Hello friends! Welcome to another special Fawny Holiday Week! We will be sharing inspiring holiday projects by our amazing Fawny family of designers along with videos and daily giveaways! Comment below for a chance to win a stamp set with coordinating dies and a 6×6 paper pad of your choice!
We have another fantastic video for you today! Marine shares festive shaker gift tags featuring the adorable snowmen of Making Frosty Friends! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.
Thank you so much for watching!
Marine shows how to create these beautifully festive tags or ornaments in an assembly line style. Be sure to watch the video tutorial for all the how-tos!
The adorable Making Frosty Friends set has been a holiday and winter favorite since it first released in 2011! Marine paired her sweet snowmen with a speech bubble and greeting from Say What? Christmas Critters!
It’s time to “bee” merry! Megan cleverly used summer products to create a bee themed Christmas card! She started with Let it Shine Red Sprinkle ‘n Shine paper for the Scalloped Slimline panel. Then she added Magic Iris Beehive Add-On and a cute Tiny Gift Box Bee Add-On wearing a Santa hat!
Next Megan holiday greenery using Christmas Garland and Magic Iris Holly Wreath Add-On! The red bow and berries look so festive! Finally, she created the punny greeting by adding an extra “e” to Scripty Be and spelling out “merry” with Henry’s ABCs!
Franci‘s snow globe shaped card features another beloved older set! Winter Bunny is the first in our series of cute winter critters mini sets! With her scarf flying behind her she is having so much fun sledding down a frosty hill! For the snow globe shape, Franci used Ready Set Snow Shaker Add-On!
Jessica‘s brilliant packaging is a special way to share gifts over the eight days of Hanukkah! She altered the Candy Box, closing one end so the boxes will stand up. Then she added a Tiny Tag labeled with Henry’s 123s.
Next, she created a flat box that is 3.5″ x 6.5″ to hold the candy and small treat filled boxes. Then she decorated a panel of cardstock with a glittery Giant Happy Hanukkah and a gold-embossed menorah from Love You a Latke!
I love how Jessica combined blue patterned papers from a variety of paper collections!
Elena‘s elegant poinsettia-themed Christmas card starts with a stenciled poinsettia background. Then she added tiny die cut poinsettias from Magic Iris Holly Wreath Add-On and foliage from Holly Leaves Border! I love how she used a Stitched Scalloped Rectangle to frame the panel of vellum! It’s so pretty and softens the busy background a bit so the Oliver’s Stitched ABCs greeting stands out.
This is another design that can easily be created assembly line style. Create all the stenciled panels, and die cut the scalloped frames, adding the vellum. Then die cut the letters, poinsettias and holly leaves. All the elements will then be ready to assemble into beautiful holiday cards!
I hope you have enjoyed this fun look at some of our Holiday and Winter sets. Tomorrow, we will have another fun Fawny Holiday celebration but for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment sharing a crafty holiday project or gift you are working on by November 17th at 5:00PM ET. We will randomly pick one winner for a stamp/coordinating dies set plus a 6×6 paper pad of their choice! If you post about our Fawny Holiday Week on social media, leave another comment for a second chance to win!
Make sure to come back tomorrow, Wednesday, November 15 for our next Fawny Holiday Week post! We hope you guys love this week!
Thanks so much for visiting, have an amazing day!