Grace used 4cm. plastic fillable ornaments to create her cute gumball machine tag! She started with a Snow Globe Gift Tag, adding fun “candy” to fill the globe! I love her creativity to use the tag hanger upside down to resemble the gumball machine dispenser. So clever!
Hello everyone! We hope you have been enjoying this special Fawny Holiday Week! We’ve been sharing inspiring holiday projects by our amazing Fawny family of designers along with videos and daily giveaways! Be sure to check out any posts you have missed and comment for a chance to win a stamp set with coordinating dies plus a 6×6 paper of your choice!
We have a fun collaboration for our Day 5 video! I worked with Rebecca to create a remake of Grace’s amazing Build-A-Snowman snow globe tag! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.
To learn about how to heat set die cuts onto fabric you can search for videos on YouTube. Melissa shares a tip that helped her: remove the vinyl from the transfer sheet before die cutting it as usual. Then put it back on the transfer sheet before weeding and heat-pressing it onto the shirt.
I hope you have enjoyed this fun look at some of our Holiday and Winter sets. Tomorrow, we will announce the Fawny Holiday Week winners, but for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your favorite thing about this time of the yearby TODAY November 18th 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!
We hope you have been inspired by our wonderful designers this week!
Thank you so much for visiting, have an amazing day!
Happy Friday Friends! It’s time for another Featured Fawny Friday! We searched for fresh inspiration and found some awesome projects to share!
We love seeing all of your amazing cards and crafty projects on Instagram and Flickr! And, we can’t wait to share them! So if you use #lawnfawn on your projects at Instagram, enter a Lawn Fawnatics challenge, or add them to our Flickr group, you just may find yourself featured on the Lawn Fawn blog!
Thank you so much all for sharing your wonderful talent with us. You guys are the best! We will be looking for your Lawn Fawn projects at our Flickr group, at Lawn Fawnatics and on Instagram (be sure to use #lawnfawn). We can’t wait to see more of your awesome creativity!