Fawny Flickr Friday {4.10.15}

It’s Fawny Flickr Friday! Woohoo! We love seeing all of the cards and layouts popping up in the Flickr group. Make sure you keep adding your projects! You guys are amazing!

Have a sweet birthday card
by Heidi
(using Critters in the ‘Burbs, Admit One, Hats Off to You, Baked with Love)

by Catarina
(using Love You Tons, Year Four, Joy to the Woods, Year Two, Home Sweet Home)

Year five, stitched circles, hillside borders, violets abcs, stitched rectangles
by Lindsey
(using Year Five, Violet’s ABCs, Stitched Hillside Borders)

Lawn Fawn Gleeful Garden - 2

by Gendupuis22
(using Gleeful Gardens, Flirty Frames, Grassy Border, Stitched Hillside Borders)

Colourful Birthday
by Kate6296
(using Color My World, Jessie’s ABCs, Quinn’s ABCs)

Lawnscaping Challenge 103 : Dimension
by Lexa
(using Critters in the Jungle, Happy Birthday Border)

Lawn Fawn hippo birdie to you!
by Emma
(using Year Four, Stitched Circle Stackables, Let’s Polka)

Thank you all for sharing your wonderful talent with us! You guys are the best!

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

Gift Tags with Suzy!

We have a special treat for you today from our guest, Suzy! She has created a collection of gift tags that will make any gift package the cutest one in the bunch! We’ll let Suzy take it from here:

I love wrapping pretty presents, but I prefer my money to go to what’s on the inside rather than on the expensive gift cards. I was so excited when I recently discovered the Lawn Fawn Stamp sets and coordinating Tag, You’re It dies as I knew they would make perfect tags for all my gifts. I wanted to make a bunch in different colors and themes to have on have for future gifts.

Gift Tag collage

I started by stamping the tags in both sizes from the three tag stamp sets – Birthday Tags, Thank You Tags and Winter Gifts using my new Lawn Fawn inks. Once they were stamped, I die cut them with the two tag dies from Tag, You’re It.

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The next part was the most fun; decorating the tags! I used the three tag stamp sets but I also used many other Lawn Fawn stamp and die sets. Once they were all decorated I wrapped up some gifts!

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I attached sequins to each circle on the bag to dress it up a bit. I made this tag out of watercolor paper and painted it with Distress Inks. I used the Birthday Tags set for the tag edges, the banner and the sentiment. The larger cloud and heart balloon are from Hello Sunshine and the other cloud is from Into the Woods. The little hearts are from Happy Trails. I used Coral Lawn Trimmings as the balloon string and to tie the tag to the gift bag.

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I wrapped a small box in yellow paper and then stamped the little swirl design from the Birthday Tags set using Freshly Cut Grass ink. I tied the Lime Lawn Trimmings around the box twice and tied it in a bow on top. I stamped the smaller tag from the Winter Gifts set with the same ink before I die cut it. I used my favorite little bird from Let’s Play and the balloon and party hat from Year Two and Year Four stamp sets.

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I wanted to make a little bag for a gift certificate. I stamped the small stitched tag from the Thank You Tags set with Fake Tan ink. The turtle, balloon and party hat are from the Year Two and Year Four stamp sets. I finished it off with some Pink Lemonade cord tied in a bow.

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For this package, I used a clear bag with silver tinsel inside. I used the large tag die with the Birthday Tags stamp set and the Year Two and Year Four stamp sets. I stamped with Mermaid ink for the tag outline and Wild Rose and Black Licorice for the sentiment.
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I wrapped this package with Kraft paper with white polka dots. I glued a sequin to each polka dot. I die-cut the tag from embossed wood-grain card stock and didn’t use the tag stamps on it. I love how it looks so elegant without the stamping. I used the Stitched Hillside Borders for the green grass. I stamped the flower image with a very light pink ink so I could do no line Copic marker coloring.  I love how the pretty flower from Gleeful Gardens looks so classy without a border. I added it over a frame from Flirty Frames stamped with Wild Rose ink. The sentiment is from Thank You Tags.

I hope you enjoyed these gift tags! I love getting lots of use out of my stamps and dies and these sets will be used over and over!

Be sure to check out Suzy’s blog post HERE for lots more adorable tag ideas. You can also check out her Instagram account (suzyplant). Thank you so much, Suzy, for sharing your clever and adorable tags with us today!

Thank you so much for visiting!
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

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,