Lawn Fawn Intro: Rooting for You

Hello and welcome to Day 4 of Lawn Fawn’s Spring 2016 Inspiration and Release Week! We are just so excited about this week! We are featuring 5 stamp sets, 4 standalone dies, the Perfectly Plaid paper collection, cardstock, our new ink and reinkers along with our fabulous new Stamp Shammy!

These products will be available on February 18th! Until then we will have fun posts with design team projects, intro videos with Kelly and giveaways!

We already have four places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Our Fairy Friends and Stamp Shammy post!!
Our Loads of Fun and Stitched Frames post!!
Our Chirpy Chirp Chirp and Tote Bag post!!
AND today’s post too! πŸ™‚

Today is our showcase of Rooting for You and its coordinating dies! This 4″ x 6″ set is filled with super cute veggies and fun, punny sentiments! It’s our whimsical Lawn Fawn version of stamp layering! The design team has made the most amazing samples!
We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using this fun new set!

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 Elena added shading to her stamped beets on this fun card! Her custom sentiment with Milo’s ABCs is the perfect greeting for this lovely card! So cute!

Latisha‘s clean and simple design is beautiful! I love the bit of Butter ink blended on the card behind the popped up veggies! The vegetable names stamped in Black Licorice ink are a sweet detail!

I love how Melissa‘s brightly stamped vegetables pop on her pretty watercolor background!

I love that Nicole stamped clouds from an older set, Sunny Skies, for this sweet garden scene! The pretty Mermaid cardstock sky looks great with the kraft colored “ground” layer!

Chari‘s Goodie Bag is just too cute! I love the perfectly stamped detail layers over the solid veggie shapes. Those smiling “faces” and “cheeks” make me smile!

Jessica created an amazing shaker card! I love how the root veggies appear to be underground in the shaker window with the greens above getting a sprinkle of water! Such a clever design!

Lynnette‘s Rooting for You card is so sweet and cheerful! I love the soft color in the background and how she framed the tall panel with Let’s Polka in the Meadow and Perfectly Plaid papers! 

Yainea‘s adorable veggie garden scene includes a pretty white Picket Fence Border! I just love all those cute smiling carrots and radishes!

Nichol created a festive vegetable garden with colorful Rooting for You veggies! I love the fun water splattered Simple Stitched Hillside garden layers she tucked the veggies into!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Rooting for You in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or at our You Tube channel.


Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Rooting for You and its coordinating dies. Tomorrow we have more inspiration to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your favorite garden veggies to plant or eat by February 17th at 5:00pm EST, 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 16th for our next inspiration week post!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration and release 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! πŸ™‚

Rooting for You stamps and dies – available February 18th
Butter, Jalapeno, Carrot and Merman Ink Pads – available February 18th
Simple Stitched Hillside Borders – available February 18th
Everyday Sentiment Banners – available February 18th
Lawn Fawndamentals Cardstock – available February 18th
Let’s Polka in the Meadow paper collection – available February 18th
Perfectly Plaid paper collection – available February 18th

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

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343 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Rooting for You

  1. We don't have a big space for gardening, but we alwats plant basil in order to make our special homemade pesto! We love so much carrots and zucchini anyway…
    Really I can't say which card is my favorite…this set is in my wishlist!
    Cristina
    thehouseoftheblackbirds.blogspo.it

  2. I love the sentiments in this set, I'll eat any fruit or veg, my family always grew all of their own produce, and therefore for me so long as it is in season I love it all, food from your own garden always tastes so much better than food bought at the store

  3. My favorite veggies are cucumber and tomatoes =) My parents have this veggies (and others too) planted every year, im really blessed and happy to get some fresh and delicious veggies from them =)

  4. These are just so cute !!! I totally adore the shaker card !
    My favorite vegtables are little cherry tomatoes, I likt to combine them with mini-mozarella, I can eat that all day long πŸ™‚
    Greetz
    Margo

  5. Awesome projects!! We plant peppers and tomatoes in containers on our deck and are members of a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) pick-up where we get a variety of a lot more veggies!

  6. Anothere adorable set Kelly and I enjoy seeing your videos showcasing each component of your sets. Very helpful.
    Now that our kids are grown and out on their own our garden is smaller but we still grow beets, tomatoes & cucumbers every year. We all are big fans of pickled beets so I make between 50-70 quarts each year. Now that my Mom & MIL are no longer making them I give them theirs as well as a few others to treat them!
    BTW, BEFORE cutting apart anymore new die sets you should check out Amy Rysavy's video on how to use them with the MISTI. When you are going to cut multiple stamped images as you do for these videos you may find it helpful!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  7. I love planting leafy greens! Love being able to make a whole salad right from the garden! Also, this is such a great stamp set. It is so cute and there are so many possibilities for use. It can be easily combined with other sets and sentiments as well. Love a versatile stamp set.

  8. The more I see this set, the more I love it – definitely one to get! My favourite veggies to eat are parsnips, but to plant are tomatoes (mostly as they're the only thing I've managed to actually grow).

  9. Lovely veggies but this stamp set requires lots of various colors ink pads. Hopefully Lawn Fawn can come up with cubes ink soon as a more economical way for me! πŸ˜›

    If I have a garden for planting, my favorite garden veggies to plant would be lettuce and to eat would be broccoli!

  10. Cute design team samples. This stamp is so sweet. I like veggies for the most part but havn't had any luck with grow them here my soil is too poor. I think my favorites are peas, because they were my favorite to pick and shell.

  11. Carrots and parsnips are my favourites! Oh, I think the carrot stamp would make a lovely parsnip if you stamped it with the new butter ink! With maybe the lines stamped in Doe… I love all the possibilities of this stamp set!

  12. I'm so glad to see the video for this set, I didn't get it from just looking at the actual set, but this is so cute! My favorite thing from the garden is fresh tomatoes…are those a fruit? Anyway, have a great day!

  13. Oh – you brought a smile and tears today. This set reminds me of time spent with my grandma. She had an enormous veggie garden (half a football field size). I loved working in the garden with her and then she would have me sell vegetables at the end of their lane. My fav veggie is snapped green beans. Thanks for a happy memories morning!

  14. Eating carrots out of my great grandmas garden is one of my first and best memories! I still love them to this day.
    I LOVE rooting for you. I'm so glad to see the word WE'RE, now I can send cards from all of my family!

  15. Oh my word I just LOVE this garden set!! Perfect for my hubby who's a DIE-HARD gardener!! πŸ™‚ My favorite veggie to plant and eat by far is tomatoes!! We love to eat and we can so many of them every year!! πŸ™‚ YUM!

  16. Pumpkins are my favorite veggie to plant; I plant mini pumpkins, giant pumpkins, white pumpkins, sugar pumpkins, and carving pumpkins. Plus, Halloween is my favorite holiday and pumpkin pie is delicious!

  17. Omg these smiling veggies are the cutest! And I love puns so these sentiments are perfect! I'll pretty much eat any veggies, but if I had to pick a favorite… maybe carrots or corn on the cob.

  18. Another amazing new release!! This set so adorable. And so many possibilities!! Well I wish I had a garden but I don't so I my favorite veggies to eat are carrots. πŸ™‚

  19. So cute and adorable! Your cards are awesome! I don't plant a garden but I love to eat veggies – my favourites are carrots, brocolli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts! I don't think I've met a veggie I don't like!

  20. Snowing here but your post put me in the mood to browse seed catalogs. Won't be long and spring will be here πŸ™‚ Love to pick peas and tomatoes right from the garden, especially little orange tomatoes.

  21. Such a sweet set and awesome DT creations! We try and plant every year but the only veggies we have success with are cherry tomatoes. They sure are delicious though.

  22. I doesnt count as a veggie but I love the strawberries and grapes that I grow in my garden!
    I have to say; not a fan of the layering-stamp-trend, but I absolutely love this set!!

  23. I don't think I have a favorite vegetable (that would make the other veggies sad) but I do like a good carrot. I wasn't too excited about this set at first… But it's growing on me πŸ˜‰ I can dig it.

  24. Those beets are precious! My favourite veggies: tomatoes and carrots. I used to have a garden, which I absolutely loved; now that we live in a townhouse, we don't. My dream house will have garden space (where is that lottery win? *grin*)
    ~carol

  25. This is my FAVORITE of the new sets! I cannot wait to get my hands on this one! My fav veggies of the moment are brussels sprouts and radishes. Yum! πŸ™‚

  26. I just love sets that have puns. So cute! We plant lots of vegetables in the summer: tomatoes, green beans, red and green peppers, radishes, zucchini, etc. And we eat many more vegetables than we plant. Love spinach, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, celery and the list goes on. We try to eat very healthy as my DH had a heart attack last September. Doing well but trying to make sure it stays that way.

  27. I LOVE fresh veggies – home grown tomatoes are probably the best, but garden greens are pretty great too. It's fun to go outside and "pick your lunch". I also love beets and carrots. And zucchini! and broccoli, cauliflower and herbs. Yeah, pretty much all veggies. Such a cute set–I like how we can layer these! Thanks for the chances to win!

  28. OMGosh…I just LOVE these guys. So cute and made me smile BIG!!!
    My FAVE Garden Veggie is Parsnips. Pare, slice like coins, boil them up until tender and fry them in butter. Oh Yummmm…we don't eat potato's anymore, just parsnips. They are yummy just like all of the Inspiration Week treasures!!!!

  29. Omgosh, I love these little veggies.
    I love to eat peas right out of the garden and I always look forward to the green beans, tomatoes, & carrots being ready to harvest.

  30. My favorite home-grown yummy is tomatoes. Nothing like a fresh tomato straight from the garden! Next would be peas…love them, too! These guys have me hankering for my fresh home grown veggies!

  31. so so cute. love to make more than one at once too b/c it is easier when those supplies are out. We don't grow our own veggies, but I eat a large salad every day at work. have an upbeet day!

  32. We plant tomatoes, onions, peppers, cilantro, and more tomatoes…LOL. Everything you need to make yummy batches of salsa…with way enough left over for salad and still enough to give some veggies to friends…When Dad was still with us, we had a huge garden with all of this plus carrots, potatoes, spinach, lettuce, turnips, melons, cucumbers…and on and on…whew…it was his hobby and I helped.

  33. I think this is my favorite of the new release stamp sets. I love the adorable veggie images and the fun sentiments! Just darling! My favorite garden fresh veggies are carrots. They taste so much better when they are home grown.

  34. I love this punny set! One of my favorite things about Lawn Fawn is the puns! I don't have a green thumb, but I'm able to grow green onions and cilantro…my two favorite things to put in almost all my cooking. Can't wait for the 18th to arrive!!!

  35. Garden veggies for eating are not really my thing- I need to get better at it! If I have to eat some, I go with carrots, broccoli, and asparagus. I do like growing peppers and tomatoes, wish I had space to grow pumpkins.

  36. Who wouldda thunk veggies could be so FUN?!! : ) Love the rooting for you sentiment and that shaker with the roots peeking through (is there a MOLE stamp?!! Hint Hint!)
    I love picking and eating fresh asparagus when I visit my aunt up north. Not much grows on my condo porch in FL.

  37. As a vegetarian there isn't a veggie I don't like. My favorite recently is cauliflower. I roast them in a light soy sauce based marinade and they are a hit even with folks who don't like veggies! πŸ™‚

  38. I am over the moon with all of the cards today that feature "beet" sentiments. My mother loves them and force fed them to us as kids, so they have turned into a family joke. She has an amazing garden and I am always stealing her tomatoes. But I would love to try growing mini bell peppers.

  39. I love growing green beans and cucumbers, but I have to work on a way to keep the ground squirrels from eating them. I also love to grow zucchini and little pumpkins, spaghetti squash, salsa peppers and arugula. I grow lots of tomatoes too, but they are fruit! I had success with beets in the past, have never tried growing turnips and could never get a decent carrot or radish. I love parsnips, but I suppose I would have about as much success as carrots if I tried them. I also grow every herb under the sun. Hey…herbs would make a dandy Lawn Fawn stamp set.

  40. My fav is BIG Beef stake tomatoes-eat them right out fo the garden with a little salt-YUMMIE
    How creative to make a set of veggies so cute!
    diane

  41. I'm not a good grown-up… I struggle with loving the veggies. Carrots? LOVE the new set. How could you NOT have an "upbeet" day with a cute card like that?

  42. Last year my husband and I grew blueberries, Roma tomatoes and 19 varieties of peppers ranging from mild to super hot. I can't wait to use the beet stamp for a "my heart beets for you " sentiment.

  43. SO CUTE and SO TASTY too!!!
    Oh, I LOVE my vegies, especially eating them, it's hard to choose between roasted parsnip and sweet, crunchy, raw carrots … think it would have to be carrots, because they are an all-year snack, parsnips are a now & then treat πŸ™‚

  44. This is my favorite new release! My favorite veggie… that's a difficult one! I love to eat all sorts of veggies. Carrots, artichokes, cucumbers, tomatoes (technically a fruit, but oh well).

  45. oh my those veggies are soooo cute <3
    I love tomatoes, and I plant them every year in all shades and forms – just love them, especially the small ones, they are so sweet and delicious.

  46. Oh my goodness, this SS is most adorable!!! I loooove those veggies πŸ™‚ and those sayings are fantastic! Don't actually have a favorite veg as I like lots of them. We try gardening every year, but it's challenging with our climate and soil. Though I love tomatoes, carrots, green beans, peppers and squash

  47. I follow my father's footsteps; he always had a HUGE garden on his farm and grew everything you can think of. We have limited space for our garden, but manage to grow a lot and have quite a variety. I like all veggies. Cute stamps/ideas.

  48. This is so yummy! Since my garden is about finished with my winter veggies, its 70 in North Texas this wee, I am getting prepped for spring beds. These stamps will be great fun to honor my own veggies on paper!

  49. SQUEAL!! This is just the SWEETEST Set ever!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE ALL of the Images and the FUN Detail options that you have with this Set!! HANKS SO MUCH for sharing ALL o the AMAZING Inspiration!! Have a FABULOUS RELEASE WEEK!! =) Our FAVORITE Veggies to Plant are Tomatoes, Squash, Spinach and Onions!! We ALWAYS Plant a LARGE Garden and it REALLY makes it FUN to watch my boys ENJOY the Process of Growing and Eating their own Veggies!! I have NOTICED it makes a HUGE difference on their willingness to TRY and to EAT more Veggies as well and think that if more kids were involved with the Process they too would ENJOY them MORE!!?? THANKS for the FUN!! =)

  50. Seeing Kelly's card with the carrots (especially the super happy one) makes me love this set even more!!! Also the perfect excuse to finally buy ink pads!
    My favorite veggies are also carrots, and sweet potato!

  51. It's easier for me to say what veggie I don't like. Celery… it's not my favorite. πŸ™‚ I ADORE broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, really, almost any other vegetable. πŸ™‚

  52. This set is super cute too! My favorite veggie is a toss up between tomatoes and carrots! After watching this video, I MUST have that Misti tool you've been using, and I want to throw out all my ink pads and start over with yours! πŸ™‚

  53. For garden veggie, I would have to say tomatoes. I still remember picking some from my uncle's garden and munching on them in the back yard. Though generally, I don't like the stuff in the supermarkets, so I typically like carrots/potatoes the best.

  54. Kale, I just started gardening 3 years ago and found Kale to be so easy to grow. I had no idea it comes back yearly, and lasts until it snows. It's crazy good so fresh. We use it in everything. My second favorite is carrots.
    What a cute set!

  55. These veggies are so adorable! In our house I don't do the planting as I luckily have a very talented gardner in the house. My favourite plants for him to plant are tomatoes without a doubt.

  56. Oh goodness, there it is! My fave set of this release, which is saying A LOT bc I love them all, big time! πŸ™‚ My fave vege to plant and eat is Tomatoes, bc nothing beats a homegrown tomato! However, my favorite vege to pick: Carrots! How fun are they to PULL up! πŸ™‚ teehee. Cutest cards today!! πŸ™‚

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