty Friends is sporting a polka dot scarf and some Chunky Glitter to look like glistening snow! The sentiment from Let it Snow is white embossed on Chili Pepper cardstock!

To finish the back of the tag, Lynette added a Stitched Gift Card Pocket to make it easy to tuck a thoughtful gift inside! I love how she added the tiny snowflake to the corner!

Thank you so much for sharing this innovative and unique tag idea with us today, Lynette!
Now head over to Tracey’s blog for more great tag inspiration!

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